£1,550 - 1,575 per month
Temporary | Full Time
A co-educational secondary school in the Stockport area of South Manchester is looking for a Learning Support Assistant to join their SEN department. The successfully appointed Learning Support Assistant would ideally start with the school in September or October as students settle into the new academic year. The school are looking for a Learning Support Assistant who is experienced in supporting students as a Teaching Assistant, Learner Mentor or perhaps providing tuition previously. Any experience of supporting students with a variety of special educational needs, is highly desirable for this role.
The school require a Learning Support Assistant that is confident in working with students of all ages between 11 and 16 but primarily working with year 7 students who have just start secondary school. There will be the chance to support these year 7 students working with them in smaller groups within the classroom and also on a 1 to 1 basis outside of the usual class constraints.
Important highlights of this Learning Support Assistant role:
The successful candidate will ideally have relevant experience working as a Teaching Assistant in the past or something similar where there are transferable skills. This could be working with students that require behavioural assistance or providing intervention as all experience will be beneficial for this role. The school are looking for an individual who is looking for a learning support assistant role and is keen on pursuing a career in the education sector.
The school is situated in the Stockport area of South Manchester, which is very easily accessible from the surrounding areas of Stockport, Burnage, Cheadle, Bramhall and Reddish Vale. This school would also suit someone who is located in the Wythenshawe or Altrincham/Sale area. The school is easily accessible for those learning support assistants that drive, given that the M60 ring road services this school closely.
If you are an experienced LSA, TA, Mentor or have transferable skills which would stand you in good stead to fulfil this role well, then please apply now with your latest CV using the link below. Please include a short covering statement advising and highlighting on your most relevant experience.
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All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.
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