We are looking for a dynamic Outreach Teacher to join our exciting and
innovative Phoenix Outreach Service. Our service supports children and young
people with autism in all Tower Hamlets mainstream school settings. We are
based at Phoenix Special School, providing a unique opportunity to link outstanding
specialist teaching and support with inclusive mainstream settings.
You will be joining an Outstanding School (Ofsted November 2018) with
strong leadership and a committed staff team. Phoenix School is successful,
ambitious and forward-thinking. Pupils
are aged between 3 and 19 and make very good progress with access to an
We are an award-winning school and accredited through the National
Autistic Society; praised for our creative approach to working with children with
The Phoenix Outreach Service supports over 100 settings, including
nurseries, primary and secondary schools. There are approximately 700 pupils on
our service caseload aged between 3 and 19. Tower Hamlets is renowned as a
borough with a very inclusive ethos, and these values are evident in the
schools that we support.
You will be working in a position across a range of primary and
secondary school settings, to support inclusive teaching practice and cultures.
Among other things, the role involves direct work with pupils, curriculum
planning with teachers, devising behaviour support plans, and providing
training for parents and professionals.
It is a varied and exciting role, so the successful candidate will need
to work flexibly and creatively.
- be willing to make an
outstanding contribution to our service
- be committed to high standards
and improving achievement for all
- be able to work in partnership
with parents, governors, other professionals and the wider community
If you feel you have the skills, experience and drive
to take on this role and become a member of our team, we would very much like
to hear from you.
The Governing Body of the school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people, and staff. The Executive Headteacher must ensure that the highest priority is given to following all safeguarding guidance and regulations. The successful candidate will require an enhanced DBS clearance. All of the school's Safeguarding and Child Protection policies are available on the school's website. We welcome applications from suitably skilled candidates regardless of ethnicity, gender, disability, sexuality, religion or age.
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