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Learning Support Assistant

Equal Education Partners
Full-time
On-site
Swansea Wales United Kingdom

We are currently recruiting for multiple experienced Learning Support Assistants to support children within a specialist behavioral school in Swansea.

We are recruiting for multiple roles, starting as soon as possible.

We are seeking applications from candidates for Teaching Assistant roles working with pupils in Key Stage 2 & 3.

The roles are full time and the successful applicants would be needed for an immediate start once all compliance checks are completed by Equal.

If you are passionate, nurturing and empathetic and have experience of working with children then we'd love to hear from you!

As a Teaching Assistant, you will be required to:

  • Offer support to the main class teacher providing the learning support required for individual needs either in groups or in a 1:1 setting
  • Safeguard the children in your care
  • Set up equipment and help prepare the classroom for lessons
  • Inspire and encourage pupils within the classroom through individual and group tasks to achieve their learning outcomes


We are very keen to hear from individuals who are interested in this role and other roles we have available. We are here to support you throughout your career progression.


  • Strong literacy and numeracy skills are required for this role.
  • Candidates might have completed Level 2 or Level 3 qualifications in Supporting Teaching & Learning, Childcare or other similar subjects.
  • Equally, strong candidates might have prior experience working with children and/or relevant transferrable skills and experience from a range of different sectors e.g. care, sports, coaching, theatre & performing arts and other areas.

We are committed to being an ethical employer and paying teaching professionals fairly in line with the Welsh Government’s requirements for all teaching staff including our supply teachers who are paid in line with the Main Pay Scale (MPS) where appropriate. The salary for this role is Β£19,000-21,000 per annum (pro-rated, depending on experience).

We deliver:

  • Excellent rates of pay
  • Long term and permanent opportunities
  • A professional and personalised service for all team members
  • A smooth and easy online registration & joining process
  • Regular free CPD training opportunities
  • An excellent refer a friend scheme (cash bonus for every candidate referred to us by you!)