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Future Education

£91.60 - £92.25 Per Day


Fixed Term | Full Time



Job Title: SEN Learning Support Assistant

SEN Learning Support Assistant – Uxbridge

Monday to Thursday, 8.45am-4.30pm


Are you looking for a new SEN Learning Support Assistant role, where you can utilise your skills in SEN for the benefit of Post 16 students with a variety of Special Needs?

We are currently recruiting for a dynamic and inclusive SEN College who are dedicated to providing high-quality education and support for students with a variety of Special Needs including Autism, PMLD and complex needs. The College are seeking a passionate and dedicated SEN Learning Support Assistant to join them as soon as possible.

This is a long-term role with a view to going permanent. The hours will be from 8.45am-4.30pm, Monday to Thursday and the daily rate of pay will be £91.60 per day.

As a SEN Learning Support Assistant, you will play a crucial role in supporting students with Autism, Complex needs, and Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD). You will work closely with teaching staff and other support professionals to create a positive and inclusive learning environment that fosters the academic, social, and emotional development of the students.


Key responsibilities:

  • Provide one-to-one and small group support to students with SEN, tailoring assistance to individual needs.
  • Support students in accessing the curriculum and participating in classroom activities.
  • Foster positive relationships with students, promoting a nurturing and supportive learning environment.
  • Providing personal care
  • Collaborate with teachers, therapists, and other professionals to ensure coordinated and effective support for students.



  • Relevant experience working with students with Autism, Complex needs, and PMLD.
  • A genuine passion for supporting the educational and holistic development of students with SEN.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Patience, empathy, and a positive attitude.


If you are enthusiastic about making a positive impact on the lives of students with Special Needs and meet the requirements outlined above, we would be great to hear from you. Please get in touch and apply today!