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Qualified Teacher of the Deaf – Waltham Forest (0.4fte)
You will join our multidisciplinary outreach service, which is commissioned by the London Borough of Waltham Forest. This is a chance to work in a joined-up service that promotes inclusion for EY settings, mainstream school staff, children and their families in the borough.
As an outreach teacher you will support multi-agency settings, schools and parents by:
• offering tailored advice and support for staff working with hearing-impaired students
• providing whole school training and individual staff training covering best practice and the latest ideas and guidance
• working directly with students
• supporting parents and carers including some home visiting
• working in partnership with other agencies
• helping with the creation of online training and guidance materials and videos
The work will be with pupils across the Primary and Secondary age range. Own transport is a necessity.
SENDsuccess is an outreach service for Waltham Forest schools and parents. We support mainstream schools to help their pupils who have sensory impairment, autism, learning or cognitive disabilities. We provide support for pupils with sensory needs from 0-18 years.
Whitefield Academy Trust comprises:
Whitefield Schools – an outstanding school based in Walthamstow which provides specialist education for pupils with complex needs including communication and interaction difficulties.
Joseph Clarke School – based nearby in Highams Park and highly regarded for its expertise in visual impairment.
The Trust Schools attract pupils from North and East London and surrounding counties and together have more than 450 pupils on roll.
Our Professional Development Centre provides support, training and resources for both school staff and other professionals. It also hosts an excellent library.
Waltham Forest as an area combines the best aspects of vibrant city living with easy access to some beautiful green spaces. It has excellent transport links.
The Whitefield Academy Trust is uncompromising in its commitment to safeguarding children and young people.
The Trust is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive community – a place where we can all be ourselves and succeed on merit, ensuring best practice in our recruitment process is essential to our commitment.