Malorees Infant School, London
|Job role||SEN specialist|
|Working pattern||Part-time only|
|Salary||M6 - U1 (Depending on experience)|
We are looking for a candidate who:
• has the experience of leading SEND provision at a whole school level either as SENCO, Inclusion lead or specialist teacher
• contribute to the implementation of innovative approaches to improving pupil outcomes
• can lead on the graduated approach to providing SEND support and has strong experience of working closely with staff and parents of SEND pupils
• has knowledge and expertise in some of the following: autism, dyslexia, inclusion, social, emotional and mental health, learning difficulties.
• is an outstanding teacher, with QTS who can ensure inclusive practise is of the highest quality
• Higher level training in a relevant area e.g. (PG NASENCO, MA, MSC, or further training in Educational or Clinical Psychology or similar)
As part of the SEND and Inclusion team you will help us grow and develop our vision through developing excellent teaching and learning for all.
Malorees Infant & Junior School is a forward-thinking and welcoming school. We are committed to ensuring that all staff have excellent opportunities for professional development. We are committed to giving all our children a safe, happy and inspiring environment in which they can flourish and ‘Thrive’.
Malorees Infant & Junior School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service
- SENDO position.docx  2.11 MB
|School type||LA Maintained School|
|School size||204 pupils enrolled|
|Age range||3 to 7|
|Ofsted report||View Ofsted report|
|Website||Malorees Infant School website (opens in a new window)|
About Malorees Infant School
Are you an outstanding teacher with a passion for inclusion?
Thank you for your interest in joining Malorees Infant & Junior School. We are looking for an experienced SENDCO who can support the Executive Headteacher, Heads of Schools and Governors in establishing an ambitious vision and ethos for the school going forward.
We are seeking to appoint a highly skilled and motivated SENDCO with the skills, experience, and passion to support the strategic lead for Inclusion as part of a SEND & Inclusion Team.
You will support SEND provision and practice school-wide and build on our strong and inclusive practice. We take pride in the wide range of children’s needs that we cater for, building on support from a diverse range of external professionals.
The successful candidate would work in close liaison and collaboration with an established leadership team, and work in close partnership with teachers and Teaching Assistants in their delivery of strong SEND practice.
Christchurch Avenue, London, NW6 7PB