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Position Location Closing Date
Teacher of the Deaf The Elizabeth Foundation 3 Apr 2017
Teacher of the Deaf (Science, Secondary) Blanche Nevile School for Deaf Children 10 Mar 2017
Deputy Head Teacher Longwill Primary School for Deaf Children 6 Mar 2017
Lead Resource Base Teacher (Hearing Impairment Team) SENSS Sensory, Physical & Complex Needs Support Service 5 Mar 2017
Deputy Headteacher Royal Cross Primary School 3 Mar 2017
Teacher of the Deaf Icknield High School 3 Mar 2017
Headteacher Blanche Nevile School for Deaf Children 27 Feb 2017
Teacher of the Deaf Tanners Brook Primary School 27 Feb 2017
Teacher of the Deaf for Early Years and Audiology Cambridgeshire County Council 23 Feb 2017
Teacher of the Deaf Blanche Nevile School for Deaf Children 20 Feb 2017
Headteacher Oak Lodge School 19 Feb 2017
Advisory Teacher of Deaf & Hearing Impaired Children London Borough of Hounslow 19 Feb 2017
Assistant Headteacher: Admissions and Complex Needs Oak Lodge School 15 Feb 2017
Teaching Assistant (Supporting Adult for Communication) Lythe CEVC School 14 Feb 2017
Teacher of the Deaf The Elizabeth Foundation 13 Feb 2017
Work related learning Co-ordinator and PSHE teacher Oak Lodge School 10 Feb 2017
Assistant Headteacher: Teaching and Learning Oak Lodge School 9 Feb 2017
Advisory Teacher of the Deaf Oakleigh Special School 6 Feb 2017
Teacher of the deaf Barnet Advisory Service 6 Feb 2017

Teacher of the Deaf
The Elizabeth Foundation

The Elizabeth Foundation

Southwick Hill Road, Cosham, Portsmouth Hants PO6 3LL
Tel: 02392 372735
Email: mikela.callaway@elizabeth-foundation.org
Web: www.elizabeth-foundation.org/vacancies.asp

An exciting opportunity for a highly motivated Early Years Teacher or Teacher of the Deaf will become available at our Family Centre in Portsmouth, Hampshire, from September 2017.

This is a 4-5 days per week permanent post, with a salary appropriate to the skills and qualifications of the successful applicant, who will be offered any additional training that may be needed.

The Elizabeth Foundation provides a happy and relaxed atmosphere, where staff are committed to newborn hearing screening, parent support, early intervention and pre school education. Our programme focusses on teaching deaf children to learn to listen and speak, so proficiency in sign language is not required.

Candidates must enjoy working with all young children from 0-5yrs, so a working knowledge of the ‘Early Years Foundation Stage’ would be an advantage.

For further information please visit our web-site on www.elizabeth-foundation.org/vacancies.asp

Application packs are available from The Elizabeth Foundation, Southwick Hill Road, Cosham, Portsmouth Hants PO6 3LL, or by emailing: mikela.callaway@elizabeth-foundation.org

For more information, emails to julie.hughes@elizabeth-foundation.org or phone 02392 372735

The Elizabeth Foundation is committed to safeguarding children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Our recruitment practices reflect this commitment and all successful candidates will be subject to enhanced DBS and other checks.

Closing date: 9.00 am on Monday 3rd April 2017
Interview date: Monday 10th April 2017


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Teacher of the Deaf (Science, Secondary)
Blanche Nevile School for Deaf Children

Blanche Nevile School for Deaf Children

North London
Tel: 020 8442 2750
Web: www.blanchenevile.org.uk

Starting September 2017
Secondary age range.
Salary: MPS + Inner London Allowance + 1 SEN point

Blanche Nevile School for Deaf Children, North London
We are an exciting, innovative and successful provision for deaf children aged 3 - 19. We have purpose built provision for deaf children and the secondary department works in partnership with Fortismere School, offering the best of both worlds through quality inclusion and small class specialist teaching. We are looking for an excellent secondary Science practitioner to join our skilled team of deaf and hearing staff with a commitment to a child centred sign bilingual approach.

The successful candidate will be

  • A qualified and experienced Teacher of the Deaf
  • Committed to inspire Deaf students to achieve more
  • Knowledgeable about the new National Curriculum and Key Stage qualifications for Science
  • At BSL Level 1 or above
  • Experienced in teaching Science at Secondary level

Informal visits to the Secondary Department (Burlington Road, Muswell Hill, London, N10 1NJ) are strongly encouraged by appointment. Please call 020 8442 2750.

For further information and an application pack please visit our website on www.blanchenevile.org.uk

Closing date: Noon, Friday 10th March 2017
Interviews: Wednesday 15th March 2017 (AM)


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Deputy Head Teacher

Longwill Primary School for Deaf Children

Bell Hill, Northfield, Birmingham B31 1LD
Tel: 0121 475 3923
Fax: 0121 476 6362
Email: enquiry@longwill.bham.sch.uk

Full Time Post
Deputy Head Teacher (must have Leadership Experience and QToD)
L13-17
Required September 2017 or sooner

Head Teacher - Mrs Alison Carter
Longwill Primary School for Deaf Children, Bell Hill, Northfield, Birmingham B31 1LD
Telephone: 0121 475 3923, Fax: 0121 476 6362
Email: enquiry@longwill.bham.sch.uk

Our highly successful innovative and welcoming primary special school caters for 60 pupils between the ages of 2 - 11 years who are Deaf and require a sign bilingual education. The school has a national reputation as a centre of excellence in Deaf Education. We seek to appoint a committed, skilful and excellent Deputy Head Teacher who has Leadership Experience, is a Qualified Teacher of the Deaf, passionate about learning and wishes to work within our sign bilingual setting.

Longwill is a small, friendly school which offers an excellent education to Deaf pupils from throughout the West Midlands. We are looking for a Deputy who:

  • Is a qualified Teacher of the Deaf
  • Can demonstrate strong leadership of Safeguarding throughout the school, as DSL
  • Has high expectations for pupils and is an excellent communicator.
  • Thinks creatively.
  • Is enthusiastic, motivated and a lifelong learner.
  • Has experience of conducting Performance Management.
  • Can demonstrate oustanding leadership of Curriculum and Assessment

We can offer you:

  • An innovative and exciting special school environment, committed to providing the best opportunities for Deaf children and staff.
  • Delightful and hardworking Deaf sign bilingual children.
  • A supportive environment with dedicated and highly skilled staff.
  • The ability to communicate in British Sign Language at Level 3 is essential.

A commitment to CPD is essential.

Informal visits are strongly encouraged and can be arranged by contacting our School Business Manager - Ms Jacqui Smith on 0121 475 3923 or email j.smith@longwill.bham.sch.uk

Closing Date for Applications: 6th March 2017 at 9.00 am

For further information and an Application Pack please contact the school by phone or email enquiry@longwill.bham.sch.uk Please note that we are unable to accept CV’s.

Interviews to be held week commencing 20th March 2017.

Birmingham City Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check is required for all successful applicants.

Successful applicant(s) will need to provide evidence of their Identity and Right to Work in the UK.


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Lead Resource Base Teacher (Hearing Impairment Team)
SENSS Sensory, Physical & Complex Needs Support Service

SENSS Sensory, Physical & Complex Needs Support Service

The Wheatley Centre, Littleworth Road, Wheatley, Oxfordshire OX33 1PH
Tel: 01865 515966
Web: newjob.tal.net
SENSS Sensory, Physical & Complex Needs Support Service

Permanent Post: 0.8 FTE

Salary: MPR / UPR + TLR 2(1) plus 2 SEN Allowances pro rata for qualified teacher of the deaf

An experienced and highly motivated teacher of the deaf is sought to lead and develop the specialist provision for pupils in the resource base for children with hearing impairment at The Cherwell School in Oxford, commencing 24 April 2017 or as soon as possible thereafter. Depending upon pupil numbers, the role may also involve some outreach teaching and advisory work. Exceptional candidates who do not have the specialist teacher of the deaf qualification, will be considered but will be required to undertake a two year part time training for the mandatory qualification, funded by SENSS.

Working in the Hearing Impairment Team, part of the wider Special Educational Needs Support Services (SENSS), you will join an innovative, dynamic team that is highly regarded by educational settings and other services/organisations in Oxfordshire.

You will be highly effective as a teacher with a good ability to assess, plan, monitor progress and adapt teaching interventions so that there is a notable impact on the quality of pupil outcomes within the resource base.

Your communication and interpersonal skills will be excellent. You will also be resilient, reflective and solution focussed, with high aspirations for pupil outcomes and a strong commitment to inclusive education.

The ability to travel is essential and a mileage allowance is paid.

Visits to the service are encouraged and if you are interested to know more about the role please contact Tonia Harris, Area Manager (Central) on 01865 515966, mobile: 07584 909522.

To apply please visit Oxfordshire County Council’s schools recruitment site where you will also find details of a Teacher of the Deaf post covering a maternity leave.

https://newjob.tal.net/vx/appcentre-external/brand-1/candidate/so/pm/4/pl/7/opp/19394-Hearing-Impairment-Lead-Resource-Base-Teacher-SENSS-OCC2449168/en-GB/posting/25450

https://newjob.tal.net/vx/appcentre-external/brand-1/candidate/so/pm/4/pl/7/opp/19450-Teacher-of-the-Deaf-SENSS-OCC2452535/en-GB/posting/25444

Closing date: Sunday 5 March 2017


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Deputy Headteacher

Royal Cross Primary School

Elswick Road, Ashton-On-Ribble, Preston PR2 1NT
Tel: 01772 729705
Email: recruitment@btlancashire.co.uk
Web: www.royalcross.lancs.sch.uk

Ref: SCH01797
£46,335 - £52,405 a year. Leadership Pay Scale (L8 - L13).

Royal Cross Primary School, Elswick Road, Ashton-On-Ribble, Preston PR2 1NT.

We are seeking an experienced and ambitious qualified Teacher of the Deaf to be our new Deputy Headteacher at this very successful primary special school for deaf children, judged outstanding at its last two inspections. Our school is well established in the local and regional community, and works particularly closely with families. Pupils attend the school from across Lancashire and the North West.

Royal Cross is a small and lively school offering a caring environment with each child valued. We are enthusiastic about learning through enjoyment and dedicated to meeting the individual needs of pupils, including the ability to communicate in whatever way works best. We are looking for an excellent communicator with strong interpersonal skills, who understands the specific needs of pupils in a primary school for deaf children and is committed to an inclusive communication environment as the key to progress and well-being.

This is an exceptional opportunity for an enthusiastic practitioner with experience of working closely with families and of using a multi-agency approach.

Proposed interview date: Wednesday 29 March with a formal visit to school planned for Tuesday 28th March.

The post you are applying for is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders (Exceptions) Act 1975.

Royal Cross is committed to Safer Recruitment. The post is therefore subject to an enhanced DBS clearance and references will be taken up before a job offer is confirmed.

More Information can be found at www.royalcross.lancs.sch.uk

If this sounds like the type of challenge you would relish, please have a look at the school website, where you will find a range of information. Informal, pre-application visits are welcomed and can be arranged by telephoning the Headteacher, Ruth Bonney, on 01772 729705.

Completed applications must be submitted electronically to: recruitment@btlancashire.co.uk

Rehabilitation of offenders Act 1974 - details of any criminal record spent or unspent should be sent to the chair of governors at school address by the closing date

Application forms can be downloaded online or can be requested from: recruitment@btlancashire.co.uk

Closing date: 3 March 2017 at 12 noon.


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Teacher of the Deaf
Icknield High School

Icknield High School

Riddy Lane, Luton, Beds. LU3 2AH
Tel: (01582) 576561
Fax: (01582) 561533
Email: jgiles@icknield.beds.sch.uk
Web: www.Icknield.beds.sch.uk

Required for September 2017

Icknield High School is a highly successful mixed Academy with an excellent reputation, situated in pleasant grounds on the northern outskirts of Luton.

We are seeking to appoint an experienced & enthusiastic Teacher of the Deaf to work with and support students aged 11 to 16 years.

The successful applicant will have responsibility for the Local Authority Hearing Impaired Provision within the school and to provide outreach support.

You will need to be a qualified Teacher with a Post Graduate Diploma in Deaf Education/Education (Hearing Impaired).

Successful candidates will be able to demonstrate:

  • A commitment to the academic progress and emotional well-being of all students within the provision;
  • A commitment to ensuring the Hearing Impaired provision meets Quality Standards as set by the Local Authority;
  • Ability to work in partnership with class teachers and other staff in planning for effective curriculum delivery, including the provision of training for Deaf Awareness and strategies to meet specific needs;
  • Ability to provide professional development for all staff working with Deaf and Hearing Impaired students.

We are justifiably proud of our excellent reputation and believe that we offer both students and staff a caring environment in which they can succeed.

Salary for this position is on the Teachers Main Pay Scale (starting point is subject to relevant experience) plus SEN allowance.

If you are interested in joining our staff team, please contact Mrs Janet Giles, Office Manager for further details and an application pack or email jgiles@icknield.beds.sch.uk. Alternatively, please visit our web site, www.Icknield.beds.sch.uk for further information including a full Job Description.

Closing date: Friday 3rd March 2017 at 12 noon.

Icknield High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. Applicants will undergo appropriate child protection screening including checks with past employers and the Disclosure & Barring Service.


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Headteacher
Blanche Nevile School for Deaf Children

Blanche Nevile School for Deaf Children

North London
Tel: 0207 527 4921
Email: Afia.anjoom-zaman@islington.gov.uk
Web: www.islington.gov.uk

Blanche Nevile Special School London Borough of Haringey School Group: 4
Salary: L24 - L27 (£76,017 - £81,249) per annum Salary negotiable for outstanding candidate.
Start Date: September 2017

Blanche Nevile is a unique provision for children with hearing loss, aged 3-16, situated in the heart of north London and co-located with two excellent mainstream schools. We are a bi-lingual school where British Sign Language is taught and used alongside spoken English. Blanche Nevile is a Haringey maintained school.

We are seeking a leader to make us truly outstanding; a leader with:

  • A passion for special education and commitment to the very best outcomes for children
  • A strong commitment to school improvement
  • The ability to collaborate and build partnerships
  • Capacity to inspire and motivate
  • The vision to take the school from good to outstanding

In return, Blanche Nevile School can offer you:

  • A rewarding opportunity to lead a unique, regional provision for children and young people with hearing loss
  • A fantastic group of pupils
  • A partnerships with two mainstream schools, co-located with Blanche Nevile
  • An enthusiastic governing body, who are committed to taking the school forward
  • A motivated and highly-skilled staff team
  • Significant opportunities to develop the school further, including post-16
  • A north-London location in Highgate and Muswell Hill

For more information on our school, please visit:
www.blanchenevile.org.uk

We would warmly welcome you for a visit to the school. Please contact Deborah Lissowski, the school Business Manager, on 020 8442 2750 to make an appointment.

Closing date: Midday Monday 27th February 2017

Applicants will be advised of the selection date after shortlisting has taken place.

To apply, please go to the following website www.islington.gov.uk and follow the jobs link. If you require any assistance, please contact the Schools’ HR Team on schoolsrecruitment@islington.gov.uk.

Blanche Nevile School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The post is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure. Also, this post is likely to come under the requirements of the Childcare (Disqualification) 2009 Regulations and the successful applicant will be required to complete a declaration form to establish whether they are disqualified under these regulations.


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Teacher of the Deaf
Tanners Brook Primary School

Tanners Brook Primary School

Southampton
Email: info@portswoodpri.org.uk
Web: www.portswood.southampton.sch.uk

Tanners Brook Primary School, part of Portswood Primary Academy Trust, has a specialist Hearing Impaired Unit for Primary children from across the Southampton area. The Unit works in partnership with the Local Authority to support hearing impaired children.

We currently have 12 children in the Unit and are seeking a specialist teacher to contribute to the education of these children.

You will should be a qualified teacher, have BSL and a post graduate qualification in specialist teaching for the Hearing Impaired.

We will offer you excellent support from our teaching assistants in the Unit and access to continued professional development across the Academy Trust.

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment.

Salary is by negotiation and a SEN allowance will be paid. This post is temporary until 31 August 2017.

An application form and job description are available on the Academy Trust’s website (www.portswood.southampton.sch.uk). Please email completed application forms to info@portswoodpri.org.uk by Monday 27 February 2017 (12 noon).


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Teacher of the Deaf for Early Years and Audiology
Cambridgeshire County Council

Cambridgeshire County Council

Email: sibel.djemal@cambridgeshire.gov.uk
Web: publicsectorjobseast.co.uk

Qualified Teacher of the Deaf 1.0FTE with TLR for Early Years and Audiology Salary: maximum MPS/UPR plus SEN 1 or 2 plus TLR2.1 depending on experience and qualifications

This post offers an exciting and interesting opportunity for a successful, committed and motivated Teacher of the Deaf to work with children/young people who have a range of hearing losses and their families as part of Cambridgeshire’s Sensory Support Team.

As part of the Team’s management group you will have line management responsibilities and be able to collaborate in the strategy and planning of Service delivery. You will hold a caseload of pupils and be expected to support colleagues on Early Years processes as well as supporting audiology. The Sensory Support Team is committed to improving the outcomes for children and young people with hearing impairment, promoting independence and access to the curriculum.

You will be required to work in any school in Cambridgeshire and will provided with a laptop and smartphone for work purposes. You will be based at Babbage House or Amundsen House alongside other teams who support children and young people with SEND. However, much of your work will be carried out in schools and other settings.

Please note:
Qualified teacher status is essential
Qualified teacher of the deaf (QToD) status is essential

The Children’s Sensory Support Team is committed to safeguarding. This role is a Regulated Activity. All appointments are subject to safeguarding in recruitment checks, including enhanced criminal record checks through DBS.

Closing date: 12pm Thursday 23rd February 2017
Interviews: Monday 6th March 2017

For further information please contact: Sibel Djemal Team Manager
Email: sibel.djemal@cambridgeshire.gov.uk

Link to job https://publicsectorjobseast.co.uk


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Teacher of the Deaf
Blanche Nevile School for Deaf Children

Blanche Nevile School for Deaf Children

North London
Tel: 020 8347 3760
Email: admin@blanchenevile.org.uk
Web: www.blanchenevile.org.uk

To start September 2017
Primary age range
Salary: MPS + Inner London Allowance + 1 SEN point

Blanche Nevile School for Deaf Children, North London
We are an exciting, innovative and successful provision for deaf children aged 3 - 19. We have purpose built provision and the primary department works in partnership with Highgate Primary School, offering the best of both worlds through quality inclusion and small class specialist teaching. We are looking for an excellent primary practitioner to join our skilled team of deaf and hearing staff with a commitment to a child centred sign bilingual approach.

Ofsted Report 2012
“The pupils make excellent progress in their personal development and self-confidence”.
‘The care of pupils is outstanding’.

The successful candidate will:

  • have high expectations and excellent planning and differentiation skills
  • have BSL level 2 or a commitment to train
  • have excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • promote effective inclusive education for deaf pupils
  • be flexible with a commitment to work in partnership with a mainstream team

Teacher of the Deaf qualification desirable but not essential. Experience across the primary age range desirable as is experience of teaching children with SEN. Additional support and training will be given if required.

Informal visits to the Primary Department (Storey Road, North Hill, Highgate N6 4ED) are warmly welcomed by appointment. Please call 020 8347 3760.

For further information and an application pack please visit www.blanchenevile.org.uk Completed applications should be returned to admin@blanchenevile.org.uk

Closing date: Noon Monday 20th February 2017
Interviews: PM, Friday 24th February 2017


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Headteacher
Oak Lodge School

Oak Lodge School

101, Nightingale Lane, London SW12 8NA
Tel: 020 8871 7967
Email: csschools@wandsworth.gov.uk
Web: jobs.richmondandwandsworth.gov.uk

HEADTEACHER required for September 2017
Salary: £90,868- £103,115 (including £5,377 Residential Allowance)
Location: 101 Nightingale Lane, London SW12 8NA

Oak Lodge is a special school for students between 10 and 19 who have hearing, speech, language, and communication needs. We have a highly successful Residential unit. The school runs Deaf First, a traded service providing communication support for students in colleges and classes for adults with hearing impairment.

This is a school where you can make a real and lasting difference to the young people in our care. We are highly ambitious to provide our students with the best education and preparation for a happy and successful life in the adult world.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate who will:

  • Be an inspirational leader who can shape and deliver our strategy
  • Have the passion and energy to raise the level of achievement and outcomes for all our students
  • Be robust in meeting the challenges of a changing educational landscape and increasingly complex needs
  • Build strong relationships with all our stakeholders and the outside world

We would welcome visits to see the school , meet students and staff, and have the opportunity to ask further questions. Please contact our Business Manager Karen Chapman to make an appointment on 020 8673 2137

We encourage applicants to make online applications wherever possible. If you choose to submit your application by email rather than using our online website, completed applications should be submitted to: csschools@wandsworth.gov.uk, please call to confirm the receipt of your application.

For further information on the school, please view our website at www.oaklodge.wandsworth.sch.uk

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of students and vulnerable adults This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check. We are an equal opportunities employer.

For further information and to apply online visit https://jobs.richmondandwandsworth.gov.uk or contact Lily Toppo, HR Officer, on 020 8871 7967 or email csschools@wandsworth.gov.uk

Closing date: 19 February 2017 - Interview date: 28 February 2017


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Advisory Teacher of Deaf & Hearing Impaired Children
London Borough of Hounslow

London Borough of Hounslow


Ref: R0002059
Mainscale + TLR2b + SEN 1 (Outer London)
Full-Time & Part-time positions (x 2)ription

We are seeking to appoint highly experienced, enthusiastic and motivated advisory teachers of deaf and hearing impairment, to join the multi-disciplinary SEN Specialist Support service that includes experts in visual impairment and physical disabilities/complex medical needs.

Applicants that do not have the mandatory qualification for the full time position but are undergoing and/or willing to undertake the training are invited to apply. Applicants for the part-time position should be fully qualified. The positions are available either on a full-time or part-time basis.

The posts will provide an exciting opportunity for lively and committed teachers to work with children, young people and their families as well as facilitating the inclusion of pupils with hearing impairment in mainstream schools. The work of both teachers will cover all ages and abilities.

The successful candidates will need to have substantial successful experience of working with children, ideally in primary and secondary settings with hearing impairment needs. The candidates must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, have a strong team ethos and be able to motivate, challenge and inspire colleagues, school staff and other professionals. The ability to provide advice, support for individual pupils is essential.

Hounslow is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people, and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment.

We provide a comprehensive staff development programme.

Applicants should have a current driving licence, and have the use of a car, for which a mileage allowance is paid.

We would like the persons appointed to start as soon as they are able.

If you would like an opportunity for an informal discussion about the post, please speak to the Head of Service: A Gupta (020 8583 6334).

Please CLICK HERE to view Job Description and Employee Specification.

Closing date: Mid-night 19th February 2017
Interview Date: To be agreed

*Please indicate on the supporting statement which position you would like to apply for.*


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Assistant Headteacher: Admissions and Complex Needs
Oak Lodge School

Oak Lodge School

101, Nightingale Lane, London SW12 8NA
Tel: 020 8673 3453
Fax: 020 8673 9397
Email: recruitment@oaklodge.wandsworth.sch.uk
Web: www.oaklodge.wandsworth.sch.uk

Leadership Scale L7 - L11

Oak Lodge School is a Good School (OFSTED 2016) with an Outstanding residential provision, for deaf and language impaired students aged 10-19. From September 2017 the school has been approved as a mixed special school for 100 pupils with hearing impairment, speech, language and communication needs. There are 15 residential placements (weekly boarding).

Oak Lodge is in the Borough of Wandsworth but takes in pupils from across London. It is situated near to both Wandsworth and Clapham commons with good transport links. Parking is available on-site.

The school follows a student-centred multi-modal approach to communication. We would like to welcome you to become part of our vibrant and innovative learning community. You will have the opportunity to work in a happy and harmonious school which promotes the highest standards and is at the forefront of special education. We are an inclusive school where every student and member of staff is valued highly. Pupils are enthusiastic and friendly and enjoy a varied academic and vocational curriculum.

We are looking for a highly motivated senior leader to support and assist the Headteacher and Deputy Headteacher by providing dynamic and professional leadership and management to reflect ’policy in practice‘ by sharing and modelling the school‘s vision and values in everyday work and practice, developing and motivating staff, setting high expectations, embedding learning and teaching strategies and raising achievement, contributing to our rigorous and on-going self- evaluation and taking responsibility for leading specific areas/initiatives to secure further school wide improvements.

The Assistant Head: Admissions and Complex Needs plays a pivotal role in ensuring that the additional needs of the pupils at Oak Lodge are assessed and met. You will be supported by the therapy team. You will be responsible for overview of the EHCP reviews and staff supporting individual pupils.

An information pack, including a Job Description and Person Specification can be found on the School‘s website: http://www.oaklodge.wandsworth.sch.uk
Alternatively an application pack can be found on the Wandsworth Council website https://jobs.richmondandwandsworth.gov.uk/

For further information on this post and to arrange a visit, please contact the Acting Head Christine Mukasa. Applications should be emailed to recruitment@oaklodge.wandsworth.sch.uk or posted to Karen Chapman at the school address.

Closing date: noon on 15th February 2017
Shortlisting will take place on Monday 20th February
Interviews will be on Wednesday 22nd February

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS check.


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Teaching Assistant (Supporting Adult for Communication)

Lythe CEVC School

High Street, Lythe, Whitby, North Yorkshire YO21 3RT
Tel: 01947 893373
Email: admin@lythe.n-yorks.sch.uk

Salary: £15.50 per hour (term time only)
Contract: Permanent to work with a child with a Statement of SEN

Lythe CEVC Primary School is a mainstream primary school with a happy, welcoming and supportive learning community which cherishes its Christian ethos and works to make the school a peaceful place to grow, share, think, laugh, pray, play, learn and care.

We are seeking a full time Supporting Adult for Communication to work under the direction of the Class Teacher to meet the communication needs of one profoundly deaf child in Year 1, providing high quality access to the National Curriculum and full inclusion in all situations, in all aspects of school life. The postholder needs to be able to provide Total Communication, combining a minimum of BSL Level 3 with Cued Speech Level 2, and be able to respond sensitively to the child’s needs.

We can offer a beautiful, purposeful working environment, a dedicated and talented staff team and comprehensive, accredited training in both BSL and Cued Speech. A recruitment and retention allowance may be available for the right candidate. Relocation expenses may be payable in appropriate circumstances.

Please note that this post is to work with a child with a Statement of SEN.

Please contact admin on admin@lythe.n-yorks.sch.uk or 01947 893373 for further details about the position. Applications can be emailed directly to school via this address. Prospective candidates are welcome to visit the school; please telephone to arrange a mutually convenient time.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.


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Teacher of the Deaf
The Elizabeth Foundation

The Elizabeth Foundation

Southwick Hill Road, Cosham, Portsmouth Hants PO6 3LL
Tel: 02392 372735
Email: mikela.callaway@elizabeth-foundation.org
Web: www.elizabeth-foundation.org/vacancies.asp

The Elizabeth Foundation for deaf children and their parents

An exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic, energetic classroom Teacher of the Deaf, with particular expertise in early years, will become available at our Family Centre in Portsmouth, Hampshire, from March 2017.

This is a 4-5 day per week permanent post, with appropriate salary for a suitably qualified and experienced candidate.

You will be working in a happy and relaxed atmosphere, where staff are committed to newborn hearing screening, parent support, early intervention and pre school education. Our programme focusses on teaching deaf children to learn to listen and speak.

Candidates must enjoy working with all young children from 0-5yrs, so a working knowledge of the “Early Years Foundation Stage” would be an advantage.

Applicants must be totally comfortable working with parents and have empathy and a good understanding of the needs of parents of newly diagnosed babies.

For further information please visit our web-site on www.elizabeth-foundation.org/vacancies.asp

Application packs are available from The Elizabeth Foundation, Southwick Hill Road, Cosham, Portsmouth Hants PO6 3LL, or by emailing: mikela.callaway@elizabeth-foundation.org

For more information, emails to julie.hughes@elizabeth-foundation.org or phone 02392 372735

Closing date: 9.00 am on Monday 13th February 2017
Interview date: Friday 24th February 2017


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Work related learning Co-ordinator and PSHE teacher
Oak Lodge School

Oak Lodge School

101, Nightingale Lane, London SW12 8NA
Tel: 020 8673 3453
Fax: 020 8673 9397
Email: recruitment@oaklodge.wandsworth.sch.uk
Web: www.oaklodge.wandsworth.sch.uk

MPS/UPS plus SEN 1
SEN 2 for Teacher of the Deaf qualification

Oak Lodge School is a Good School (OFSTED 2016) with an Outstanding residential provision, for deaf and language impaired students aged 10-19. From September 2017 the school has been approved as a mixed special school for 100 pupils with hearing impairment, speech, language and communication needs. There are 15 residential placements (weekly boarding).

Oak Lodge is in the Borough of Wandsworth but takes in pupils from across London. It is situated near to both Wandsworth and Clapham commons with good transport links. Parking is available on-site.

The school follows a student-centred multi-modal approach to communication. We would like to welcome you to become part of our vibrant and innovative learning community. You will have the opportunity to work in a happy and harmonious school which promotes the highest standards and is at the forefront of special education. We are an inclusive school where every student and member of staff is valued highly. Pupils are enthusiastic and friendly and enjoy a varied academic and vocational curriculum.

Our school needs an enthusiastic teacher who wants to further develop WRL. There are up to 30 sixth form pupils on the vocational pathways for whom WRL is a key component of their curriculum.

Depending on timetabling the WRL teacher will also deliver some PSHE

To apply for this post, please visit our website at www.oaklodge.wandsworth.sch.uk. For further information on this post and to arrange a visit, please contact the School HR officer: recruitment@oaklodge.wandsworth.sch.uk

Closing date: noon on Friday 10th February 2017
Shortlisting and interviews will take place week beginning February 20th

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS check.


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Assistant Headteacher: Teaching and Learning
Oak Lodge School

Oak Lodge School

101, Nightingale Lane, London SW12 8NA
Tel: 020 8673 3453
Fax: 020 8673 9397
Email: recruitment@oaklodge.wandsworth.sch.uk
Web: www.oaklodge.wandsworth.sch.uk

Leadership Scale L7 - L11

Oak Lodge School is a Good School (OFSTED 2016) with an Outstanding residential provision, for deaf and language impaired students aged 10-19. From September 2017 the school has been approved as a mixed special school for 100 pupils with hearing impairment, speech, language and communication needs. There are 15 residential placements (weekly boarding).

Oak Lodge is in the Borough of Wandsworth but takes in pupils from across London. It is situated near to both Wandsworth and Clapham commons with good transport links. Parking is available on-site.

The school follows a student-centred multi-modal approach to communication. We would like to welcome you to become part of our vibrant and innovative learning community. You will have the opportunity to work in a happy and harmonious school which promotes the highest standards and is at the forefront of special education. We are an inclusive school where every student and member of staff is valued highly. Pupils are enthusiastic and friendly and enjoy a varied academic and vocational curriculum.

We are looking for a highly motivated senior leader to support and assist the Headteacher and Deputy Headteacher by providing dynamic and professional leadership and management to reflect ‘policy in practice’ by sharing and modelling the school’s vision and values in everyday work and practice, developing and motivating staff, setting high expectations, carrying out appropriate assessments, embedding learning and teaching strategies and raising achievement, contributing to our rigorous and on-going self-evaluation and taking responsibility for leading specific areas/initiatives to secure further school wide improvements.

The Assistant Head: Teaching and Learning will be responsible for further developing an appropriate and personalised curriculum so that all pupils maximise their progress. S/he will also help ensure outstanding lesson delivery across the school.

For further information on this post and to arrange a visit, please contact the School HR officer: recruitment@oaklodge.wandsworth.sch.uk

Closing date: noon on Thursday 9th February 2017

Shortlisting and interviews will take place week beginning February 20th We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS check.


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Advisory Teacher of the Deaf
Oakleigh Special School

Oakleigh Special School

Tel: 020 8359 7708
Email: Julie.breedon@barnet.gov.uk

  • Salary Range Salary Range: Teachers Leadership Scale L7 to L10 (L6 if training required)
  • Full time and Part-time applications considered.
  • Required Easter 2017
  • Fixed term post (5 years initially)
  • Located: North London Business Park

Oakleigh Special School are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic Teacher of the Deaf to work as an advisory teacher in Barnet Local Authority Hearing Impairment Team. As part of our long term contract with Barnet Local Authority we will be appointing a Teacher of the Deaf to work full time in Barnet LA Inclusion services (specifically the HI Team). The HI team are a friendly and professional service working with children and young people who have a hearing impairment across the Barnet community.

A desirable criteria is the Teacher of the Deaf qualification, although we are also accepting applications from experienced teachers who are willing to undertake the mandatory training.

For more information please refer to the job description and person specification. To arrange a visit or to discuss the post further please contact Julie Breedon (Barnet Specialist Team Lead)

Julie.breedon@barnet.gov.uk
020 8359 7708 / 0793 2237 9743

Closing date: Mon February 6th - 9am
Shortlisting for interview: Mon February 6th
Interview date: Thursday February 9th


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Teacher of the deaf

Barnet Advisory Service

Tel: 020 8359 7708
Email: Hannah.Mansfield@barnet.gov.uk
Web: jobs.islington.gov.uk/job/v628562

Full-time, Permanent
Salary grade: Soulbury Scale 13-15
Actual salary: £47,640 - £50,067 per annum

We are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic Teacher of the Deaf to join our friendly and professional team working with children and young people who have a hearing impairment.

Applications are welcome from experienced teachers who are willing to undertake the mandatory training.

To arrange a visit or to discuss the post further please contact: Julie Breedon on 020 8359 7708 or julie.breedon@barnet.gov.uk

To apply please complete an application form which is available from http://jobs.islington.gov.uk/job/v628562 and send it by email to Hannah.Mansfield@barnet.gov.uk

Closing date: Monday 6th February 2017 at 9.00 am
Interview date: Thursday 9th February 2017

We value diversity.


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