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Secondary Learning Support / TAs

  • Location: Guildford
  • Start date: 01 Apr 2019
  • Category: Secondary
  • Job reference: PE11110575
  • Branch: London Secondary South West
  • Consultant: Amy Quaranta
  • Call: 02032197730
Job description
SEND Support Specialists/LSA Required - Work Now - Reflective Pay

Protocol Education's Secondary division are Recruiting!

Are you a great Teaching Assistant or Learning Support Assistant who has experience supporting children with a range of SEND's or offering general classroom support?
Are you someone from a Social Care background looking to secure experience in a Secondary School in the area?

Then we want to hear from you!

Protocol Education are looking for caring, supportive and dedicated TAs/ LSAs who have experience working with SEND pupils either as part of small groups or on a one to one basis. Our team of consultants work with numerous secondary schools across East London who require one-to-one support for vulnerable children, as well as more general support in their SEND department.

The successful SEN TA/SEN LSA will need to be able to support pupils that may have challenging behaviour, specific learning difficulties or EHCP's. With support from other members of staff, activities will be set by the teacher and SENDCo, and you will support pupils with their progress and attainment.

Experience supporting some of the following SEN provisions could be advantageous:

ADHD
Asperger Syndrome
Autism (ASD)
Behavioural, Emotional and Social Difficulties (BESD, formerly EBD)
Challenging Behaviour
Dyslexia
Epilepsy
Global Development Delay (GDD)
Hearing Impairment (HI)
Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD)
Multi-Sensory Impairment (MSI)
Non-Verbal Learning Difficulties (NLD)
Speech and Language Disorder
Visual Impairment (VI)

We are looking for:

The ideal candidate will have a passion for Education and understand and enjoy the challenges that come with working with children with SEND provisions. Therefore, you will be a patience, charismatic and nurturing individual.

Therefore, no matter how large or small your experience supporting students with SEND we would like to hear from you!



The Benefits of working for Protocol Education:

Competitive & Reflective pay rates
Borough Specific work
Access to numerous free Professional Development Training courses
Your Own experienced and dedicated Consultant
Flexible work to fit your current situation
Access to our online candidate portal where you can access timesheets, update availability
If you are interested in working within one or more of the above areas and you are a Qualified Teacher looking for work please follow the link to apply
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