Support Assistant to work with a pupil within Early Years after recently receiving funding for this particular pupil.
Due to the pupil’s age the needs are undiagnosed at the moment, however with the recent internal assessment it has become clear the pupil does need 1:1 support to help access the curriculum as well as maintaining levels of behaviour suitable in a classroom environment.
During recent internal support the pupil has reacted well and enjoys the interaction of an adult, but can become frustrated and more difficult if asked to do something out of comfort zone. Ideally the successful candidate will have experience working within the Early Years as well as the capability to set out clear boundaries for the pupil with certain expectations and rewards.
The pupil is said to be highly capable of meeting expectation for the age and also communicates well within class with both Teacher and other children but can become easily distracted and mischievous when left unsupported.
This role will initially be up until the end of the academic year, however as long as the funding is in places for this pupil the role will continue for the right candidates.
The school is based in the Oldham and is a big community school with a strong senior leadership team all striving for the best for every child.
If you are interested in this learning support assistant post and have experience working with challenging behaviour, please email your CV to Daniel.firstname.lastname@example.org straight away or call 0161 832 8092.
Supply Desk is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All successful applicants will be required to complete an enhanced DBS (formerly CRB) check which must be maintained throughout the period of employment and meet Safer Recruitment standards.
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