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KS3 Learning Support Assistant

  • Location: Leicester
  • Start date: 20 Aug 2018
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE11048519
  • Branch: Leicester
  • Consultant: Jed Downing
  • Call: 0116 216 2122
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Job description
Protocol Education are currently working with a large SEND school to provide a KS3 Learning Support Assistant with complex needs experience to start at the end of August with a view to staying with the school until the Christmas break in the first instance.

The school caters to students aged 4 - 19 and covers everything from challenging behaviour to very complex medical needs. The role itself would be working with the same class until Christmas, with an immediate start and has the potential to continue into the next academic year for the right candidate. You will get the opportunity to watch the students in your care grow and achieve goals and their personal targets. This role would suit a candidate that is passionate about helping students grow, achieve goals and allow them the platform to succeed after school/ college despite any barriers they might have to overcome.

The ideal candidate will have the following;

Experience in supporting students with complex needs
Experience working within an SEND school
Experience supporting students that can show challenging behaviours
Team Teach training

If you do not have any of the above please do still apply as we would like to hear from you.

All candidates MUST have the below;

A willingness to have a positive impact on students and help to create a positive learning environment
An engaging personality
The ability to adapt to whatever challenges you may face

To apply for this role please send your CV in response to this advert to Jed Downing, or alternatively call Jed on 01162 162 122.
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