The successful candidate must:
- Have experience as a SENCO.
and deliver excellent teaching with a strong record in KS2 (teaching commitment
to be confirmed).
- Be able
to work under pressure within a strong team focused towards challenging goals.
high expectations of every child enabling them to make exceptional progress.
excellent organisational and communication skills and be able to manage their
- Knowledge of leading and managing the EHCP
process and ensuring all applications for funding is identified, accessed and
- Able to
co-ordinate support for children from specialist outside agencies.
- Knowledge of a wide range of children’s needs
and demonstrate knowledge of robust strategies and understanding of the
challenges children with specific needs face.
- Able to
effectively lead a team of teachers and teaching assistants and manage the
provision for pupils with additional needs across the whole school.
- Be an
excellent practitioner who can inspire, challenge, support and empower others
in the delivery of SEND provision for all children with special educational
needs and disabilities.
- Demonstrate a passion for supporting children
through the curriculum who face challenging circumstances.
- Committed to helping children access learning
to make accelerated progress.
- Have knowledge of specific interventions and
how to measure impact of these interventions.
- Able to work well as part of a team, and across
a range of stakeholders.
- Be keen to take a full and active role in the
life of the school.
- Be keen to learn and develop their
skills as a school leader.
Are you an outstanding teacher? Are
you looking for a position in Senior Leadership? Are you a creative, inspiring,
and dynamic leader with a passion for SEND? Do you have a
strong understanding of the Code of Practice and a commitment to providing the
best possible support for pupils with SEND? If so, we want you to join our team
as our Special Educational Needs Disabilities Coordinator (SENDCO).
Scientia Academy is a popular two form entry primary school with a
nursery, we are committed to inclusion and provide a safe, nurturing
environment where all children thrive. We are passionate about realising the
life chances for every child.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to lead SEND across our school.
We are seeking to appoint an outstanding, enthusiastic, highly motivated and
dedicated Assistant Head Teacher who will play a major role in the leadership
and development of the school as part of our effective Senior Leadership Team.
We are looking for someone who has a passion for SEND, inclusion
and behaviour management and who shares our very high expectations of
children’s learning, achievement, and behaviour. You will be able to demonstrate that you are
an outstanding, experienced classroom practitioner, an inspirational leader who
can motivate pupils and colleagues with strong and proven leadership skills and
that you are committed to working in partnership with pupils, parents,
governors, and the wider community.
The school welcomes applications from both experienced SENDCOs and
those already working towards the recognised SENCO qualification (NASENCO).
At REAch2 we recognise that those who work in an academy are in a unique position in their care of children. The responsibility for all staff to safeguard pupils and promote their welfare, as stated in Section 175 of the Education Act (2002) is one that is central to our ethos, our policies and our actions. All children are deserving of the highest levels of care and safeguarding, regardless of their individual characteristics or circumstances, and we are committed to applying our policies to ensure effective levels of safeguarding and care are afforded to all our pupils.
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