We are currently looking for a Learning Support Assistant to support pupils in an additional learning needs school in Brecon.
You will be supporting the primary age range across various classes. The successful candidate will need to implement creative learning techniques to engage the pupil, who mainly needs support with literacy and numeracy. However, you will also be having to support pupils with emotional and behavioral difficulties.
An important part of this role is to build a positive and trusting relationship with the pupils, who could potentially have low self-esteem and behavior needs. The successful candidate will need to have a calm demeanor and be committed, as well as encouraging.
Previous experience of working with pupils with behavior difficulties, on a one-to-one basis and a group basis will be beneficial for this job role.
In order to work in the school in question you must have a Child and Adult DBS- or be willing to undertake one via New Directions.
A large number of our jobs are within the ALN sector. We fill many vacancies in schools with candidates who have the right experience and qualifications.
To work in an Additional Learning Needs (ALN) role you will need:
We are always looking for candidates who have particular experience in working with children classified as having: