Psychology Graduate required: SEN Teaching Assistant

Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
Lancashire
Salary
55.00 - 65.00 GBP Daily + Excellent salary and package
Posted
29 Nov 2016
Closes
27 Dec 2016
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time
Psychology Graduate required: SEN Teaching Assistant / Learning Support Assistant

We are excited to be able to offer this integral Primary Learning Support Assistant role at a Liverpool school in Liverpool with an unprecedented level of responsibility and development.

Are you thinking about training to become a teacher in the future? Or are you in need of a year's experience working with children to become an educational psychologist?

***Primary Learning Support Assistant at an accessible primary school
***Liverpool
***Excellent salary and package
***Long Term/Interim, Full-Time position starting immediately
***Starting ASAP
***Teacher training programme available - Premier Pathways

Person Specification - Psychology Graduate required: SEN Teaching Assistant
The successful applicant will be an imaginative graduate who has a good understanding of how to work with children based on experience gained from a similar role and earned a second class degree or better. We want to meet graduates who can relay information clearly and bring a positive attitude to the classroom. Your portfolio will include an unflappable energy and enthusiasm and an empathy for children with SEN. You will arrive with the skill to quickly build bonds and an empathetic approach. You will be using the knowledge gained from you psychology degree in a classroom environment.

About the Role - Psychology Graduate required: SEN Teaching Assistant
In this Primary Learning Support Assistant post you will be joining the school in a general role, not assigned to any particular class or department. This Primary Learning Support Assistant position involves assisting the general lesson by taking pupils for more focused individual sessions. This Primary Learning Support Assistant position involves working under the charge of a resolute SENCO who is your designated mentor. Part of your role will include preparing the classroom for the upcoming lesson by ensuring all resources required are available to use. Your responsibilities will include striving to improve your skills and knowledge from your first day and the school will offer first class support in this area through its well established and successful CPD sessions. This is a school who pride themselves on providing high quality support and assistance to all teaching staff whilst still giving you enough creative freedom to deliver your lessons in your own unique style. Soft play areas will be made available to you whenever you need it, this is a great chance for you to learn the best way to use them to benefit of your lessons. You will be working with children on a 1:1 basis or small groups.

The School
This inclusive primary school, found in Liverpool, is easily accessible from a wide range of regular and reliable public transport including excellent connections to all local motorways.. This school is one of the most popular in the area. It enjoys excellent facilities (outdoor learning space) and is extremely well-connected to the community. The school specialises in providing a non-selective, fair, and inclusive education and so the proportion of students with SEN requirements is higher than normal. It encourages imagination and creativity and is a GOOD and ever improving facility.

This well-equipped primary school provides an excellent induction programme and can provide the new starter with all the support they need to truly enjoy their new position. To become a key part of this Liverpool school as a Primary Learning Support Assistant, send us your application now. Click 'Apply now' and send your CV to Emma Hallworth at EduStaff..

Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted