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Learning Support Assistant

  • Location: Chessington
  • Start date: 17 Jun 2019
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE11157647
  • Branch: London SEND South Central
  • Consultant: Preeti Kahlon
  • Call: 02032 197745
Job description
The school are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and highly motivated Teaching Assistant to join their very successful team as soon as possible (pending DBS clearance/notice period) to support the needs of their expanding SEN school. The students all suffer from varying level of ASD and SEMH. Each student will have an individual care plan that you will have to follow and report back on.
We are looking for a person who is confident supporting students with challenging behaviour in all key stage levels. The role is based in a lovely school around the quiet Chessington area. Situated between both Chessington North and South stations. If you have a genuine interest in entering the teaching profession, then this will be a perfect place to start your career.
As part of their team, you will be responsible for the progress and wellbeing of the pupil. The successful candidate will be a resilient, enthusiastic and committed teaching assistant.

The Role
-5 days a week, term time only.
-8:30am - 3:30pm
-Based in Chessington
-Working 1:1 with pupils who have challenging behaviour

Requirements
-Be hard working
-Be willing to help and inspire
-Be enthusiastic
-Minimum 1 years of experience working with autism and challenging behaviour
-Have excellent communication skills
-Confident with the SEN code of practice
-Experience of supporting pupils of a Primary or Secondary age

In return you will receive
-Professional support from our team of experienced consultants
-Competitive pay
-Opportunities to progress your career
-A personal consultant who will stay in touch throughout your placement
-CPD (continual professional development)

This role is a fantastic opportunity for anyone in the surrounding area. If you're interested in the role then please send your CV and cover letter to matthew.lassiter@protocol-education.com



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