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Communication Support Worker

East London, London

£75 - £80 per day



Education and Training Education and Training Education and Training

Are you currently looking for a new challenge?

Do you have your BSL Level 46?

Do you have a sincere and empathetic nature?

Do you want a long term position starting from September 2018?

The schools values & ethos:

The primary school is based in East London which is a 2 form school with a provision for deaf children. The school is proud of the achievements of their deaf pupils. Great importance is placed upon giving them life skills and confidence to succeed. They value their achievements, not only academically, but also in their social and emotional development.

The school wants to promote deaf culture consistently; this enables the school to provide access to a range of learning materials using appropriate communication methods to match the needs of the individual deaf learner. The school wants to enable the independence of each individual learner so want to encourage it wherever necessary.

The schools aim is to remove any barrier, in order that the children are Free to Achieve. They aspire for all of their children to be achievers and by adopting the following values, they feel that every child can be successful. Their values: Achievement, Confident, Honest, Independent, Enthusiastic, Value, Excitement, Responsibility, Successful.

  • To be successful for this Communication Support Worker position:

A graduate with 2:2 and above A Levels or equivalent GCSE grades AC in Maths/English/Science To have BLS Level 46 To be able to travel to East London To have knowledge/experience working with BSL individuals Have a sincere and empathetic nature

The Communication Support worker position in East London:

To provide support for the deaf children in your care To provide communication support such as note taking, interpreting or signing to the deaf students in a range of contexts across the school day. To carry out BSL language assessments and devising interventions as appropriate To contribute to the review and target setting process To promote students death culture consistently To encourage pupil independence whenever possible To support death pupils to have a voice during the ECHP process To respond flexibly and positively to requests from class teachers Be able to travel to East London Daily rate £75£80

If you are interested in this communication support worker position in East London click apply now and upload your c.v. Alternatively send your c.v to hannah.payne@academicsltd.co.uk. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Posted 62 days ago

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