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Visual Impairment Teacher jobs London

  • Location: Bromley
  • Start date: 24 Jan 2018
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE10975031
  • Branch: London SEND South Central
  • Consultant: Leanne Wilson
  • Call: 02032 197745
Job description
Visual Impairment Teacher (VI) jobs in Bromley to teach small groups of ASD pupils

*** Experienced VI Primary & Secondary Teachers
*** Bromley
*** ASAP start / Long or Short term opportunities
*** Rewarding, great opportunity for career development

Protocol Education is currently recruiting for experienced, qualified visual impairment teachers to work within a SEND setting. You will be responsible for teaching students who are visually impaired, supporting them along their learning journey. You will simply need to have a good understanding of the curriculum and be able to implement focus as well as having compassion and patience to be able to adapt to cater for a variety of learning needs. The pupils have a mixture of learning needs, for example; Nonverbal, physical disabilities, speech and language difficulties and/or autism (Low to Mild)

There are support specialists assigned to each pupil to encourage continuous development and academic progression.

It would also be an advantage if you are you sufficient in Braille

You will be required to plan and deliver lessons as well as keeping personal progression and development plans for each of the students to make sure all their personal needs are met. The successful candidate will be resilient, patient and have a careering nature as well as being able to overcome the daily challenges that arise while working in the SEN provisions of Education.

Benefits of the teaching here include;

• Excellent pay rate
• Creative teaching flexibility
• Career progression and development


Contact Leanne Wilson at Protocol Education on 0208 971 1284

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