Do you have experience with or skills in working with SEND children?
Or do you have a heart for children with needs that a mainstream curriculum cannot meet on its own?
Are you ready to make your mark in a career in education?
Join us as Learning Support Assistant at TimePlan Education to work in a school loacted in Enfield to inspire and engage our bright young minds.We are looking to appoint vibrant and motivated learning support assistants to join us in supporting young children in enfield schools.
You will have experience in working with children with SEND and may have specialist SEND qualifications. This is an exciting opportunity for a committed professional looking to start or continue their career in a rewarding new role. You may be engaged in:
Supporting a SEN pupil on a 1:1 basis in the classroom
Providing targeted support outside of the classroom
Work on differentiated activities with groups of students
Liaise with the SENCO/Inclusion manager to deliver SEN provision
Developing social/emotional skills (depending on individual need)
Working with teachers to monitor progress of pupils
Accompanying pupils to relevant therapy sessions (depending on individual need) As a learning support worker, you will assist with the implementation of a high-quality learning provision at all times, working in partnership with parents/carers and other professionals to ensure all students reach their full potential. You will be required to support the child to access learning in the classroom and at times provide 1:1 interventions.
Candidates will need to support the child across all areas of learning. You may also support the child during the playtimes and lunchbreaks What we are looking for We look for talented individuals who want to be a part of transforming education in London and helping create exceptional places of learning.
We are looking for:
A successful Learning Support Assistant who is able to raise and sustain high standards
An innovative and creative practitioner with a drive and passion to ensure all students achieve
Enthusiasm for working with a range of students with differing needs and abilities
Initiative and a keenness to be involved in all aspects of the academy life
A Learning Support Assistant who is able to enthuse and inspire students
A proven track record of good working relationships and professionalism
Confidence in working independently with small groups of students.
Open to and experienced in dealing with students with challenging learning difficulties and special educational needs
Encourage pupils to become independent learners
Provide support for their welfare and support the inclusion of our pupils in all aspects of academy life.If you would like to know more infomation about the liuve vacancies in Enfield please get in contact with Charlotte Branford at TimePlan Education