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SENCO - Full Time

Posted a month ago, valid for 12 days

Bexley, Kent DA5 1AA, England


£34,514 - £51,179 per annum

Contract type

Full Time

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  • Position: SENCO - Full Time
  • Salary Range: MPS/UPS plus Up to £4,479 SEN Allowance
  • Experience Required: Significant SEND/Inclusion experience, NASENCO qualification
  • Start Date: September 2024
  • Working Days: Monday-Friday

SENCO - Full Time


Vacancy: SENCO

Salary Range: MPS/UPS plus Up to £4,479 SEN Allowance

Working Days: Monday-Friday

Start Date: September 2024


Are you a talented, inspirational, outstanding SENCO with significant SEND/Inclusion experience?

Do you hold the NASENCO qualification?


If so, we can offer you the opportunity for leadership development as part of the SLT in our inclusive, friendly 2 form entry primary school in Sidcup with a very supportive staff team! This position is for a permanent role within our School Trust.


The Trust is local, inclusive, collaborative and evolving. Driven by specialist primary leaders and teachers who ensure the quality of our teaching is excellent. We are a Multi-Academy Trust of primary schools in Bexley and Bromley. The six like-minded,successful Primary Schools work together to build on their shared outstanding practice and support each other in the common goal of improving teaching and learning.


We are totally committed to pursuing excellence, happiness and success for all our children. They leave us excited by their futures, highly skilled, resilient and confident to begin their next stage of education. At the heart of our school is our passion for education; our children have an absolute right to achieve their personal best. You can be confident that your child will be encouraged in learning, challenged to imagine more and given extensive opportunities to realise their potential. The sense of pride in our school is tangible!


The role is based out of class and involves the leading of achievement for children in vulnerable groups including children with SEND.


We are looking for a strong practitioner with experience of leading SEN provision with excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to lead, motivate, inspire and support colleagues and who is passionate about raising standards and life chances for all children. The suitable candidate will have a have undertaken the National SENCO qualification.


The successful candidate will work closely with teachers & TAs ensuring optimum impact on achievement for children in vulnerable groups across the school.This person will take responsibility for the raising of standards in SEND provision.The role will involve supporting the strategic planning for the school, with input/responsibility for areas of the School Development Plan and School Self Evaluation Form and then ensuring delivery of the objectives set.This will include (amongst other things): leading the school provision map, developing class profile of needs, supporting the analysis of data, line management of Teaching Assistants, leading areas of performance management, assisting in the delivery of CPD, liaising with families, coaching and mentoring colleagues, team teaching and much more.


We are interviewing now!

Apply now and submit your up-to-date CV and covering letter to be considered for this role. Your dedicated consultant, Chloe, will be in contact within 48 hours if shortlisted.


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