Contact InformationContact Personnel Assistant
020 8531 3426
More InformationTeacher for Children with a Vision Impairment Outer London Main/Upper pay scale, Plus 1 or 2 SEN points (depending on qualifications and experience). Initial 1 year contract.
We are looking for an enthusiastic QTVI to join our multidisciplinary outreach service.
As an outreach teacher you will
• offer tailored advice and support for staff working with vision-impaired students
• provide whole school training and individual staff training covering best practice and the latest ideas and guidance.
• work directly with students including those learning or using Braille
• support parents and carers
• work in partnership with other agencies
Own transport is a necessity. This is a one year contract, and you will join the team from September.
About Us: Whitefield Schools and Joseph Clarke School are part of the Whitefield Academy Trust. We have an international reputation for expertise, resources and research.
Joseph Clarke School is well- known for teaching visually impaired and complex needs pupils. We are situated in the North East of London within the Borough of Waltham Forest, but cater for pupils who come from many different Local Authorities.
Our Research and Development Centre provides support, training and resources for both school staff and other professionals, also hosts an excellent library and an Outreach Service which supports pupils across 4 Local Authorities. 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.
Download application form from our website: http://www.whitefield.org.uk/jobs or telephone the Personnel Assistant for an application form and further details, at Macdonald Road, Walthamstow, London, E17 4AZ, Tel: 020 8531 3426.
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Email application forms to: Personnel@whitefield.waltham.sch.uk
Closing date: 5th September 2018
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