Psychology Graduate Learning Support Assistant
Are you a psychology graduate looking to pursue a career in teaching or educational psychology?
Join a large popular secondary school in Manchester seeking to appoint a Graduate Learning Support Assistant from September. The successful psychology graduate will support students with Special Educational Needs and Social Emotional Mental Health Difficulties on a one-to-one and small group basis.
The successful psychology graduate will join a supportive and welcoming team of Learning Support Assistants and Learning Support Assistants and will work collaboratively with the schools Special Educational Needs department. They will undertake a number of responsibilities and will be involved in the following:
- Working on a one-to-one basis with individual students with Special Educational Needs and Social Emotional Mental Health difficulties.
- Providing academic and social support to students in lessons.
- Providing intervention to small groups of students.
- Providing behaviour support to students struggling with behavioural difficulties.
- Motivating and encouraging students to achieve their potential.
Previous experience working with young people in an educational setting is desirable. This role is ideal for any candidates considering a career in teaching or educational support as the successful candidate will gain practical experience working in an educational setting.
This popular secondary school is located in central Manchester and has over 1000 pupils on roll. The school has an inner city catchment area providing education for a diverse range of cultures and backgrounds. Due to its inner city location, the school has excellent connections to universities, employers and a number of fantastic opportunities. The school has a large state-of-the-art building and a large car park accessible for all staff members.
For immediate consideration, please send through a copy of your CV via the link below. To find our further information, please contact the Manchester Secondary branch.