SENCO (Qualified Teacher) Maternity cover April 2021

Location: Waltham Forest
Job Type: Contract
Industry: Primary Teachers
Reference: PE11282692
Salary: £130 - £150 per day
Job Published: 29 days ago

Job start: April 2021

Staff are committed to putting children at the heart of all that they do. Strong team spirit and a focus on learning are palpable.'

There is a relentless pursuit of the highest possible standards for all pupils.'

Staff are committed to putting children at the heart of all that they do. Strong team spirit and a focus on learning are palpable.'

All pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) make excellent progress. Provision for pupils in the special needs unit is outstanding because of the strength of leadership in meeting the needs of all pupils.'

My school are looking for a dynamic, innovative, inspirational and visionary SENCO. The post would suit someone who demonstrates passion, commitment and the desire to make a real difference'. As SENCO you will take on the responsibility for the day-to-day operation for the provision made by the school for pupils with SEND in both the Mainstream School and the Special Resourced Provision. This is a hugely rewarding opportunity to make a difference in children's lives and realise the aspirations of our most supportive parents/carers.

Candidates should have:-
Qualified Teacher with 5 years or more teaching experience
The National Award for SEN Co-ordination or be working towards
Experience of working with children with Special Needs
Thorough knowledge of the new SEND Code of Practice
The ability to lead staff and provide professional guidance in developing their knowledge and expertise in working with SEN children to secure high quality teaching and learning
Skilful in working with pupils with a range of different abilities and needs SEND, LAC, Pupil Premium, EAL, G & T
To work effectively with the Headteacher, SLT, and Governors to achieve excellence, ensuring that all statutory requirements are met to bring about high standards for all pupils.
The ability to support and overview the work of teaching assistants working with SEN children
A proven track record of outstanding teaching and effective management skills along with highly developed and sensitive interpersonal and communication skills.
Good management and organisational skills and experience of leading/managing other staff
The necessary communication skills enabling liaison with a variety of external agencies
Experience of working in partnership with parents, carers, external agencies and the community.

The school can offer:
We can offer you an excellent working school environment where staff are happy, positive and dedicated
There is a dedicated SENCO office, the school is well resourced and have highly effective and well established intervention strategies
We have a strong and clear vision with an engaging curriculum which develops and celebrates the potential of each child
Positive relationships with families of children with SEND

Protocol Education carry out safeguarding checks on all our workers in accordance with the DfE statutory guidance 'Keeping Children Safe in Education'. As part of these checks, we require a current Enhanced DBS Disclosure for everyone working in schools. If you do not have a valid subscription to the DBS Update Service, we will require you to complete a new DBS application as part of the registration process.