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SEN Learning Support Assistant New

Teaching Personnel

£70 - 100 per day


Temporary | Part Time



SEN Learning Support Assistant

  • Type: Full time/Part-time/Day to Day
  • Start date: January 2023
  • Role: 1:1 Support
  • PAY - £75 - £80pd
  • Where – South East/ Bromley

Teaching Personnel are recruiting a passionate dedicated, and charismatic LSA to join our SEN School in Bromley.

Are you passionate about support students with social and emotional mental health needs and enjoy working in a school setting? This could be the PERFECT job for you!


  • Implementing group and 1:1 intervention that supports the emotional, physical, and behavioural needs of students aged 5 -11 with ASD, SLD and MLD.
  • To develop a co-operative and harmonious relationship with parents, colleagues and students.
  • Attending weekly reviews with SENCO to assess the student’s academic and social progress.
  • To work collaboratively with parents to enable them to be equal partners in their child’s education through open dialogue, parent programmes, training and having shared aims for their children.
  • Create resources, organise and actively maintain the cleanliness and efficiency of the classroom


-          This welcoming and committed school caters for students aged 5-11 with Autism, mild learning difficulties and speech and language impairments.

-           The school provides personalised learning and support for pupils so that they are enabled to make rapid progress in their learning, physical and emotional well-being. The school aims to make students feel safe, secured, and valued as they navigate the challenges of education by developing confidence and the ability to express themselves.   

-          Ofsted – Outstanding 2017


  • Ideally at least 3 months experience with children or adults with special educational needs.
  • A resilient individual who has the passion and dedication to support children with challenging behaviour
  • We take Psychology graduates with experience in a school setting.
  • A good understanding of a range of psychological disorders and a strong passion for supporting children with special needs within an educational setting.
  • A versatile, inspiring, talented, and personable individual with a strong passion for supporting students to achieve, with sights firmly set on making a genuine difference.

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see the FAQ’s on the Teaching Personnel website for details.
All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.
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We offer all our registered candidates FREE child protection and prevent duty training. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.
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