SEN Learning Support Assistant Required for Reception Class in a 'good' school in Warwickshire
- Competitive Rates of Daily Pay
- Consultant that tailors work around your needs
- Helping Students access the curriculum
You will have previous experience supporting pupils within a SEN or Mainstream setting with SEMH (social, emotional, mental health issues). You will be able to provide one to one support and be flexible in changing your style of care, support and focus to adapt to each situation and individual pupil you are allocated. Previous skills, courses and qualifications in behaviour management, positive handling or team teach would be advantageous but not essential.
A two form entry school in Warwickshire with excellent facilities. A recent change in senior leadership has lead to more focus on behaviour and the school is making positive changes to support pupils that need additional help accessing the national curriculum. The school is situated within good distance of main routes from the M40 and is within a good area for public transport.
Teaching personnel are dedicated to providing school with quality candidates. We expect all registered staff to provide a 6 year career history and references from their most recent employer. A DBS will be required that is registered to the update service - assistance can be provided with this.
Join Teaching Personnel to benefit from our CPD academy providing;
NSPCC - NSPCC Child Protection Awareness in Education
Team-Teach – Accredited Team Teach
Autism Education Trust - Level 1 Autism Awareness Training
Ruth Miskin - Read, Write Inc Phonics Training
NASEN - An Introduction to Special Educational Needs and Disability Effective Adult Learning Support, Implications for Challenging Behaviour, Meeting the Emotional, Social and Mental Health Needs of Children and Young People
How to apply:
Click 'apply' to send your details over to the midlands team. It would be beneficial to send your CV and reason of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org and/or call 02476 239009