Position title
Behaviour Support Assistant – Fantastic South London School – To Start ASAP

Here at ASQ Education, we aim to find the best School Support Staff available and help you find the role that will allow you to flourish. We are currently looking to recruit multiple Learning Support Assistants to assist within the SEND Department of an outstanding secondary school in South London.

Preferably, the school are looking for candidates who own prior experience working within a SEND department or those who own relative experience working with vulnerable children or those who have mild to severe learning differences. The school are also open to graduates who are open to the possibility of training to become teachers.

The position is starting ASAP and runs until the end of the academic year. The school are also open to those looking to start new roles from September.


The Role

In the role of a Behaviour Support Assistant, you will be expected to support & assist key pupils throughout the school day. The team you will be working with are supported by trained professionals and a caring, sincere SENCo who will support you throughout the day. As well as co-operating with parents or carers, students, and external agencies to ensure safeguarding laws are always adhered to.

The SEND/Inclusion Team would prefer someone who is energetic, enthusiastic & dependable. You will work both 1:1 with your key student and, at times, you will direct sessions of group learning. Alongside key school staff, you will have access to existing behaviour plans that you will use to help improve pupil behaviour witnessed in classrooms. Through time and experience, you will build a healthy working relationship with your key pupil so you can mentor and guide them, ultimately increasing overall attainment.

As such, anyone with a background centred around working within a SEND or inclusion team as well as a recognised ability to support children and young people to improve their learning & behaviour will be highly regarded.


The Ideal Candidate

  • Experience in working with children who have SEND (Essential)
  • The capacity to form honest working relationships with students, parents or carers and colleagues alike
  • You must have good oral and written communicative skills
  • Good organisational and time management skills
  • To be adaptable and flexible and show that you have a patient and caring approach to the work you do
  • To understand that you must be a leading role model for students and colleagues
  • This is a secondary school with outstanding professional development
  • A job that makes you feel good! This role is for those who wish to finish every day feeling as though they have made a real difference to the local community


The School

The school has a modern and progressive SEN department with excellent facilities and is led by an incredibly supportive SENCO. This would be a great opportunity to join a vibrant and friendly team that is open to further opportunities and development. The school also has great transport links from central, west, and south London.


How To Apply

We look forward to hearing from you, please email your CV to alex@asq-education.co.uk or visit our website and apply online at www.asq-education.co.uk


About Us

ASQ Education partners with a variety of exceptional primary, secondary and SEN schools across London and the Home Counties to offer you the latest and best selection of educational positions. 

We will help you find the right short term, long term or permanent role in a school and location that suits you. Whether you are searching for a teacher’s role in a primary school, a supervisor’s role in a secondary school, or a learning support assistant role in an SEN school, we will work closely with you to ensure you get the job that you want.

We are also here to guide you through every step of the recruitment process and provide a wealth of resources and expert advice to support you in your search for the perfect role.

Job Location
South London
Base Salary
£75 - £95 Per Day
Date posted
May 31st, 2022
Working Hours