Deadline is tomorrow

  • Expected start date

    1 September 2021

  • Application deadline

    14 May 2021 at 12:00pm

  • Date listed

    28 April 2021

Job details

Job role
SEN specialist
Working pattern
Full-time only
Contract type
MPS/UPS + TLR 1b (£9,564)

Job summary

We have an exciting opportunity for a Lead SENCO to lead the Special Needs Department at The Windsor Boys’ School and provide leadership to other SENCOs across the growing number of schools in the Windsor learning partnership. This pivotal role will include leading, developing and supporting effective practice for students with SEND, ensuring all schools within the Trust meet the standards set down in relevant legislation and codes of practice. The SENCO will lead a team of dedicated staff in establishing and implementing a range of support and interventions for SEND students to ensure each learner achieves their full potential.

Required for September 2021, the successful candidate will be an experienced SENCO and a well-qualified and enthusiastic Teacher. You will also be passionate about inclusion, a champion for all students with SEND and an advocate for some of our most vulnerable students. You should be confident with using data to evaluate the impact of support and interventions.

There are five schools in the Windsor Learning Partnership at the moment – two upper schools, one middle school and two first schools. The Trust is committed to working with other schools in the Windsor area.

Applying for the job

If you are interested in applying for this position please access the The Windsor Boys’ School’s website where further information can be found: or alternatively email Mrs Howarth at

Supporting documents

If you need these documents in an accessible format, please contact the school.

School overview

School type
Education phase
School size
896 pupils enrolled
Age range
13 to 18
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About The Windsor Boys' School

The Windsor Boys' School is a 13-19 boys' school which seeks to retain the best of traditional ethos based upon over 100 years achievement, with modern, forward- thinking approach that prepares young men for success in 21st century. We provide our students variety challenging opportunities learning, development and growth. They will learn personal social involves taking responsibility not only themselves, but also all those around them. Our be measured both by first-class examination results extent we an environment are happy can flourish. To achieve this, aim where: • every student has opportunity reach his full potential through lessons academically engaging; there enthusiasm encouragement effort celebration success; fairness, hard work discipline respected all; outstanding provision extra-curricular activities; feel valued active member community; well-equipped life diverse changing society. curriculum broad balanced offering learning across range subjects, personalised appropriately meet individual needs. Although large core subjects on offer, deliver high quality STEM pathways vocational qualifications too. delivers very positive value added score consistently above average pupil progress: school’s progress 8 measurement strong places us significantly boys’ nationally. Students’ attainment mathematics other at GCSE outstanding, quite achievement considering comprehensive intake. sixth form genuinely top 10% schools nationally added. At A level wide academic successfully delivered, 62% grades A*-B 2018. There have always been rates university entrance nearly gaining their first choice place university, including two four who go Oxbridge each year. This now many area achieving its famous sporting prowess. great emphasis developing teaching increasing standards learning. All teachers contribute real action research as part professional often subject teams. For newly qualified programme support from mentors team leaders, well timetabled training sessions. aspiring leaders run programmes enable them experience middle leadership senior gain appropriate qualifications. Experienced follow OTP (Outstanding Teachers’ Programme). long history working GTPs lead provider Schools Direct. co-curricular provides tremendous all, especially arts sport, more specialised activities, like physics society, debating club Duke Edinburgh awards. Students represent national international level. sport and, rowing. boat house nearby Thames under 18s won coveted Fawley Cup Henley six times last twenty years. Football seen growth recent years, culminating U16 winning FA cup Similarly rugby teams play against major public tour Australia Canada. Athletics, hockey, squash cricket strong. sports pavilion, extensive playing fields AstroTurf pitch, tennis courts. specialist college gains Artsmark Gold award. Drama famously good ambitious collaborating girls Girls' School. excellent drama studio, performing studio exhibition hall. Imaginative cross-curricular languages collaboration praised Ofsted. Music formidable – kind instrumental tuition bands orchestra, jazz band, close harmony singers choir performed Albert Hall. successful Queen, enjoyed International Network Leaders Beijing. expectations behaviour expect relationships between teacher student. pupils atmosphere relaxed civilized - boys look you face smile teachers. relationship creates safe enables was recently inspected Ofsted February 2018 given resounding ‘good’ judgement, post-16 being declared ‘outstanding.’ founding Learning Partnership academy multi trust Girls’ School, local schools. Plans expand further afford staff alike shape next stage development.

School location

1 Maidenhead Road, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 5EH

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