Teacher, SEN specialist
MPR or UPR (0.6 pro rata)
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Coordinator (SENDCo) – Non-Classed Based
Part Time (0.6), 20 hours (Monday all day, Tuesday to Friday – mornings only), Permanent
Main Pay Range / Upper Pay Range + SEN 1 Allowance
The Governors of Broadoak Primary School are looking for applications from enthusiastic and dedicated individuals who are committed to striving for successful inclusion within our mainstream school. We wish to appoint a SENDCo who has vision, ambition and a drive to positively impact on our children’s education. The appointed candidate will need to lead a strong 1:1 support staff team to maintain the highest standards of education, alongside excellent pastoral care for identified children. They will also be required to promote good relationships and effectively communicate with all stakeholders, including parents, carers, staff, external professionals, and governors. We are looking to appoint someone who reflects the school’s high standards and who is committed to ensuring that all pupils receive an education that allows them to fulfill their full potential and equips them for their next stages in learning and life.
SEN 1 allowance (0.6 pro rata)
Applying for the job
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477 pupils enrolled
3 to 11
About Broadoak Primary School
Located in Swinton, Manchester, Broadoak Primary is a heavily over subscribed school with nearly 500 children including a 60 place full-time Nursery. On role we have a high number of children with Education, Health and Care Plans. The school converted to a Single Academy in 2011 and achieved Ofsted Outstanding in 2009.
The school has excellent facilities, including extensive grounds that drive a commitment to outdoor learning. As an educational team we have track record for achieving high levels of educational attainment from our pupils and put our children at the very centre of our aims. We provide a stimulating environment in which our children feel secure and happy.
Our aim is to provide all children with meaningful and engaging learning experiences that will prepare them for life in the 21st century. At Broadoak Primary School we are very proud of our pupils and their successes. We offer personalised learning for our young people, within an inclusive, engaging learning environment. Our friendly staff team is clearly committed to providing a secure and happy place in which to learn, one in which all children are able to thrive socially, emotionally and academically to achieve their full potential. We believe that education is a partnership between pupils, teacher and parents working together to foster and develop a life long love of learning. Our children are highly motivated, well behaved and truly delightful to teach!
Arranging a visit to Broadoak Primary School
School Visits for interested candidates will be available on
Wed 28th April 2021 at 10am, 2pm and 4.30 pm or
Thurs 6th May 2021 at 10am, 2pm and 4.30pm
Please telephone the school office on 0161 794 2326 to make an appointment