Learning Support Practitioner

Job Type: Supply Teaching
Industry: Secondary Support
Reference: DT0475
Salary: £80 - 100 per day
Job Published: about 1 month ago

Start date: May 2022

Contract: Full time, term time only

(school are willing to accept part time candidate)

Location: Leytonstone


A secondary school based in the Leytonstone area are looking to appoint a Learning Support Practitioner who is passionate and dedicated about working with children in the education sector.

The successful candidate may be required to work with students with varied and complex needs.

The educator must display characteristics such as resilience, organisation, communication and versality.

Some experience would be useful, but the motivation to learn and drive to succeed is just as valuable.

This position is for an immediate start until the end of the academic year.

This secondary school has excellent transportation links and is easily accessible to those who drive.


Requirements of a Learning Support Practitioner:

  • Delivery of person-centred approach, one-to-one and small group interventions
  • Ability to demonstrate literacy and numeracy skills
  • Capability to sustain the development of pupils, educational and behaviour related
  • Support students to meet their goals through communication, independence, and participation

In return the school can offer:

  • A positive, friendly, and inclusive working environment
  • Career progression
  • Competitive salary


You will be working across a range of age groups from Year 7-Year 11, it is therefore important that you feel confident supporting students up to the age of 16 (KS4).

If you are interested in this role as a Learning Support Practitioner and wish to be considered, please apply immediately.

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see the FAQs on the Protocol Education website for further details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.

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