Teacher of the Deaf

Job Details


Band/Grade  MPS/UPS + 2 SEN (qualified) / 1 SEN (unqualified)

We are seeking to recruit a creative, innovative and experienced Teacher of the Deaf to join our team of professionals working with Deaf and Hearing Impaired children across the Sensory Service within the Additionally Resourced Centres (ARC). This post will initially be based at Swain House Primary School.

You will work as part of a team of specialist staff to contribute to the effective and efficient teaching and learning for Deaf and Hearing Impaired pupils at Swain House Primary School Additionally Resourced Centre (ARC) and will:

Teach and support Deaf and Hearing Impaired pupils in the primary mainstream ARC with reference to their education, social and emotional development, liaising with mainstream teachers, parents / carers and other professionals, agencies and services as appropriate.

Ensure the assessment and recording of pupils’ achievements and progress within statutory requirement and those of the school and Sensory Service.

Participate in appropriate meetings with colleagues and parents / carers relating to all duties in this document, preparing reports and other documentation needed to ensure Deaf and Hearing Impaired pupils’ needs are identified and appropriately met.

We will be willing to consider applications from outstanding teachers who wish to train as a Teacher of the Deaf.

Closing Date: 3 January 2020

To apply for this post please go to:  https://bradford.engageats.co.uk/Vacancies/W/6973/0/254847/15138/teacher-of-the-deaf-269349


Department of Children’s Services
Start Date
February 2020
Job type
Contact Details
Christine Cashman Lead Teacher of the Deaf on 01274 639049 or email christine.cashman@swainhouse.bradford.sch.uk.
Added to site
Dec 9th, 2019

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