SEN and Inclusion, HI Team
Buckinghamshire Learning Trust

Location: Buckinghamshire
Job Type: Part-Time Permanent and Supply Teachers
Salary: Teachers Pay Range plus SEN Allowance of £3218.50 per annum

Buckinghamshire Learning Trust is a Charitable Trust working with the Local Authority and education providers to support continuous improvement. In Aug 2013 more than 300 staff transferred from the Local Authority to the new Trust which now delivers a range of services to support leadership, management and improved outcomes for children and young people as well as schools and early years’ settings across Buckinghamshire and beyond.

The SEN and Inclusion, HI Team is looking for a part time, supply Specialist Teacher- Hearing Impaired to promote the appropriate inclusion of children and young people with special educational needs, through providing advice and support, as determined by the Local Authority, to schools and early years settings and, where appropriate, to parents/carers and other involved agencies through the organisation, monitoring and development of the specialist team. You will be required to teach pupils within schools and settings and to carry out such other associated duties as are reasonably assigned by the Service Manager STS. You will hold a DfES Qualified Teacher Status Qualified as Teacher of the Deaf (QTOD) and have significant, relevant experience which must include a proven track record of classroom teaching. You will have evidence of further training in SEN Experience of working with pupils with Hearing Impairment, peripatetic/outreach support and knowledge of needs arising from Hearing Impairment and knowledge of equipment and resources to support pupils with SEN. You will have the ability to liaise effectively with other professionals and adapt readily to change and work in a variety of situations.

The job involves but is not limited to contributing to an efficient and effective Specialist Teaching Service. You will teach, according to the special educational needs of the pupils assigned to you in the allocated caseload as requested and monitor and review the progress of identified children and young people against agreed objectives and stated outcomes. You will assist the school in meeting their responsibilities in providing appropriate support and enabling curriculum access for pupils with SEN as a result of Hearing Impairment and increase the knowledge and skills of school staff on the management of the learning environment, the design of suitable teaching interventions and the use of appropriate resources/equipment and methodology. You will support the Head teacher / SEN Co-ordinator in planning Service delivery and will oversee the provision requirements of the Newborn Hearing Screening Programme and the Modernisation of Children’s Hearing Aid Service (MCHAS). You will also lead on the development of improved co-ordinated working with the HI teachers in Additionally Resourced Provision (ARPs) in schools.

If you are interested, please contact for more information and to obtain an application form.

Closing date: 18th September 2015

Interviews: w/c TBC

Buckinghamshire Learning Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and continuously improving the educational experience for each and every student in Buckinghamshire and expects all staff to share this commitment.

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