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Behaviour Support Assistant

Calling all SEN Teaching Assistants with experience supporting children with highly challenging behaviour!

Envision Education are seeking a Behaviour Support Assistant on behalf of a mainstream primary school based in Feltham. This role will be to support a child with ODD and behavioural challenges on a one to one basis.

The position is full-time, long-term and start immediately - trials are taking place this week.

About the school:

This school is a great place to be, with their core values based around creating a safe and welcoming community for their staff, parents, pupils and visitors. With their personal development, behaviour and welfare judged to be outstanding in their latest Ofsted inspection, members at this school are dedicated to ensuring a positive learning environment for their pupils.

About the role:

  • Support pupil in Year 3 with ODD and challenging behaviour
  • Implement effective behaviour management strategies
  • Adopt a vigilant approach support your key pupil and ensure safeguarding policies are followed at all times
  • Build a strong rapport and encourage positive progress
  • Support the child to overcome learning barriers


  • 1 year of experience as an SEN TA
  • Experience supporting children with challenging behaviour is essential
  • Must be available full-time and immediately

Why Register with Envision Education:

  • Highly competitive pay rates
  • Friendly and supportive team committed to guiding and assisting you through the process of finding and securing you a long term or permanent position
  • Specialist experience in securing quality roles for aspiring educational professionals
  • £100 bonus paid for each successful referral

This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who would like to further their career working as a Learning Support Assistant. Apply with your full up to date CV asap!

Pay rate is dependent on qualifications, experience and skills.

Envision Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Envision Education is also committed to following a policy of equal opportunities.

We respect and value cultural and religious diversity and will not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, religion, race, sexual orientation, ethnic origin, culture or disability.

You must be a UK resident or hold a full UK visa and be willing to complete a Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) check.

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