Teacher of the Deaf
For the in-school Provision for Deaf Children.
Salary: MPS/UPS + 1 or 2 SEN points depending on experience and qualifications
Required: September 2019
Ofsted "Good"– March 2019
Roding Primary School and Nursery with provision for deaf children is a welcoming school where everyone is ‘Free To Achieve’. The dedicated staff, amazing group of children and committed governors work hard to support strengths, improve weaknesses and remove any barriers that may prevent reaching potential. To this end we work as a team, following the school values:
At Roding we are:
Aspirational, Confident, Honest, Independent, Enthusiastic, Valued, Excellent, Respected, Successful
This is an exciting opportunity for a suitably qualified and experienced teacher to join our large provision. We are currently supporting around 40 children, who are spread across the entire Early Years and primary age range. Children are taught according to their individual communication need, but predominantly a total communication approach is provided. You will be working alongside our own full time SALT, CSWs and a large team of specialist Teaching Assistants. Signing skills or a willingness to train, would be a requirement.
An experienced Teacher of the Deaf would be our ideal candidate, however applications are also invited from teachers with experience of Special Needs who are willing to undergo training.
We can offer you:
• A very friendly and supportive staff and children who love to learn
• A well-resourced working environment
You are warmly invited to visit our school and find out more about this post. To arrange a visit, please email us as per the details below or telephone Caroline Durrance, Office Manager, on 020 8504 3706.
To apply for this post, please see our school website www.rodingprimary.co.uk where you can download the job pack and email your completed application form to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date for applications: 11.59pm on Tuesday 16th July 2019.
Roding Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974; the successful applicant will be expected to undertake a satisfactory disclosure. References will be taken up prior to interview and the post is subject to a successful Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.