Job Advert Role Description
We want you to get off to the best start with us so we are giving you £250 when you first start with us and then when you are settled in in 6 months’ time we will give you an extra £250 for your hard work!
We are searching for talented Learning Support Assistants to be key members of our teaching team, providing standards of person-centred support and care to our young people.
Through your enthusiasm, creativity and caring approach, you will develop effective working relationships with students, promote learning, encourage positive interactions and build students’ resilience.
Relevant experience is desirable but not essential as a comprehensive induction, full training and support will be provided.
Our Learning Support Assistants will :
You will need to have a commitment to safeguard and promote the welfare of students, be resilient when working with students that present significant challenges but above all, be enthusiastic and optimistic about improving outcomes for students.
The successful applicant will hold a clean driving license for at least the last 3 years as there may be a requirement to take the children out on day trips from time to time.
The school is also in a rural location which is not on a public transport route.
Priory Education and Children’s Services is a leading company in the UK offering independent behavioural care for commissioners across the UK.
With over 100 high quality schools, colleges and homes we focus on making a real and lasting difference for everyone we support.
Sheridan School is a specialist education provider for students aged between 8 and 16. The school provides specialist support for students experiencing social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) difficulties, through an integrated programme of education and therapeutic support.
Students are referred to Sheridan School by local authorities, when attempts to meet their needs in mainstream schools have become problematic and a specialist setting is required.
Many students have an underlying learning difficulty such as Autism, Dyslexia, ADHD, ADD, ODD and working memory difficulties.
Social factors may also contribute to students’ profile and inhibit their ability to learn.
Students are provided with a broad and balanced curriculum, that emphasises practical, functional and experiential learning.
Classes offer a stable and consistent approach with high staff / child ratios. Students have access to a core curriculum delivered by their class team, as well as specialist subject teachers and therapists.