Monarch Education
£55 - £70 per day
15 Jun 2017
23 Jun 2017
Monarch Education are currently working with a SEN School in Yeovil, Somerset that are currently looking for a SEN specialist Learning Support Assistant / LSA to work with students with Moderate Learning Difficulties / MLD. The role is initially a short term contract with a Long-Term opportunity available for the right applicant.Whilst at the school you will be working under the guidance of the classroom teacher and SENCO helping children with their Individual Education Plans (IEPs).The right candidate for this role will have a caring, patient and positive attitude. Children with MLD experience great difficulty following the curriculum; with the help of the classroom teacher you will carefully plan and differentiate work and break it down into small manageable tasks. You will build on the child's knowledge through clear instructions, showing how things are done and checking understanding at each stage. To be successful in this role you will need to be/have: NVQ Level 3 or equivalent with at least six months experience in UK Schools. A child centred approach Conscientious at all times Experience with MLD or SEND Consistent approach to challenging behaviourMonarch Education has been working with schools across the south-west, in particular Somerset and Bristol for over 8 years and has built up an excellent reputation for putting our staff first. The schools we work with appreciate the positive relationships we build with our learning support and teaching staff and this is evident when they speak to our staff. If this sounds like the next step in your career then please send your CV to, once received we aim to come back to you within 48 hours of submission. Alternatively please call 0117 9382100 for more information. We are committed to providing equal opportunities for all candidates as well as adhering to strict Safeguarding procedures. Your application will be subject to 2 educational references and an enhanced DBS check. Salary: £55 - £70 per day. Date posted: 07/06/2017