Multi-sensory Impairment Teacher needed in Newham to start in February 2018
This is a full time, long term role
The unit caters for 5-16 year olds. They provide education, care and medical support for people of all ages who have Multi - sensory and other complex needs. If you have experience with VI and HI students then this will be an advantage.
To develop the academic capabilities, social and communication skills and understanding of pupils, focusing on successful and purposeful learning. To lead the class team by example and direction, ensuring the highest quality of education and care for every pupil.
- To be proactive in safeguarding children
- To meet the requirements of the National Teaching Standards
- To develop and implement schemes of work and lesson plans in line with the requirements of the National Curriculum
- To ensure that schemes of work contain practical, interesting and contextual opportunities to learn
- To organise the learning environment and develop resources in order to facilitate learning
- To establish positive relationships with pupils and to develop close, professional relationships with parents/carers
- To use assessment tools effectively and according to school deadlines, to record pupil progress
- To foster enthusiasm for learning
- To ensure that pupils are challenged in their learning and aim to achieve their full potential
- To share responsibility for the well being, safety and behaviour management of pupils in line with the school’s policies
- To demonstrate excellent practice and work collaboratively and supportively with colleagues
- To work in partnership with all stakeholders
- To strive to meet the needs of the pupils
- To develop knowledge of teaching pupils with ASD and Aspergers Syndrome in line with developments and best practice and to share this with colleagues
- To keep accurate records in line with school policies
- To develop and maintain good communication with all stakeholders
- To maintain confidentiality
- To maintain a healthy work/life balance
All staff at the school are expected to work within the school’s Safeguarding Policy in order to ensure the safety and happiness of the pupils and to report all concerns to the Designated Safeguarding Officer appointed by the school.
- To participate in performance management
- To attend staff meetings as required
- To follow school and Group policies
- To implement the school’s policies regarding behaviour management and positive handling
TLTP Group is an Equal Opportunities employer. Subject to observance of all UK and EU current legislation we shall not discriminate to exclude individuals on the grounds of age, race, colour, gender (birth or reassigned), sexual orientation, disability, religion or belief, marital status, ethnic or national origin, health, pregnancy, childcare responsibilities or criminal records. Candidates from such groups are actively encouraged to apply.
If you feel you have the desired qualities and are looking for a new challenge please apply with an up to date CV.
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TLTP has over 11 years' experience in Education recruitment. We work with Primary and Secondary schools as well as mainstream and non-mainstream SEN settings across London and the Home Counties. We recruit for teachers, support staff, management roles and non-teaching roles. This means you can count on us to help find you a rewarding career that is right for you.
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