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SENDCO

  • Location: Haringey
  • Start date: 26 Oct 2017
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE10942065
  • Branch: London North Primary
  • Consultant: Alexis Patros
  • Call: 0208 371 7900
This vacancy has now expired.
Job description
SENCO

Protocol Education is currently seeking an outstanding SEN Co-ordinator to join a very small, 1 form entry school in Haringey. They're looking to appoint a SENCO for a maternity cover from January 2018 until the following year, although if successful, this role may be extended.
As a SENCO you will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the school's SEN policy and general SEN assessments and administration duties. You will co-ordinate additional support for SEN pupils developing effective ways of overcoming barriers to a child's learning and ensuring that they receive effective teaching. You will assess the child's needs and set targets for their improvement. You will also liaise with parents, teachers, support assistants and other external services which might be involved, and report to the head teacher.
The successful candidate must have:
- A Qualified Teacher Status (either a PGCE or Cert Ed.; SEN teaching qualification is not essential but will be an advantage)
- Very good knowledge of British National Curriculum and the ability to plan differentiated work
- A wide experience teaching in the UK (preferably as SEN teacher)
- A valid DBS or willing to undertake an application for one.
- Eligible to work in the UK.
- Excellent teaching references
- Strong behaviour management and communication skills.

Experience in a leadership position is desirable but not essential. Also, experience in a PRU or a SEN school would be a bonus.

Additionally, the candidates must be available for interviews as soon as possible.

In return we will offer you:
- Competitive rates of pay.
- £250 Referral Bonus for each teacher you refer to us.


We wish you the best of luck!

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