Main purpose of the Role:
To support the Pupil Support Team (SENDCo) with administration tasks required to safeguard and support the children and young people at Glebe Farm School.
To comply with the Trust’s policies and procedures in respect of:
➢ Health, Safety and Security
➢ Data Protection
To provide general administrative support for the Pupil Support Team
To keep and maintain all records relating to Safeguarding and SEN files
To uphold confidentiality at all times
Take minutes of meetings ensuring accurate records are kept
To produce and input data onto spreadsheets
To maintain staff training records
To maintain SEN documentation for starters/leavers
To undertake any other administrative tasks if required.
To step in and support children who need time out.
To be on call to support teachers where needed
To support intervention groups
Schools benefit from a flexible approach to working arrangements – because of this, the tasks and responsibilities listed here are not definitive. Head Teachers may require particular additional duties to be undertaken to suit the specific school’s requirements and these may be incorporated in the role requirements as long as they are at a similar and appropriate level to the other listed duties.
Be aware of and comply with policies and procedures relating to Safeguarding, health & safety and security, confidentiality and data protection, reporting all concerns to an appropriate person.
Treat pupils and staff with dignity, building relationships rooted in mutual respect and at all times observing proper boundaries appropriate to professional position
Attend relevant meetings
To maintain confidentiality
To report to line manager, or other appropriate person, in the event of awareness of bad practice.
Work cooperatively and collaboratively with all colleagues
To be computer literate and proficient in Microsoft Office, e.g. Word, Excel, Outlook
To have a professional and sensitive approach.
Generic Responsibilities of all Trust Employees:
To exemplify and uphold the Trust’s vision, values and ethos at all times particularly with regards to children’s wellbeing and emotional development.
To follow Trust policies
To work in a co-operative and polite manner with all stakeholders.
To follow the child protection procedures and ensure that children’s safety and wellbeing is never compromised
To be polite, cooperative, and positive when communicating to other staff
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