We are currently recruiting for a behaviour support assistant to work with a primary pupil. The role will be starting after October Half term and the hours will be 8.30am to 3.30pm, the student will arrive at 9am and finish at 3pm. This position is Monday to Friday during term time and a long-term role. A years' experience of working with SEN needs is desired.
Your job role will involve assisting the pupil with their work, making it exciting and interesting for them. The class teacher will plan the students work with the help from you informing them on how they have coped with similar work and how the previous day had gone. Learning will need to be made fun for the student by using additional resources such as counting counters, learning games and cards. Learning will need to be broken up by doing other activities including arts and crafts, music and reading time in the afternoon where you read a story to the student, so they go home relaxed. You will be in a separate room to the rest of the class which allows the student to have a more relaxed and personal learning structure. At breaktimes your student will join the rest of the class to help the development of their social and play skills. All the supplies you need will be provided and set up in the room for you. Each day's plan will depend on how the student is feeling that day so you will need to be flexible and creative.
Our team is here to help you with your application, and we can offer you continuous opportunities to build your career with us. You will need a full DBS check; this can be done during your application process. We have an online diary to help organise your work. Teaching personnel provides free safeguarding and prevention training along with discounted rates on additional CPD training. You will need to have access to transport or a full driving licence.
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