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  1. Learning Support Assistant

    City of London - London | | From CVbrowser

    Learning Support WorkerWe are currently recruiting for Learning Support Assistants who have previous experience of working with Asperger’s Syndrome. You will be required to work with students... based within a college or University setting providing one to one support to ensure that  the student is supported during lessons and tutorials, duties will include assistance with planning and organisation of work, explanation of tasks set by tutors and assisting with general day to day learning of module material.It is desirable that you haveprevious classroom experience. Work will be ... and flexible - Be eligible to work in the U.K - Be a resident in the U.KWhy work for Balfor?-Experienced consultants who will offer you support throughout your time working for Balfor Recruitment...

  2. Learning Support Assistant

    Bradford | £11110.00 per annum | From Hays Leeds

    Learning Support Assistant 32.5 hours per week, term time only Actual Salary 11,110 per annum Required to start as soon as possible Oasis Academy Lister Park is a successful 11-19 school... situated in Bradford. This exciting 15 million pound purpose built school opened in September 2000 and boasts improving results for the last 4 years. We are currently seeking to recruit an enthusiastic and motivated Learning Support Assistant. This post will involve assisting the students under the direction of a teacher and following educational programmes and activities in the classroom ... ' needs Keeping appropriate records of student's performance Managing learning activities for students The successful candidate will have : Experience of working with young people aged 11-18 Good...

  3. Learning Support Assistant

    City of London - London | | From CVbrowser

    To apply for this position you must: - Have a current enhanced CRB/DBS - Be reliable and flexible - Be eligible to work in the U.K - Be a resident in the U.KWhy work for Balfor? -... Experienced consultants who will offer you support throughout your time working for Balfor Recruitment -Competitive rates of pay -Detailed information on all assignments you undertake -Strong relationships with the schools we work withTo discuss this role and further opportunities we have in more detail, please email your CV through for the attention of Amey Taylor-Randle via  or call the office on ...

  4. Learning Support Assistants - Sheffield

    Sheffield | £65.00 - £85.00 per day | From ITN Mark Education - Sheffield

    ITNMark Education are currently seeking to recruite experienced Teaching Assistants who have experience of Read Write Inc for regular supply positions in the Sheffield area. We are looking for... energetic teaching assistants who are keen to get involved in all aspects of school life. We want to provide our schools with strong and positive teaching assistants who can support students to encourage their achievement. As the successful candidate you must: Have a Teaching Assistant qualification at a minimum of Level 2, ideally of Levels 3 and 4. Have experience of providing support to ... competitive rates and experienced education consultants offering career guidance and support. We offer a reward scheme for the referral of friends and colleagues. ITN Mark Education were voted 'Best...

  5. Learning Support Assistant

    UK-WIL-Corsham | £8.00 - £12.00/Hour | From CareerBuilder

    Learning Support Assistant required to join the 'Excellent' Learning Support team at Heywood Prep, Corsham.Visit: www.heywoodprep.com/applyTel: 01249......

  6. Learning Support Assistant

    UK-ESS-Chigwell | N/A | From CareerBuilder

    Learning Support Assistant31.25 hours/5 days per week (term time only)Band 2 pt 11 - 16 (depending on experience)actual salary £11,706 - £12,993A Learning Support Assistant is required tosupport the......

  7. Learning Support Assistant

    UK-Poole | £7.65 - £8.16/Hour | From CareerBuilder

    Langside School LEARNING SUPPORT ASSISTANT Langside is a special school for pupils aged two to 19 with profound physical and/or multiple learning disabilities. The role plays an important part... of the school's team helping to support the teachers in delivering the curriculum to the children. Hours: 33.3 per week, term time only Pay rate: from £7.65 to £8.16 per hour (dependent on experience). Contact recruitment@diverseabilitiesplus.org.uk or call 01202 718266 to apply Closing date for applications: 27 November 2014 ...

  8. Learning Support Assistants

    UK-St Albans | N/A | From CareerBuilder

    Learning Support Assistants (H2 - £15,207-£16,231 + fringe pro rata) (Full/Part time) We are looking for an enthusiastic learning support assistants to work with the School SENCO in supporting... students with special educational needs to make progress across the curriculum. Flexibility and reliability as well as good numeracy and literacy skills are essential. Applicants should be sympathetic to students with learning difficulties. The vacancy is for one year in the first instance. Verulam School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All shortlisted applicants will be required to undertake an enhanced CRB check. Further details of the post can be obtained from...

  9. Learning Support Assistant

    UK-Andover | N/A | From CareerBuilder

    Clatford CE Primary School Learning Support Assistant Part Time We are a successful village school who are looking for an enthusiastic, well motivated person to join our team a.s.a.p. You should......

  10. Learning Support Assistant

    UK-Dorset | £11,939 - £12,778/Year | From CareerBuilder

    Poole Grammar School Gravel Hill, Poole, BH17 9JU 01202 692132 Headteacher: Mr A J Baker www.poolegrammar.com office@poolegrammar.com Learning Support Assistant Required for January start at... this 11-18 outstanding selective school for boys. Term time + Training Days (32 hours per week, 39 working weeks, 44.3 pay weeks per year) (£11,939-£12,778) actual salary. If you would like to join our learning support team and have the drive and enthusiasm to support able young men fulfil their potential this could be the job for you. Ideally you will have secondary experience in supporting students with Asperger's syndrome, ADHD and hearing impairments. For further details and application form please contact the school or see the website. Closing date 20.11.14, interviews 28.11.14....

Learning support assistants (LSAs) work with teachers in the classroom, helping pupils progress with their learning. They include teaching assistants (TAs) and higher level teaching assistants (HLTAs).

Who can I work for?

Most learning support assistants are employed at primary schools. There are also opportunities at secondary schools and specialist schools all over the UK.

Where and when can I work?

Like teachers, LSAs are required to work normal school hours during term time, and hours will vary depending on the institution. Some learning support assistants will also be required to work extra hours to support after-school activities and class trips.

What can I earn?

The salary of a learning support assistant varies depending on locations, qualification and experience. The average salary is just over £15,000 a year, with wages generally ranging from £12,000 to 20,000 a year.

What are the benefits?

LSAs benefit from very sociable hours and excellent holidays. They are also vital in helping shape the education of children in their care.

Are there chances of promotion?

There are opportunities to develop within the role. TAs can work towards becoming an HLTA. It is also an excellent way to gain classroom experience if you are considering becoming a teacher.

What will I be responsible for?

Responsibilities will vary but the core role of an LSA is support the teacher in the classroom and an individual or a group of pupils.

Day-to-day tasks include: planning, delivering and evaluating teaching and learning activities, preparing the classroom for lessons, helping pupils individually and in groups who need extra support to complete tasks, observing pupil performance and reporting on observations to the teacher, supervising art and craft activities and displaying work.

Do I need any experience?

At present there aren’t any compulsory qualification requirements to apply for an LSA role. However, increased competition for TA places in schools has meant that many employers can select candidates with a range of skills and qualifications. Any past experience of working with children would be beneficial. Basic numeracy and English skills will be essential

What attributes are needed?

LSAs need to be excellent communicators, and be able to build positive relationships with pupils, staff and parents. As well as being able to manage groups of pupils, LSAs need to be well organised, enjoy working with children and also be able to deal with challenging behaviour.

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