SENCO - Enfield - September 2019

Location: Barnet
Job Type: Supply Teaching
Industry: Primary Teachers
Reference: PE11166352
Salary: £33000 - £39000 per annum
Job Published: about 1 year ago
Protocol Education are looking for a SENCO to work at a primary school in Enfield. This is an exciting opportunity that is due to start in September 2019. They can consider a range of experience levels for the role. SENCO will be working as a class teacher within the school and will have additional SENCO and Senior Leadership responsibilities. The school is an 'Outstanding' Primary school in South Sheffield. They are proud of their inclusive ethos in which all contributions are valued and pupils are given the opportunity to achieve their best. They have a dedicated team of staff and governors. Every effort is made to make learning fun with a rich variety of activities. They are looking for an enthusiastic, hardworking and committed teacher and leader who is willing to join a friendly, dedicated and hardworking team. The teaching commitment will be 4 days a week, leaving one for non-contact time. This day will include planning, preparation, assessment time, and time for meetings and preparation. They year group for the class teaching will depend on where individual strengths lie. As a senior Leader, the successful candidate will need to remain visible within the school, be proactive in their dealings with staff and other school stakeholders, be an excellent communicator, and a strategic thinker. You will need to hold, be working towards, or be willing to work towards the National Award for Special Needs Co-Ordination. The school is easily accessible with several bus links and free parking onsite.

We are looking for a SENCO that has the following skills:

-Ability to work as a class teacher for 4 days a week with 1 day of non-contact time
-Knowledge of the SEND Code of Practice and Pathway to Provision.
-Ability to lead staff in developing their knowledge and expertise in working with SEN children developing outstanding provision and results.
-The desire to make a positive impact on pupils with a range of different abilities and needs.
-Ability to work as part of a team.
-A committed practitioner who will want to attain the highest standards in teaching and learning throughout their role.
-An adaptable, organised and self-starting individual.
-Excellent communication skills with an ability to liaise with outside agencies.
-Proactive in identifying professional development needs.

In return the school offers:
-A dynamic and supportive team. -A supportive learning environment.
-A lovely, hardworking group of students.
-Well-equipped classrooms.
-Excellent school grounds and resource areas.
-Fantastic team of support staff.
-A comprehensive school induction with a wide range of CPD opportunities both internally and externally.

To join us and be successful in this SENCO role you will need to:

-Hold a SENCO qualification or have equivalent experience.
-This position is subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure, Overseas Police Clearance (if applicable) and professional reference checks.
-Your CV must cover the last 3 years employment history (if applicable) and any employment breaks must be explained.
-You must have the legal right to work in the UK.

If you are interested in this position, or would like more information, feel free to call us on 020 8371 7900 or send your CV to Lucinda Pereira: