carry out the duties as detailed in the SEN Code of Practice and meet the
requirements of special educational needs children. The SENCO will be
predominantly non-class based but will be expected to support targeted groups
of children when required.
be one of the designated child protection officers overseeing child protection
issues looked after children and the school’s child protection team.
conjunction with other lead professionals, senior leaders, and teachers,
deliver, monitor, and challenge all provisions with a specific focus on
intervention and differentiation that is in place for underachieving
children SEN children, and vulnerable children to ensure they make rapid
and sustained progress. Contribute
to the strategic development of the school as part of the middle
leadership team. This includes monitoring and evaluating provisions for SEN
as part of the self-evaluation process.
Professional support is key - and the Trust has worked extensively to fund critical benefits such as:
● Additional non-contact time for teaching staff- over and above statutory PPA time; this equates to 15%
non-contact time for class teachers.
● Deploying a fully-resourced, sequenced curriculum across 11 subjects;
● Unlimited access to CPD and career development through providers such as The National College and
● Funding annual pay increments - having previously provided a boost even when these are frozen
● Meeting or exceeding the terms set out in nationally agreed terms and conditions - for both teaching
and support staff;
● Clear and well-implemented policies and professional standards - in key areas like behaviour, managing
parental engagement and supporting staff in challenging situations.
You’ll find a raft of programmes through our Perks at Work plaƞorm that includes benefits like:
● An electric car-lease scheme, through Tusker;
● Support for bicycle and IT equipment purchases via salary sacrifice schemes;
● Cash-back on large purchases across a range of leading retailers and chains;
● Access to our employee assistance programmes and wellbeing schemes like free eye tests for display
screen users; and
● Comprehensive access to support for staff and their families - including online fitness sessions,
counselling and legal and financial advice.
● Free tea and coffee in all our settings;
● Actively implementing workload reduction measures around marking, lesson planning and data
● Paying staff to run clubs - and fully funding after-school clubs for our pupils;
● Minimising the impact of twilight and INSET days by planning these and managing these clearly
throughout each term;
If you're interested in teaching or training to teach in England as an international citizen, we can help you understand your next steps
Skilled Worker visas can be sponsored.