Connex - Stevenage
Looking for a Fulfilling Role as an SEN Learning Support Assistant?
Are you on the hunt for a new opportunity as an SEN Learning Support Assistant? Well, you’re in the right place! We have an exciting position waiting just for you.
Why Choose Connex Education Partnership?
At Connex Education Partnership, we’re not just looking for employees; we’re looking for passionate individuals who want to make a positive impact. We believe in creating a supportive and inspiring environment for both our students and our team members. Here’s what you can expect when you join us:
Professional Development: Gain access to a comprehensive range of accredited modules through our CPD training platform, Connex Academy.
Financial Peace of Mind: Enjoy the convenience of weekly pay via PAYE, and easily keep track of your work schedule using our user-friendly portal.
Flexibility and Choice: Explore temporary and permanent opportunities that align with your lifestyle.
Team Spirit: Our ‘Recommend a Friend’ scheme is your chance to help friends and colleagues discover fantastic career opportunities, just like you have.
As an SEN Learning Support Assistant, your role is all about making a difference in the lives of students with Special Educational Needs. Here’s what you’ll be doing:
- Providing essential support to students with SEN, empowering them to thrive.
- Collaborating with teachers to implement Individual Education Plans (IEPs) and effective behaviour management.
- Creating an inclusive and positive classroom environment that promotes learning and growth.
- Working closely with parents, teachers, and students to offer consistent feedback and support.
- Monitoring student progress and developing personalized support plans.
- Assisting with personal care and physical needs as required.
To excel in this role, you’ll need:
- A genuine excitement for working with children with SEN and the ability to adapt in a classroom environment.
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills to build meaningful connections with students and colleagues.
- Previous experience working with children with SEN is preferred.
- Basic knowledge of relevant legislation and safeguarding procedures.
- An enhanced DBS check (or the willingness to undergo one) is essential.
Having a relevant Level 2 or Level 3 Teaching Assistant qualification is desirable. Additional training or qualifications related to SEN are advantageous.
Ready to Make a Positive Impact?
If you’re ready to embark on this rewarding journey with us, please send your resume to [Email: firstname.lastname@example.org], or feel free to reach out to us at [Phone: 01438567775]. We can’t wait to hear from you!