Leadership, SEN specialist
Leadership Point 2-6 (£43,251-£47,735)
To lead and manage all aspects of inclusion and intervention for pupils with SEND at the Academy.
To support the Principal in the communication of the vision, effective management and operational efficiency to fulfil the ethos of the Academy.
To be responsible for the day-to-day implementation of the Academy SEND policy.
To ensure that the Academy upholds its duties and complies with legislation according to the SEN Code of Practice.
To co-ordinate, monitor and develop provision for students with SEND according to national and local guidelines, the SEND policy, handbook and academy procedures.
To raise standards of attainment and achievement across the whole area and to monitor and support students’ progress.
To develop effective working practices with staff, parents, agencies and the governing body.
To support the Principal to ensure that all teachers plan and teach lessons that are accessible to, and raise attainment of, all students.
To support all pupils with medical needs, to ensure full integration into the Academy
To promote and provide equality of access and opportunity across the Academy
To contribute to the Academy’s aim of raising standards of attainment and achievement
To share and support responsibility to monitor opportunities for personal and academic growth.
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1201 pupils enrolled
11 to 16
About The Ruth Gorse Academy
Working as part of The GORSE Academies Trust, Ruth Gorse Academy ensures that students receive an outstanding education focuses on aspiration, high expectations and personalisation. Together these non-negotiable values instil in young people a self-belief enables to access the highest standard higher provision employment. We believe poverty deprivation should, no way, limit either quality person’s educational experience or levels achievement which those are able rise. In July 2017 exceptional nature our work at was recognised by Ofsted; we would encourage you read Outstanding Ofsted report is available website. September 2018 brought with it first cohort Year 11 Academy. have doubt will reap benefits immersion within culture their examination results. passionate about ensuring opportunity actively choose next steps opposed having avenues closed off them due poor results qualifications. Our pastoral care, support guidance expect any successful candidate be mind-set where they anything possible. Likewise, professional body also from CPD personalised your particular needs experience. Led Sir John Townsley, nationally renowned Trust strong united. As regular opportunities partnership colleagues other secondary academies across phase. At level, two four been graded has recently joined achieve World Class Schools Quality Mark Award.