Primary SENCO

SENCO/Inclusion Manager - Newham, North East London

Ref: 4793Friday 26 April 2024

SEN jobs  | SENCO | September 2024 | SEMH/ASC school 

Job start: September 

Salary: £46,000- £50,000

Responsible to: Headteacher

Location: East London

Contract type: Full-time - Perm

Are you an experienced SENCO, with secondary school experience, looking for a new challenge or to specialise in SEMH/ASC?

Are you enthusiastic, efficient, resilient, friendly, and focused on the needs of the child?

Are you looking for a school with a holistic approach to education and keen to work in a therapeutic setting where you can make a positive social impact?

I am seeking an experienced and qualified SENCo to join a supportive team of professionals, including a multidisciplinary clinical team, who are committed to supporting young people with complex SEMH and autism. You will work across the age range of the school (7 - 11 years of age) and will be passionate about driving forward improvements in provision for all children. Other necessary qualities include confidentiality, efficiency, being able to work on your own initiative when under pressure and a willingness to contribute to the continued improvement of this wonderful Alternative Provision. This school supports the education of highly vulnerable children with SEMH, who are recognised for their high standards of holistic and therapeutic care.

The position is full-time SENCo. You must be flexible and adjust to the needs of the children, their families and the school.

What can you expect?

  • A caring and supportive school community that is culturally diverse and inclusive at an ‘outstanding’ complex SEMH and ASD provision in East London.
  • A dedicated staff committed to achieving high standards
  • A supportive, warm and welcoming ethos
  • Excellent CPD and training opportunities
  • Permanent or interim opportunity

What is required?

  • National Award for SEN Coordination.
  • Experience of liaising with SEN Teams in Local Authorities.
  • Experience of coordinating pupil centred annual reviews and providing timely reports.
  • Experience of supporting neurodiverse children or with ASC and/or SEMH
  • Demonstrable experience of raising outcomes for pupils with neuro-diverse needs
  • Working knowledge of Safeguarding & Child Protection Procedures
  • Be able to offer a calm response to children with ASC and SEMH and always promote de-escalation and emotional regulation.

If an opportunity like this is what you are looking for, please do not hesitate to contact Emilie for more information or send your CV and application immediately.

SEN jobs  | SENCO | Sepetmber 2024

Interested in hearing more?

If you want to hear more about our SENCO opportunities, please get in touch! You can apply by response to this advert, uploading your CV to our website, or emailing your CV to

If you are not contacted within 5 working days, unfortunately, you have been unsuccessful for this role. However, we will keep your CV and you are welcome contact us to discuss your SEND career development.

Parker Smith Inclusion is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. We will help you with this.

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