This job expired on 26 June 2022
Job start date
1 September 2022
26 June 2022 at 11:59pm
30 May 2022
Full-time equivalent salary
- MPS 1 – 6, £25,714 - £36,961 plus SENCo allowance £2,270
[220526A] SENCo job summary
Hill View Primary Academy, Reach South Academy Trust is seeking to appoint an experienced SENCo to join the School in September 2022.
Location: Hill View Primary, Hill View Road, Bournemouth, BH10 5BD
FTE Salary Range: MPS 1 – 6, £25,714 - £36,961 plus SENCo allowance £2,270
Contract Type: Permanent, part time.
Contract Hours: 4 days (26 hours) per week; Monday to Friday
About the role
We are looking to appoint a fully qualified SENDCo to assist the inclusion lead, in leading the provision for special education needs of pupils in the school, and overseeing the schools SEND strategies and policy. The successful candidate will also be an integral part of the Safeguarding Team.
About the successful candidate
You will need to have:
• A passion for teaching and learning
• A clear understanding of high quality teaching
• Enthusiasm, ambition and a caring attitude
• A keenness to work as part of a team
• High expectations of achievement and behaviour
• A strong commitment to inclusion
Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Rigorous checks will be made of the successful applicant's background credentials, including an enhanced DBS check.
About the Trust
Reach South is a young and developing Trust which operates across the South West of England with the aim of delivering all through 3-19 education. We operate 14 academies in Plymouth, Bournemouth, Dorset and Wiltshire. We are building this Trust on a clear set of values, behaviours and curriculum principles. At the heart of those values and principles is a belief in our young people and a determination to support them to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes to become the successful citizens for today and all of their tomorrows.
Our core business is delivering exceptional education for children and young people with a mission to help all pupils aspire to achieve beyond the expectations that others put on them. We do this through the development of a talented and committed workforce. In order to deliver exceptional opportunities for learning, we need highly motivated staff across all parts of the organisation.
Teachers within Reach South belong to a national community of professionals, and benefit from a wide range of networks and development opportunities across the Trust. In time, our best teachers are able to work across schools, develop specialisms and step up to leadership roles within and beyond their own academy. The Trust provides a strong culture of collaboration and support, together with high expectations for staff and pupils alike.
Those we recruit are able to demonstrate that they share our values, are highly motivated to work with colleagues, within and beyond their school, to continuously develop their skills and pursue professional excellence.
If you think this role may be for you and want to be involved at this exciting time in our development and have any questions about the position, please get in touch by calling the Recruitment team on 07759365064 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date: for applications is Sunday 26th June 2022
Interview Date: Interviews are provisionally booked for Wednesday 6th July 2022
To apply for this opportunity, please complete our online application form which can be found on the Tes Website click ‘quick apply’ on the advert or access by following link below:
Opportunities and Benefits
We offer a competitive salary plus TPS pension, great career progression and development opportunities, access to our Employee Assistance Programme with many other benefits.
We’re proud of how we support our staff in order that you have high levels of job satisfaction, are aware of the difference you are making for the children and families you work with and can see your contribution towards our community. There are regular opportunities for professional development and training, and a wider community of staff to network with within Reach South Multi Academy Trust. You will have the chance to visit other local schools, work alongside a range of outside professionals and take part in a variety of e-learning and face-to-face training.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Each post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.
Reach South Academy Trust has an Equal Opportunities Policy for selection and recruitment. Applicants are requested to complete the Equal Opportunities Monitoring section of the application form before submitting.
Please note that Reach South Academy Trust is a licenced Sponsor for CoS applications and therefore can consider applications from candidates eligible to apply for Teaching and Teaching Leadership roles (only). For all other roles applicants are required to provide the required documentation where a candidate does not need a Skilled Worker Visa.
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About Hill View Primary School
- School type
- Academy, ages 4 to 11
- School size
- 625 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 4 to 11
About the School
Hill View Primary Academy provides a happy, secure and stimulating learning environment for every child. Life and learning at Hill View is memorable – we aim to create happy memories children can take long into the future, as well as the skills necessary to succeed. Our teachers and teaching assistants are highly trained and well experienced in all aspects of primary education, meaning our children are supported, encouraged and well-led throughout their time with us.
Hill View Primary is a successful, highly regarded three-form entry primary academy with a PAN of 630. The Academy was inspected in December 2018 and received a Good rating: ‘Cross-curricular links add purpose to pupils’ learning and enable them to apply their skills and understanding in different subjects. Additionally, leaders have ensured that the school’s focus on pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is reflected in the curriculum.’