This Hearing-Impaired Provision supports students through an auditory oral approach, with a strong commitment to helping students develop their vocabulary, grammar and speech. Auditory oral communication requires pupils to use their residual hearing to understand and communicate using spoken language. The benefits of such an approach are numerous, supporting people with hearing impairments to communicate with family in their native language, interact with the general population without the use of an interpreter, and enable greater employment opportunities in the future. The teaching team also works closely with a Highly Specialist Speech and Language Therapist who visits weekly to identify pupils learning targets and develop programmes of study.
Located within a large secondary school site supporting over 1000 mainstream students, Deaf Awareness training is provided to all new students and staff. Inclusivity is a core value that all staff at the school embody and provision staff liaise with mainstream regularly to ensure deaf students have access to both the curriculum and extra-curricular activities.
The HIRB has been purpose built to support deaf students with low ceilings and fitted carpets. All classrooms have sound field systems which are compatible with student's radio aids. Almost all students are equipped with hearing aid, FM systems and audiological equipment and are taught to manage and maintain their own equipment.
The HIRB team consists of a coordinator, two Teachers and a team of specialist Learning Support Assistants (LSAs). A range of intervention strategies are used including: speech and language therapy, precision teaching, reading schemes, talkboxes, games clubs, reverse integration and trips away.
The Teacher would:
*Have a post graduate level teaching qualification
*Have acquired or be willing to work towards a mandatory qualification for Deaf Education
*Work in a well-equipped Hearing Impairment Provision with a specialist team using an auditory oral approach
*Have a proven ability to raise attainment, be creative in the classroom and inspire pupils
*Have high standards of their staff and their pupils as well as strong classroom management skills
*Have strong curriculum and subject knowledge, including Literacy, Numeracy and Science
*Support Hearing Impaired students to successfully learn and grow in a mainstream school environment, building confidence and essential life skills
*Support pupils to be responsible for their equipment and how to manage it and maintain it effectively
*Attend regular training to develop skills and gain up to date knowledge
The school has:
*Been OFSTED rated GOOD
*Around 1100 students aged 11-18 years of age
*Outstanding GCSE and A level achievement, ranking in the top 10% of schools nationally
*An inclusive school and curriculum to ensure all pupils are engaged
*Extensive professional development programmes for all staff to develop their skills
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*We attract top education talent and in return offer top rates of pay
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To join us and be successful in this SEN Teaching role you will need to:
*Hold an Enhanced DBS Disclosure, Overseas Police Clearances (if applicable) and professional reference checks
*Your CV must cover the last 10 years of employment history where possible and any employment breaks must be explained
*You must have the legal right to work in the UK
Click 'Apply now' to be considered for this great position an SEN Teacher in Hillingdon, London or for more information about the role, contact Jade George on 0207 845 5450 / OPTION 3 or email@example.com We look forward to hearing from you and helping take you on the next step of your teaching career.
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