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  1. Learning Support Assistants

    Farnborough, Hampshire | £9.68 per annum flexible hours term time only | From Farnborough College of Technology

    Learning Support Assistants The role is supporting students with learning difficulties and disabilities and covers both looking after their personal care and supporting them both... academically and practically. You need to a good level of education, particularly in English and Maths able to communicate and ideally a background of working with people with learning difficulties/disabilities. Farnborough College of Technology is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Closing Date: 31 st January 2015 To Apply:  Please go to our website via the link below for further details and to apply on line. This job was originally posted as www.totaljobs.com/JobSeeking/Learning-Support-Assistants_job61585148 ...

  2. Learning Support Assistant

    Chatham | £9 - 10 per hour | From Interaction - Watford

    Temporary Learning Support Assistant (Full Time) We are looking to recruit enthusiastic classroom assistants to assist in the delivery of their Study Programme and Key Stage 4 Engagement... provision. You will work with students with a variety of support needs, including those with emotional and behavioural needs, learning difficulties and those who have disengaged from mainstream education. The purpose of the role is to assist and provide support to the lead tutors delivering across a broad spectrum of subject areas to include: Construction, Motor Vehicle, Hairdressing ... support needs Creative and proactive personality who works well within a team DBS check essential This job was originally posted as www.totaljobs.com/JobSeeking/Learning-Support...

  3. Learning Support Assistant

    Totnes | £11905 per annum | From Recruitment Genius

    This local charity is looking for a Learning Support Assistant to work at its Further Education Specialist College to support students with learning disabilities in their learning, physical and... personal needs. The role will support individuals or groups, in the college building or out in the community, as part of a team or working alone. Learning Support Assistants are expected to work flexibly, collaboratively and take specific responsibilities under the direction of a teacher to deliver education and training to learning disabled students. To be a key person in supporting ... /JobSeeking/Learning-Support-Assistant_job61509877 ...

  4. Learning Support Assistant

    Totnes | £11905 pa | From Recruitment Genius Ltd

    This local charity is looking for a Learning Support Assistant to work at its Further Education Specialist College to support students with learning disabilities in their learning, physical and... personal needs. The role will support individuals or groups, in the college building or out in the community, as part of a team or working alone. Learning Support Assistants are expected to work flexibly, collaboratively and take specific responsibilities under the direction of a teacher to deliver education and training to learning disabled students. To be a key person in supporting the student through transition from school and delivering the students stated outcomes to be able to participate in independent living and working. To be part of the Charity by supporting its values...

  5. Learning Support Assistant

    Totnes | £11905 per annum | From Recruitment Genius

    This local charity is looking for a Learning Support Assistant to work at its Further Education Specialist College to support students with learning disabilities in their learning, physical and... personal needs. The role will support individuals or groups, in the college building or out in the community, as part of a team or working alone. Learning Support Assistants are expected to work flexibly, collaboratively and take specific responsibilities under the direction of a teacher to deliver education and training to learning disabled students. To be a key person in supporting the student through transition from school and delivering the students stated outcomes to be able to participate in independent living and working. To be part of the Charity by supporting its values...

  6. Learning Support Assistant

    North London | £60.00 - £65.00 per day | From Hays

    Do you have the passion for working with young people with mild learning difficulties? Hays Educations are looking for an LSA specialising in mild learning difficulties to work in a primary.... The Learning support assistant will be responsible for: - Supporting a year 6 pupil on one to one - Supporting KS2 as a general teaching assistant - Supporting literacy and numeracy - Guiding reading with ... hays.co.uk This job was originally posted as www.totaljobs.com/JobSeeking/Learning-Support-Assistant_job61447297 ... of working one to one supporting a child with MLD Be ICT Literate Have strong literacy and numeracy skills, Enjoy working with children. The school are looking to appoint as soon as possible so if...

  7. Learning Support Assistant

    Wakefield | £7.00 p hour | From Capita Education Resourcing

    Our client is potentially requiring learning support assistants to support students at a Further Education College in the Wakefield area for part time/full time long term opportunities and also... emergency cover. Ideally you will have: - Experience of supporting students with a range of learning and/physical disabilities/difficulties - A minimum of GCSEs in English or Maths or level 2 ... be willing to apply for a new one We are passionate about the service we provide our customers and work hard to accurately match support workers and students to truly support the needs of the individual and their learning. If you share our vision and enthusiasm to support learners throughout their journey at College, we would love to hear from you. Capita Education Resourcing is the leading...

  8. Learning Support Assistant

    South Shields | £7.00 p hour | From Capita Education Resourcing

    Our client is potentially requiring learning support assistants to support students at a Further Education College in the South Shields area for part time/full time long term opportunities and also... emergency cover. Ideally you will have: - Experience of supporting students with a range of learning and/physical disabilities/difficulties - A minimum of GCSEs in English or Maths or level 2 ... be willing to apply for a new one We are passionate about the service we provide our customers and work hard to accurately match support workers and students to truly support the needs of the individual and their learning. If you share our vision and enthusiasm to support learners throughout their journey at College, we would love to hear from you. Capita Education Resourcing is the leading...

  9. Learning Support Assistant

    Wirral | £10889.38 - £11386.05 per annum | From Hays

    Calday Grange Grammar School is a selective boys' school with a mixed sixth form. We are a popular school, providing a grammar school education to students from Wirral, Liverpool, North Wales and... Chester LEARNING SUPPORT ASSISTANT Required as soon as possible 30 hours per week, term time only Band C SCP 12-14 £10,889.38 - £11,386.05 (actual salary) We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and committed Learning Support Assistant to join our outstanding Student Support Team. This post is linked to external funding and will initially be for a period of 12 months however it is ... candidate must: ? Have an NVQ Level 2 or equivalent qualification and experience of working with children either as a Learning Support Assistant or in a similar setting ? Be able to implement teachers...

  10. Learning Support Assistant

    Stockport | Great rate of pay | From The Education Specialists

    Learning Support Assistant The Education Specialists (TES) are recruiting on behalf of a Sixth Form College based in Cheadle, Stockport. We are seeking an experienced Learning Support... Assistant to support children with a variety of social needs. It is imperative that the successful candidate is a 'people person' and has good interpersonal skills - building strong relationships with pupils at this school is a key aspect of the role. Candidates will be required to provide 1:1 support with pupils. This role may include personal care. Candidates must be; Friendly and have a professional manner. Educated to a good standard and present themselves as a professional Genuinely interested in teaching/supporting lessons within schools. Have experience working with young...

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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