Annual or full time equivalent (FTE) salary
- £31,778 - £41,604 + £2,873 TLR
- £19,066 - £24,962 + £1,723 TLR
SENCo and Inclusion Lead job summary
Join us in Providing a Great Education for Every Child
CSET is committed to equal opportunities and encourages applicants from all backgrounds and communities, as we recognise the importance and benefit this has for our children.
Lyde Green Primary School is excited to be recruiting a talented and motivated individual to join us as our SENCo.
Job title: Special educational needs and disabilities coordinator (SENDCO) & Inclusion Lead ( Main School)
Salary: £31,778 - £41,604 (Dependent on experience) + £2.873 TLR Pro rata to 0.6 FTE
Contract type: Permanent
Lyde Green Primary is a fresh and exciting new school based at Lyde Green near Bristol. Our aim is to inspire and encourage a passion for lifelong learning in our children, sparking curiosity, promoting creativity and nurturing developing passions to ensure that our children grow and thrive on their journey through school. Our curriculum places huge importance on reading and a love of books. It also promotes the ‘big ideas’ of diversity, society and exploration.
Our dedicated team of staff model themselves as lifelong learners and put our children’s best interests at the heart of everything they do and they work hard to ensure children remain challenged, motivated and engaged with their learning throughout their time with us.
The school currently has 458 children comprising three EYFS classes, three Y1, three Y2 classes, two Y3, two Y4, one Y5 and one Y6 class. In September 2022 this will grow to just over 500 children and the school will continue to grow annually, eventually across two sites. Lyde Green Primary School also has a Specialist Access Centre for up to 16 children with a diagnosis of ASC (Autistic Spectrum Conditions)
We value kindness, resilience and tolerance and expect our children and staff to demonstrate these values daily. We also believe in the importance of courage when trying new things, collaboration and teamwork to achieve things together and the importance of always being respectful to one another.
We can offer you:
A brand-new school with modern resources in which you can make your mark;
A commitment to CPD and development of all staff, including collaborative support within the school and the Trust to allow all staff to thrive
a fantastic opportunity to develop your career in a growing school.
A clear curriculum vision and focus on evidence-based practice
Commitment to inclusivity and fostering of diversity
Values, ethos and vision that are lived
An open and honest culture
About the role
The post holder will:
have operational oversight of our provision for our children with SEND and others who are vulnerable to underachievement.
lead the provision for SEND in the mainstream school including managing our team of experienced SEN Teaching Assistants, working under the direction and support of the Access Centre Lead for SEND
act as a deputy designated safeguarding lead and be the designated teacher for looked after and previously looked-after children within the school. In addition, the role will incorporate responsibility for EAL and those children who are NtE.
an excellent understanding of the Code of Practice and its related processes.
be able to lead by example in your manner and delivery of interventions.
be confident in providing support by advising and guiding teaching in order to ensure teaching staff support children in successfully making the next steps in their learning.
be passionate about providing high quality SEND education and provision across the school.
already have the National Award for SEN Coordination, or have a willingness to complete it within 3 years of appointment
In order to apply for this role please complete an application form by Thursday 20th May at 12 noon.
Interviews will be held on Wednesday 25th May.
If you think this is the role for you, we would love to hear from you. A tour of the school would be beneficial and this can be arranged for most afternoons by appointment. Please contact the school office to book a visit if you are able to.
Please know that depending on the number of applications received we may decide to close the advert early. If you do not hear from us by a week after the closing date then please assume that you have not been shortlisted for an interview. We wish you all the best in your future and ask that you join our E-Teach Talent Pool so as to keep up to date with all of our latest current opportunities.
CSET is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful candidates are subject to child protection screening appropriate to the post, which will include an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check for the children’s workforce and a Children’s Barred List check.
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