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AP and PRU TAs with Sports Coaching Experience required

  • Location: Nottingham
  • Start date: 13 Feb 2017
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE10863918
  • Branch: Nottingham
  • Consultant: Ben Thornhill
  • Call: 0115 853 2170
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Job description
A pupil referral unit in Nottingham has a requirement Learning Support Assistant with experience of sports coaching. The school caters for approximately 75 pupils with learning difficulties enabling all pupils to access specialist teaching and state of the art facilities.

As a Learning Support Assistant/Sports Coach in the special school you will be well supported by Teaching staff and other teaching assistants. You will be actively involved in classroom based learning in addition to supporting PE Teaching staff with coordinating and delivering a variety of sports lessons across the school. As part of the support team you will find yourself working in classroom, outdoor and external learning environments. You will actively engage with pupils to ensure that their development and access to learning and sport is of the highest standard.

Applications are welcome from candidates that are able to demonstrate experience working with children and young people in education, residential or sports club settings. You will ideally have some experience of supporting children and young people with addition needs or behavioural difficulties.

This is an excellent job opportunity offering 5 days a week supporting a small group of pupils. You will have access to the school facilities and be encouraged to play a part in the wider school community. The school have a fantastic reputation for welcoming supply staff and making them feel a part of success of the school and its pupils.
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