- Job role
- Key stages
- KS1, KS2
- Working pattern
- Term time
Monday to Friday
- Contract type
- Fixed term (January 2022 Until February 2023)
- Main and Upper pay scales (Outer London)
Lead by example in raising attainment of children with SEND
Collect and interpret specialist assessment data to inform SEND practice
Work with the Headteacher and all staff to eliminate barriers to learning through:
o Assessment of needs.
o Monitoring of pupil attainment.
o Target setting
o Pupil progress tracking
To update the Headteacher and liaise with the SEND Governor on the effectiveness and development of provision for pupils with SEND
Attend consultation evenings and keep parents/carers informed about their child’s progress
Provide and/or support report writing
Identify, implement and monitor the impact of the most effective teaching and intervention approaches for children with SEND
Ensure the effective use of Edukey throughout the school
Monitor teaching and learning activities to ensure the school meets the needs of children with SEND
Identify resources and equipment needed to support children with SEND
Liaise with other schools to ensure continuity of support and learning on transfer
Undertake day to day coordination of pupils with SEND through close liaison with staff, parents and external agencies
Carry out SEND support and advise on individual programmes, target setting and curriculum differentiation
Develop working relationships with parents to ensure effective home/school links
Work with outside agencies to support children with SEND and ensure appropriate provision is in place
Leadership and Management
Promote your area, its importance, and the value that it brings across the school, disseminating good practice
Have a good understanding of how well SEND provision is being delivered and the impact it has on pupil achievement
Use this understanding to feed into the school improvement plan alongside SLT and produce an action plan specific to
Consult pupils, parents and staff about SEND provision and its effectiveness, and assess the feedback against the
school’s vision and values
Ensure the curriculum matches the needs of different pupils
Liaise with the SENDCos across PACE on related events, protocols, provision discussions and activities
Be actively engaged in local and national initiatives
Ensure that support staff within our SEND provision (ELP and EHCP support) feel valued and that they are partners in the
Ensure that support staff understand their roles within the classroom and beyond.
Take an active role in professional development of staff, including whole school INSET.
Provide professional guidance to staff to ensure pupils with SEND are making good progress towards expected levels.
Contribute to the appraisal process for SEN teachers and support staff
Write and evaluate a SEND Action Plan, to be reviewed annually
Monitor and review changes to the School’s SEND Policy and SEND Information Report.
Liaise with SEND link governor on matters of policy and practice and complete a half-termly update for governors
Work with the leadership team to set high expectations for the achievement of all children
Attend locality meetings and borough SENDCo forum meetings
Work with teachers and Leadership Team to set high expectations for the achievement of all children
TLR payments for the right candidate
Applying for the job
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- School type
- Academy, ages 2 to 11
- Education phase
- School size
- 701 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 2 to 11
About Chipstead Valley Primary School
3-form Ofsted Outstanding Primary School based in Coulsdon, Surrey. Part of PACE Academy Trust formed of 5 schools.
Set in vast grounds in Coulsdon, Surrey.
Arranging a visit to Chipstead Valley Primary School
To discuss the role further and visit the school, please contact our school office on 01737 553255 and arrange a meeting with our Head of School, Clare Rackham