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Date Added: Fri 11/11/2022

Learning Support Assistant - Support A Year 4 Boy With ADHD In A Suppo

Willesden, NW10, UK
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Company: EDUSTAFF

Job Type: Permanent, FullTime

Salary: £22000 - £24000/annum 22k to 24k

An immediate Learning Support Assistant is required at a thriving primary school in Brent - they are looking for a committed, passionate graduate who has a keen interest in special educational needs.

This Learning Support Assistant post is specifically to work with a boy in Year 4 who has ADHD & challenging behaviour - can you help?

***Learning Support Assistant
***Thriving Primary school in Brent, North West London
***Easily commutable via the Jubilee line
***Large primary school graded 'Good'
***Long term. Full time role until July 2023
***Up TO 24K per annum depending on experience
***Open to Psychology graduates with a keen interest in Special Educational Needs

Committed to working with children who have challenging behaviour problems?

Would you thrive in this Learning Support Assistant role, whilst gaining invaluable experience prior to a MSc/MA in the Psychology sector related fields?

Could you be the role model for a Year 4 boy who has ADHD on a full time basis within this thriving school in Brent?

If you want to gain experience as a Learning Support Assistant and you have the confidence to work with a challenging student, we would love to hear from you.

The school is located in Brent, North West London and supported by excellent commuting links. A tube station on the Jubilee line is less than a 5 minute walk from the school and they have a bus stop right outside the front gates. Serving a large, thriving multicultural part of London, this school thrives under excellent leadership, and children leave this school with a solid education.

They are now looking for a Learning Support Assistant who can support a Year 4 boy with ADHD. Previous experience would be an advantage but the school are happy to consider a graduate who is passionate about making a difference, and wants a real challenge for the rest of the academic year. This particular boy is bright, and generally does well but needs a lot of support to keep him on track with his studies and to make sure he doesn't become a disruptive influence within the class. If you believe you have the empathy, patience and commitment this role requires, this school would love to hear from you ASAP.

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