- Job role
SEND responsibilities (special educational needs and disabilities)
- Working pattern
- Part time
- Contract type
- 0.4 FTE
We are looking for an enthusiastic, qualified Teacher of the Deaf.
You will join our multidisciplinary outreach service, which is commissioned by the London Borough of Waltham Forest. This is a chance to work in a joined-up service that promotes inclusion for EY settings, mainstream school staff, children and their families in the borough.
As an outreach teacher you will support multi-agency settings, schools and parents by:
• offering tailored advice and support for staff working with hearing-impaired students
• providing whole school training and individual staff training covering best practice and the latest ideas and guidance.
• working directly with students
• supporting parents and carers including some home visiting
• working in partnership with other agencies
• helping with the creation of online training and guidance materials and videos
The work will be with pupils across the Primary and Secondary age range. Own transport is a necessity.
• Exceptional Continuous Professional Development programme;
• Strong focus on staff welfare and wellbeing;
• Engagement forums which allow all team members the chance to be heard on matters relating to the running of the Trust and our schools;
• Excellent employment package including Training and Development, interest free loans for bicycle purchase, childcare voucher scheme, generous Local Government and Teacher Pension Scheme and an Employee Assistance Programme offering advice and counselling.
SEN 1 or 2 (depending on experience)
Applying for the job
To download an application form, visit www.whitefieldacademytrust.org.uk/jobs or contact the Human Resources Department: email@example.com
- School type
- Academy, ages 2 to 19
- Education phase
- School size
- 358 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 2 to 19
About Whitefield Schools
About Whitefield Academy Trust
With an ethos based on enjoyment, achievement and wellbeing for all, Whitefield Academy Trust seeks to open up the world for children and young people with SEND. Located in Waltham Forest, the Trust comprises Joseph Clarke School (for children with vision impairment and /or additional needs), Whitefield School (for pupils with complex needs including autism, learning difficulties and sensory and physical impairments), Professional Development Services and the highly successful Project SEARCH East London.
We are expert in serving children and young people with SEND and giving them the tools, skills and confidence to move on to the next stages of their education and lives.