Deputy SENDCo

St Cuthbert Mayne School, Torquay, Devon

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Job details

Job role SEN specialist
Working pattern Part-time only
Salary Grade G 18-23 £19,478.97 at G18

Job summary

Catholic Diocese of Plymouth and Anglican Diocese of Exeter
St Cuthbert Mayne School
Joint Roman Catholic and Church of England School
Trumlands Road, Torquay, TQ1 4RN
Tel: 01803 328725 www.st-cuthbertmayne.co.uk

Deputy SENDCo
Required September 2020
Grade G18-23
(£19,478.97 at G18)
35 hours per week
8.30 am – 4.00 pm to include a 30 minute unpaid lunch
This is a permanent post

The Governors are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and positive member of the Learning Support Team to be our Deputy SENDCo at St Cuthbert Mayne School.

The Key Purpose of the Post
To assist in leading and managing the provision of special educational needs learning support; and to take on the role of Deputy SENDCo to support high quality learning, teaching and behaviour, effective use of resources and high standards of achievement and progress for all students. To support the Assistant Headteacher in charge of SEND in their day to day work.

Key Duties
To assist the Assistant Headteacher responsible for SEND by:
Being a team leader for learning support
Undertaking preparation work for Annual Reviews
Facilitation of the Annual Review R meeting and contribution to the writing of the report
Liaison with outside agencies including the Educational Psychology service.
Screening students for Learning Difficulties
Preparing evidence for a Requests for Statutory Assessments
Ensuring access arrangements are in place for students sitting examinations including preparation of form 8s.
Updating the SEND register
Supporting the transition process for SEND students
Ensuring the quality of learning plans and passports
Any other reasonable duties commensurate with the role
To have a clear understanding of the SEND Code of Practice and Equality Policy.

For further information, and Application Form can be found on our website at:
https://www.st-cuthbertmayne.co.uk/support-staff-vacancies/ together with a Job Information Pack and Person Specification..

Please contact Mrs Julie Webb if there are any problems with this via email julie.webb@stcm.torbay.sch.uk;
Closing date: Thursday 2nd July at 10am
Interviews: w/c Monday 6th July. Interviews will be conducted online via Google Meet.

Applying for the job

Further information, an Application Form together with a Job Information Pack and Person Specification, can be found on our website.

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School overview

School type LA Maintained School, Roman Catholic/Church of England
Education phase Secondary
School size 869 pupils enrolled
Age range 11 to 18
Ofsted report View Ofsted report
School website St Cuthbert Mayne School website (opens in a new window)
Contact email julie.webb@stcm.torbay.sch.uk

About St Cuthbert Mayne School

St Cuthbert Mayne School is a Joint Roman Catholic & Church of England School that welcomes all students from across Torbay and South Devon regardless of their faith background. Our school community is made up of students and staff from Christian and non-Christian backgrounds who are respectful of our Christian ethos.

There are currently 900 on roll, including 133 students in the Sixth Form. The teaching accommodation is of mixed age but well-resourced and maintained.

It is an exciting time to be joining the school as we start the next phase of our journey to provide an outstanding, inspirational and challenging Christian education for all students. Our children only get one chance! As a result we have a relentless focus to ensure that our children get access to the best possible teaching through a vibrant and engaging curriculum so that they live life to the full both now and in the future. This will be a challenging but very rewarding post. If you want to work in a school that is committed to developing you as a professional and you want to make a difference to the life chances of our children then we want to hear from you.

The school was last inspected by Ofsted in November 2016 graded the school to be good, in every category. The statutory inspection of Anglican/Catholic Schools also conducted in November, graded the school to be good in all areas. Both reports can be found on the website www.st-cuthbertmayne.co.uk.

STCM is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced disclosure via the Disclosure & Barring Services (DBS), references and other employment checks.     

School location

Trumlands Road, Torquay, Devon, TQ1 4RN