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London SEND East

247 Tottenham Court Road
London

W1T 7QW 
Tel: 020 3219 7745
Fax: 020 3219 7711


The dedicated London SEND team are all familiar with the unique challenges faced by people working in special schools on a daily basis. By working closely with partner schools we have been able to find teachers and teaching assistant with a huge array of skills to fill every role, no matter how niche the skills required might be.

One of the ways we do this is through training. We offer many free training sessions to teachers and support staff registered with Protocol Education including courses on autism (written by the National Autistic Society), dyslexia (written by the British Dyslexia Association) and Team Teach training (provided at a discounted rate).

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    PMLD Learning Support Assistant
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Barnet
  • Reference
  • Description PMLD Learning Support Assistant Protocol Education are seeking to recruit Learning Support Assistants in North London for children/young adults with Special Educational Needs for Daily and Long Term
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