We are looking to appoint a permanent, committed, and enthusiastic teacher to be the Deputy SENCO at The Beaconsfield School.
This post would ideally suit someone who has a passion for supporting students with special educational needs and is willing to work with a range of stakeholders to implement the schools’ strategic vision to implement outstanding provision for SEND students.
Whilst a SENCO qualification would be an advantage, a willingness to undertake further training is essential as the post holder should be aspirant to be the SENCO in time.
The Beaconsfield School is a smaller than average secondary school. Approximately 20% of the school has a special educational need, progress for our SEND students is well about the national average for students with an Educational Healthcare plan. The SEND department benefits from a purpose build specialist area as well as a dedicated SEN administrator, Literacy support Teacher and eight learning support assistants.
Our OFSTED inspection in February 2019 made the following comments about teaching and relationships at school:
Teachers are wholehearted in their desire for pupils to achieve well. Relationships between teachers and pupils are constructive and are built on trust and mutual respect. This enables pupils to have the confidence to ask for help and support when they are stuck or unsure.
Pupils conduct themselves in an orderly manner. They are welcoming, self-assured and act in a polite and respectful way. Lunchtimes are calm, with groups of pupils engaged in friendly conversation.
The majority of pupils display a positive attitude towards their learning. They are keen to succeed and value the efforts made by their teachers in supporting them in lessons
We are a school that have a desire and understanding of how to succeed and provide an environment that is stimulating to students and staff alike. We understand that this can only be achieved by investing in our staff and ensuring they are supported in their own professional development. We have high expectations of staff, as we do students. If you are someone who wants to develop as a professional and have a real impact on individuals then we are the place for you.
You will be joining a highly skilled staff, who are supportive, show determination and resolve. We have a desire to continue our journey to being the best we can be, we are true believers in ‘Better never stops’ as it is the continual development that makes us what we are. We are also a school where teamwork and enjoyment is central to our success as it is these that keeps us going when times are tough.
The Beaconsfield School has good road links to London, Reading, Maidenhead and Oxford – situated just 5 minutes from the M40 and a 10-minute walk from Beaconsfield Train Station.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All offers of employment are subject to satisfactory references and Enhanced Disclosure Barring Service Checks.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the school and ask to speak to Caroline Legg, Headteacher. For further information about the school please visit our website www.beaconsfield.bucks.sch.uk the vacancy section can be found under Contact Us.
We reserve the right to close the application deadline earlier if necessary
The Beaconsfield School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff to share this commitment. Online searches will be completed for shortlisted candidates and an enhanced DBS will be sought from the successful candidate.
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