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Primary/Middle Child/Behaviour Support Assistants

  • Location: London Borough of Hackney
  • Start date: 12 Sep 2016
  • Category: Secondary, Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE10800201
  • Branch: London Primary Central
  • Consultant: Sophie Brunton
  • Call: 020 3219 7715
Job description
Role: Learning Support Assistant (Challenging Behaviour)

Are you are an experienced Learning Support Assistant who has worked with children

who require support with managing their behaviour in their learning environment. Are you a compassionate and confident person who is looking for a new challenge?



Protocol Education are currently working with a school in Central London who require support with a child who has challenging behaviour. The school is looking for someone who meets the following criteria:

As this can be a challenging role it will require an experienced person who is confident and can implement different strategies to support the child. In order to be considered you will need to acquire:

• A calm and positive attitude

• Experience in working with children with challenging behaviour

• Strategies that will assist in supporting specific needs

• A caring and energetic nature

• A willingness to learn and develop their skills

• A team player

• An effective communicator.

If you think this is the role for you, please email your CV TO sbrunton@protocol-education.co.uk at your earliest convenience.

Please note: We undertake safeguarding checks on all our workers in accordance with the DfE statutory guidance 'Keeping Children Safe in Education'. As part of these checks, we require a current Enhanced DBS Disclosure for everyone working in schools. If you do not have a valid subscription to the DBS Update Service, we will require you to complete a new DBS application as part of the registration process, at a cost of £44.00.
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