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Job Title: SEND Science Teacher Salary: MPS-UPS + SEN Allowance Wandsworth Job Start: September 2021 We are seeking to recruit a Science teacher on behalf of an SEND school in the borough of Wandsworth. The school caters for pupils aged 2-19. The school provides teaching and learning opportunities for a diverse range of visually impaired and sensory impaired children and young people. Their specialism is teaching the visually impaired and multi sensory impaired, providing pupils with innovative and fully accessible learning opportunities. They are rightly proud of their diverse community and they strive for excellence for all of their pupils, both in terms of sensory support and academically. Pupils at the school are happy, stimulated and engaged. They are prepared for lifelong learning and being active citizens in the modern world. They are encouraged to think, explore and engage with the world around them. The school itself is also at the centre of a larger network which provides education to sensory impaired children across a range of other provisions, including mainstream schools, resources bases and special schools. In the first instance, this will be a temporary contract with the school for the entire Autumn term, but there is the possibility that the role could become permanent. This role would be suitable for someone with experience of teaching Science (any specialism) up to GCSE and/or A-level. You will teach Science to small classes of pupils and this role would be ideal for a teacher with previous experience with visually impaired children, or a teacher who wishes to train as a QTVI. The school has a strong ethos of student welfare and therefore any successful applicant will undergo a full enhanced criminal record check (DBS). For more information please contact John Byrne at Empowering Learning Ltd. on .

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