Teacher of the Deaf
Teacher of the Deaf
Dedicated to providing high quality lessons to deaf children and young people in their provision.
To apply for this position, you will be a QToD with a robust knowledge of the requirements for safeguarding and child protection, and the strategies and technologies used to remove barriers to learning for babies, children and young people who are deaf. You will be an outstanding teacher, with the ability to work with children and their families across a range of different settings and have high aspirations for pupil outcomes. You will have knowledge of current SEND policy and practice and a broad and experience-based knowledge of special educational needs and disability.
You will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and be creative, resilient, reflective, adaptable and solution focused. You will have excellent IT skills and the ability to manage a caseload, including both advisory and direct teaching, to support deaf children aged 11-18 You will have a strong commitment to ensuring that pupils have a nurturing, engaging and positive learning experience.
The School is located near Kilburn Park Station and also offer onsite parking, the headteacher has also created a safe, nurturing, and inclusive environment where all students can thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. They are proud to be the lead Trauma Informed School in the area, recognising that trauma has a profound impact on learning and behaviour.
Click 'Apply now' to be considered for this great position as a Teacher of the Deaf in Westminster or for more information about the role, contact Raj Joshi on 0207 845 5450 (Option 3) / firstname.lastname@example.org
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