Would you like to lead a caring and well-supported team in this gratifying and meaningful SENCO position in a primary school in Slough?
Are you looking for a role that will enable you to achieve your ambitions as a leader and create a holistic environment perfect for children who have SEN within a mainstream primary?
Perhaps you are a skilled SENCO searching for a brand new challenge, and would like to join a highly regarded primary with an effective SLT in Slough? Look no further and apply NOW!
***SENCO at a supportive primary school in Slough
***Must have some experience
***SENCO role available September 2016
***Permanent, full-time post
***Main or Upper Pay Scale + TLR2b
***Successful applicant may be offered SLT position (AHT) in charge of Inclusion
SENCO Person Specification
You will be a dependable middle manager with SEN interests ready for a more senior role or a current accomplished SENCO ready for a new challenge who has a track record of leading and managing teams to great effect. The ideal SENCO should be able to determine where SEN provision is needed by utilising effectively their knowledge of SEN practices. You will have an organised and systematic approach which allows you to cater for the needs of each pupil in your care, and the communicative skills to establish a working dialogue with them as well. T
About the SENCO Role
As a SENCO you will be taking control of the development of SEN learning across the school. In general, you will be controlling the sharing and use of your team’s resources and ensuring every member of the team knows how to employ the specialist SEN resources effectively. Performing assessments on your SEN pupils will be a large part of your role to ensure their TEP is effective for their school integration. You will be creating effective nurture groups that will aim to help support pupils through the transition from Primary to Secondary. A key area you will be responsible for is creating and implementing a series of individual educational plans that are adapted to counter the specific areas different SEN pupils are struggling with.