Learning Support Assistant (Behaviour Base)

Posted 10 months ago by Twenty 4 Seven
Application deadline closed.

Job Description

Learning Support Assistant (Behaviour Base)

**Location: Newport

**September Start, 


**3 Months minimum experience in similar roles required


Twenty4Seven Education is looking for a passionate caring and experienced teaching assistant to work in this lovely Secondary school located in a residential area of Newport. They will work in the schools’ behaviour base working with pupils with behaviour difficulties and supporting them in their daily school life.

The School

The school provides itself on creating a safe, caring, and nurturing environment. They strive to provide all students with an enriching learning environment where they can develop their inquisitive and creative personalities. The school is part of a tight-knit community and listens to both the parents and pupils to help shape the way they approach education and provide a learning environment they can all take pride in. They are looking for an experienced Learning Support Assistant to join their behaviour base and provide a fun and passionate approach to learning. The successful candidate will become part of the team of staff who are dedicated to helping children develop academically, socially, and personally.

The Role 

The successful candidate will begin working in September. They will be working term time Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 15:30. They will be working as a learning support assistant and will work supporting pupils in their day to day school life and help them develop academically socially and personally.

As an LSA you will:

Work one-to-one with a pupil within the behaviour base
Assist the pupils in accessing the curriculum
Assist the pupils in making progress academically, socially, and personally
Get to know the pupil and learn how to support them further
Work with the pupil and teacher to plan and put into action systems to help the pupil
Get stuck in and explore the world with pupils making a fun and enjoyable learning experience

The successful candidate

Will be patient, enthusiastic, and approachable
Will have experience working within an educational setting
Will have an understanding of how to support children with SEN
Will have a good command of the English language
Will be comfortable and have experience looking after early years pupils


The Benefits of Working with Twenty4Seven Education:

Opportunities to work in a variety of local Schools & Colleges which enables you to establish where you work best
Twenty-4-Seven support from your designated consultant
Potential long-term roles
Competitive pay rates
Recommend-a-friend Scheme


Twenty 4 Seven Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Therefore, this position is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and will be required to obtain an Education Workforce Council (EWC) check. Full assistance will be provided.