Reply Tue 3 May, 2016 05:21 am
Hi all,

I've been looking at different courses and jobs in the education sector and am quite interested in "school learning support officers" which I'm assuming is like a teachers aide. I live in Sydney NSW and was wondering if anyone had any information regarding this job. What the pay is like? What the job is like? Do you work school holidays? Is it the same hours as a teacher? Do you get paid school holidays? Anything at all would help so please feel free to share any information! Thank you Smile
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Reply Fri 13 May, 2016 04:26 am
I'm not sure but as I know that these are the teachers who help students to improve their skills and try to improve their academic grades. It's kind of extra classes for the students arranged by the school management.
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