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SEND Learning Support / TAs

  • Location: Sevenoaks
  • Start date: 25 Sep 2018
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE11058310
  • Branch: London SEND South East
  • Consultant: Louise Waite
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Job description
SEN Teaching assistants:

A school in the that caters for children with profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) are currently seeking Learning Support Assistants. The role is to support pupils as they move around the school and can be 1:1 or class room based supporting several students.

The school is equipped with state of the art facilities and resources, such as a hydrotherapy pool, hoists and physiotherapists on site. The resources help support the students and give them the opportunity to strive, learn and grow.

The atmosphere is extremely fun as well as hardworking. This role will require feeding, changing and personal care. A moving and handling qualification will be required. However training for this can be provided by the school. If you feel your personality could be an asset to the school and meets the criteria of the position, please respond to this advert via email louise.waite@protocol-education or call 02084618900
Day and night shifts are available on a flexible rota!

You will need an enhanced DBS for CHILD AND ADULT workforce.

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