Learning Support Assistant for a pupil with educational care plan
Learning Support Assistant (LSA)
One to One
32.5 hours per week
Term Time (44.2 Weeks)
Fixed Term as linked to child on EHCP
Scale 2 Pt 3 - 4
Actual Salary : £20,079.96- £20,383.02
Working Hours : 08:30-15:30 (30 min unpaid lunch break)
Start Date: 15 April 2024
Sybourn is a multicultural primary school in the heart of East London and has recently been graded as Outstanding by Ofsted.
We are looking for enthusiastic Learning Support Assistants, who have experience of working in a childcare setting to join the team at Sybourn Primary School to assist and support a child with special educational needs.
The Learning Support Assistant’s main role is to provide support for a pupil with a statement of special educational needs. The LSA will ensure that the pupil can integrate as fully as possible in the activities generally undertaken by other children in the class.
Duties may include running specific programmes and activities to assist the pupils individual learning, medical and social needs. The LSA will be responsible for implementing the targets on the pupils individual education plan in liaison with the SENDCO, Assistant Headteachers and Learning Mentors.
Any offer of employment for this post will be subject to a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
For more information about this position or to have a confidential discussion about the role please contact Catriona Hoult, SENDCO via firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 26/02/2024 @ 09:00
Proposed interview dates: approx 2 weeks after close
Completed Applications to: email@example.com
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