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Date Added: Thu 09/11/2023

Learning Support Assistant

Huntingdon, PE29, UK
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Job Type: Temporary, Full Time

Salary: £80 - £95/day

Learning Support Assistant - Buckden, Cambridgeshire

LSA - Buckden, Cambridgeshire - £80 to £95 per day depending on experience - Immediate start - Friendly supportive community feel Primary School

Are you passionate about working in an inclusive educational setting, supporting students with special educational needs and making a real difference in their lives? Do you want to be a part of an organisation that values ongoing professional development and offers opportunities for your continued growth as an LSA within an amazing SEN Department?

As a Learning Support Assistant (LSA), you'll play a pivotal role in revolutionising the educational journey for students with special educational needs (SEN). Your primary responsibilities involve delivering interactive one-on-one assistance, nurturing an inclusive learning atmosphere, and crafting a vibrant classroom environment where every student can flourish.

***LSA - Community feel Primary School in Buckden

***Starting Immediately until July 2024

***Long term with the opportunity of becoming permanent with the school

***£80 - £95 per day

***Monday - Friday (8:30 - 3:30)

***Fantastic opportunity for internal progression and development

Tradewind is proud to partner with a welcoming Buckden community primary school, on the lookout for an enthusiastic LSA to join their outstanding SEN Team. With an inclusive curriculum that ignites a love for learning and a commitment to helping every child realise their potential, this school offers a supportive and nurturing work environment. There's a strong emphasis on professional development and plenty of room for growth, complemented by a caring senior leadership team always available to support your well-being.

Requirements for the Learning Support Assistant position:

Prior Experience: Candidates often need previous roles working with students, showing they understand the needs and challenges of students, especially those with special educational requirements.
Kind Communication: Strong people skills are crucial, with a focus on being empathetic and patient to build positive relationships with students and provide the necessary support.
Team Player: LSAs are expected to work closely with teachers, special educators, and other professionals. The ability to work well as part of a team is highly valued.
Background Checks: Due to the role's nature, candidates may need to pass background checks to ensure students' safety and well-being.

Whether you have previous experience as an LSA or are enthusiastic about enriching children's learning and development, we're excited to hear from you! Please don't hesitate to send your CV to (url removed) or get in touch with us at (phone number removed) for more information
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