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          Helping you find a career in the learning support assistant industry

          Learning support assistants (or learning assistant) help children in the classroom to get the most out of their education. As a learning support assistant you may be there to help in a particularly large class, but most of the time this role exists to provide 1:1 support for a young person with special educational needs (SEN). Sometimes this role is referred to as a special needs teaching assistant.

          There are a variety of reasons that a young person may need extra support in a classroom. They may have a disability, health issues, behavioral issues or difficult external circumstances that make classroom learning more channeling. A learning support assistant provides extra care to help with these disruptions.

          More generally, learning support assistants may also help the teacher with maintaining a good classroom environment by putting up displays, tidying up, or even helping smooth over a disagreement between students.

          To be a good learning support assistant you must be empathetic and sensitive to the additional challenges that a young person may be facing that affects their learning. At the same time, you must be fair and able to be stern when necessary.

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          What does a Learning support assistant do?

          In a learning support assistant job description, you'll likely find the following responsibilities:

          • Providing support for children with additional educational needs
          • Assisting with general classroom maintenance
          • Helping the teacher to set up for lessons
          • Supervising children
          • Supporting classroom activities
          What hours does a Learning support assistant typically do?

          Learning support assistant jobs can be either full-time or part-time depending on the needs of the school that you're working in. The working hours also tend to be the usual school hours of 9:00AM-3:30PM.

          How much does a Learning support assistant get paid?

          The average learning support assistant salary is around £17,000 if you're in a full-time position. You will find that the salary is slightly higher if the school you are working in is based in London. With experience, this can increase to £19,000.