Teacher, SEN specialist
MPS/UPS + TLR2B (Outer London)
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a highly motivated, dynamic SENDCO to join our Outstanding School. The successful applicant will be required to lead SEND across the school and be a member of SLT. This is a great opportunity be part of a dedicated committed team. We are a three-form entry Infant and Nursery School in Feltham serving a socially and ethnically diverse population.
A strong commitment to your professional development and career management.
An opportunity to be part of a dynamic team .
Delightful pupils who want to learn.
MPS/UPS + TLR2B.
You will be an experienced practitioner with a strong background in working with children with SEND.
You will not be required to hold a SENCo qualification but will be expected to achieve this award within 2years.
You will have a proven record of excellent classroom teaching across Early Years and KS1.
YOU WILL BE:
Committed to ensuring SEND pupils learning and social and emotional needs are met.
Keen to develop professionally.
Positive, organised and a team player.
TLR2B (Outer London)More on how to apply
Local authority maintained school
316 pupils enrolled
3 to 7
About Cardinal Road Infant and Nursery School
Cardinal Road was opened in 1902 as a boy’s school. It was recognised by the Board of Education in 1910. In 1930 there were 461 pupils on roll in the six classrooms and the corridor. No wonder the Inspector commented at that time that “This school has many difficulties to contend with”. In September 1993 the school moved into the spacious sympathetically renovated and extended building it now enjoys. The Nursery building was opened in 1994, the grounds were landscaped and the re-building was complete.
We are now a three-form entry Infant and Nursery School in Feltham serving a socially and ethnically diverse population, catering for families from high-rise accommodation, housing trust properties and privately owned houses.
We had our last OFSTED inspection in June 2019 and were judged to be “Outstanding”.