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Learning Support Assistant

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SEN Learning Support Assistant (LSA)

Are you passionate about helping children with special educational needs thrive? Do you excel in a supportive, community-focused environment? If so, we have the ideal role for you!

Position: SEN Learning Support Assistant (LSA)
Location: Haringey, London
School: 2-Form Entry Primary School
Start Date: September
Salary: Up to £110 per day

About Us:
Become a part of our lively and inclusive primary school in Haringey. We are committed to providing outstanding social, emotional, and mental health support for our students. Our school values collaboration and professional development, ensuring our staff enjoy a positive work-life balance.

What We Offer:

  • Great Work-Life Balance: Manageable workloads and a supportive environment that prioritizes your well-being.
  • Excellent Training Opportunities: Continuous professional development to enhance your skills and career growth.
  • Supportive Senior Leadership Team (SLT): Work with a dedicated leadership team committed to your success.
  • Shared Planning: Collaborate with experienced educators to develop and implement effective learning strategies.
  • Community Values: Join a school that fosters strong relationships and a sense of belonging among students, staff, and parents.


  • Provide personalized support to students with special educational needs.
  • Assist in implementing Individual Education Plans (IEPs) and behavior support plans.
  • Work closely with class teachers and the SENCO to deliver targeted interventions.
  • Foster a positive and inclusive learning environment.
  • Support students' social, emotional, and mental health needs.
  • Confidently support the learning of groups of children, including those with EHCPs and pupils with ASC/Communication and language needs.


  • Education: Must have a degree.
  • Experience: Previous experience in a primary or SEN school is essential.
  • DBS: Must have a current DBS on the update service or be willing to apply for one.
  • Knowledge: Must have knowledge of SEND needs and strategies that support independent learning.
  • Proactive: Must be proactive and willing to go the extra mile.
  • Role Model: Must be an excellent, positive role model.
  • Teamwork: Able to work positively in a team.
  • Skills: Good levels of English and Maths.

Join us and make a meaningful impact on the lives of children with special educational needs. Apply today!

Dunbar Education is committed to the highest standards of safeguarding to ensure the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, to share this commitment. To adhere with safer recruitment procedures and guidelines, all registrations will be required to fill out our application form in, to receive work. This will be subject to pre-employment checks including an enhanced DBS disclosure and satisfactory references. Dunbar Education is an equal opportunities employer and recognises the value of and seeks to achieve a diverse workforce in schools. We welcome applications from all backgrounds. Dunbar Education is a member of ASPCo compliance plus, for more information please refer to our recruitment & selection policy statement.

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