City Schools Partnership seeks a SENCO who will:
that Bankwood meets all the legislative requirements of the SEND code of
that Bankwood meets all legislative requirements for the Pupil Premium
widely with other settings, supporting transition for SEND pupils at all stages
of their primary education
collaboratively with teaching and support staff to improve outcomes and
provision for all pupils with SEND and pupils identified as vulnerable
on the pupil premium strategy, including linking with the Governing Body, to
close the gap between Pupil Premium and Non Pupil Premium Children.
CPD to all staff around pupil premium strategy and provision for SEND with
specific focus on managing and monitoring interventions in school for SEND and
and sustain community links and relationships with parents in particular to
support the needs of vulnerable learners and their success in school.
with other settings in Steel City Schools Partnership and more widely in the
city in order to ensure best practice at Bankwood but support best practice
for all Sheffield SEND/Vulnerable Children
significant liaison with other leaders in the school and across the Trust to
ensure a coherent approach to the day to day and longer term strategy for
excellent relationships with a range of professionals working within the field
of SEND and Pupil Premium, including SCSP Inclusion Director, locality and city
SENCO networks so that barriers to learning and outcomes are removed.
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