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A Qualified Teacher of Vision Impaired

St Paul's Catholic SchoolMilton Keynes


(TMS/UPS + LA SEN Points)

January 2021 (1fte but part time will be considered)

The person appointed will join a well-established and experienced vision impairment provision within the Sensory-ICT Team which is based at St. Paul’s Catholic School.  You will be supporting children and young people with a vision impairment as a peripatetic teacher and working in partnership with families in the home, settings and schools across Milton Keynes.  You will hold the mandatory Teacher of the Vision Impaired Qualification (QTVI).  A knowledge and understanding of Braille is an advantage. There is the opportunity for a suitable candidate to train to become a Qualified Teacher for MSI and take a leading role in supporting pupils with MSI in mainstream schools. 

St. Paul's is a growing and successful Catholic school which continues to celebrate and promote Science through our previous college status.  Our commitment to excellent teaching and learning can be demonstrated through bespoke CPD opportunities and through the management of a growing and successful training school.

All staff members are committed to the care and success of pupils and working in a setting where values of forgiveness, concern for others and respect are shared as the core values of St. Paul’s regardless of faith. 

For further details and an application form please visit the school website, e-mail or call 01908 669735 

Closing date for applications Tuesday 7th  December 2021 at 9.00am

All appointments are subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure.  St. Paul’s is committed to the safeguarding of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  

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