Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
SEN Learning Support Assistant role – Aspiring Criminal Justice Officer Milton Keynes- Education and Training – Learning Support Assistant role – Aspiring Criminal Justice Officer- Milton Keynes
This SEN LSA role to begin immediately, focuses on how young people experience shame, we don’t have emotions that we feel for no reason. Having the ability to display empathy is crucial, this work isn’t hypothetical. You will have the opportunity to trial in the school and make an informed decision.
The approach here is “Why do we have to wait for something to go wrong?” That filters through to a Restorative approach, a ‘High challenge, High support approach’.
When children have shame, as awful as this can sound, is useful. Shame can be a teacher and children often do not respond well to shame and it unfortunately drives them to make the wrong decisions and don’t know what to do, when they have done the wrong thing.
Knowing a child’s name, giving them positive praise, these are just some of the restorative elements that help you build a solid relationship, over time, with consistency.
Job Title: SEN Learning Support Assistant role
Location: Milton Keynes
Salary Scale: £85
Start Date: 05/06/23
End Date: 21/07/23, to continue, 01/09/23
Contract type: Contract/Fulltime
This role will give you great foundations in Mental Health and SEN education to take into your Criminal and Youth Justice Aspirations, especially if you aspire to work in Criminal, Youth Justice, and Social justice.
Academics requires someone who wants to sincerely advocate for SEMH children, understanding the student’s successes and challenges, all seen through a clinical and progressive and pragmatic lens.
Youth and Community, Psychology & Criminology Graduates required for this LSA role in Corby, you will be working children aged 7-19 who have low tolerance levels for stress. If you have ambitions within advocacy and social care, this is a good role to start in.
If you are not a graduate, I would still love to hear from you and discuss your objectives and where your compassion and empathy comes from for these sectors.
Being able to raise student’s emotional & academic attainment is crucial, the ability to connect while also having good academic content, is key. But connecting comes first and in an Alternative Provisions and Specialist SEN schools.
At the point of referral to the provision many pupils have additional, associated and sometimes complex needs, which may include ADHD (Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder); ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder); many of the children will have extreme anxiety, pressures from within and outside of school.
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