Communication Support Worker - Central London - September 2021

Support Staff - South East London

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Communication Support Worker - Central London - September 2021

Are you passionate about supporting deaf children with their learning and communication needs?

Are you BSL level 3 qualified with a competent level of fluency?

Are you keen to further your BSL communication skills in a dedicated provision for deaf children?

I am actively seeking an engaging Communication Support Worker with BSL Level 3 for a specialist deaf provision in a school in Central London. The specialist provision are seeking a 1:1 CSW to support a pupil who will be in Year 10.The role will be to support the student in core subject lessons and offer general support across the school.

About the specialist provision for deaf students 

The specialist deaf provision is based in a secondary school in Central London and caters for up to 8 students.

The provision is well equipped with resources, technology and has a wide range of materials. 

The students are fully integrated into the mainstream classes and the provision is very much focused and dedicated to inclusion

What you can expect as a CSW – BSL specialist 

  • Experience of working in a specialist school for the D/deaf
  • To be part of a fantastic deaf support team who run a variety of deaf awareness events including BSL recognition week and many more
  • Being part of wider school community with a commitment to signing
  • Excellent experience and training for aspiring Teachers and of the deaf, SEN Teachers and Speech and language Therapists

CSW BSL Specialist TA/LSA requirements:

  • BSL Level  3 (Signature or iBSL accredited qualification).
  • Good level of fluency
  • Passionate about inclusion

Although experience supporting children specialist deaf schools/provisions/ is certainly beneficial I would also love to hear from individuals who hold BSL level 3 and are looking to take their first step into education settings so please get in touch!

Interested in hearing more?

If you want to hear more about our SEND opportunities, please get in touch! You can apply by response to this advert! or email me on Sophie@psinclusion.co.uk

If you are not contacted within 5 working days, unfortunately, you have been unsuccessful for this role. However, we will keep your CV and you are welcome to contact us to discuss your SEND career development.

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