Exciting Opportunity in Newham! Join a Team as an LSA!
Position: Learning Support Assistant (LSA)
This role is due to start after the February half term (February 26th) until the end of the academic year. This role has the potential to be extended into the following school year.
Are you passionate about helping children with special educational needs reach their full potential? If so, we have a rewarding opportunity for you!
4MySchools is recruiting for an LSA to work in a school located in Newham. As an LSA, you will be working closely with a student with an Education, Health, and Care Plan (EHCP) focused on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) with Specific Language and Communication Needs (SLCN). This is a fantastic chance to make a real difference in a child’s life and contribute to their growth and development.
Experience with PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System), MAKATON, and Visual Timetables is key as we are looking for candidates who have hands-on experience with these valuable tools. Your expertise will be crucial in providing effective support.
Why Choose Us:
We value your dedication and commitment. You can expect a competitive daily rate ranging from £78 to £90, ensuring your hard work is rewarded.
This role offers the potential for a permanent position, providing job security and the chance to grow.
This school is located in Newham. Newham, located in East London, has a well-connected transportation network, making it relatively easy to navigate within and outside the borough.
Join a team of caring professionals dedicated to empowering students and nurturing their abilities.
4myschools is an education recruitment employment business. We have been delivering positive social impact from the beginning by reducing the cost of supply teachers to local schools and by paying teachers fairly. We believe that business has the power to change lives. By joining us you will be making a difference to the schools that we work with and the children that you teach. You will also make a difference on an international level to areas of poverty in the developing world.