SENCO

SENCO/Inclusion Manager - Croydon, South East London

Ref: 5267Tuesday 14 May 2024

Pay: £50,131 - £53,718

Brighten young minds as a SENCO

Role: SENCO

Pay: £50,131 - £53,718

Start date: September Start

Borough: Croydon

Are you passionate about making a difference in the lives of children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)? Do you have the vision, dedication, and leadership skills to shape the future of inclusive education? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you!

Your Role:

As SENCO, you will provide inspiring and purposeful leadership to staff and pupils, ensuring that every child reaches their full potential. You will be responsible for the effective implementation of School Education Health Care Plans, supporting the inclusion of all pupils, and driving continuous improvement in our school's provision for SEND.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Strategic Leadership: Develop and implement the SEN Development Plan, ensuring our school remains at the forefront of inclusive education. Monitor and evaluate the performance of our SEND policies and practices to ensure they meet national, local, and school requirements.
  • Teaching and Learning: Identify and adopt the most effective teaching approaches for pupils with SEND. Collaborate with teachers to tailor learning activities that meet the individual needs of our pupils, fostering their independence and academic growth.
  • Staff Development: Lead the transition to the new SEND Code of Practice. Provide training opportunities for teaching assistants, teachers, and other staff, ensuring they are equipped with the knowledge and skills to support our pupils effectively.
  • Collaboration: Build and maintain professional relationships with children, families, local authorities, and other professionals. Liaise with the Governing Body to inform them of progress and ensure high standards across all key stages.
  • Assessment and Progress Monitoring: Set challenging targets for pupils with SEND, ensuring early identification and intervention. Keep parents informed about their child's progress and work closely with them to support their development.
  • Quality Assurance: Promote a positive ethos and inclusive culture within the school. Ensure all pupils have equal access to opportunities and support their general progress and well-being.

Why Apply for this SENCO Role?

  • Make a Real Impact: Your work will directly influence the lives of children and young people, helping them overcome challenges and achieve their potential.
  • Professional Growth: The school is committed to your continuous development, offering training and opportunities to expand your skills and knowledge.
  • Supportive Environment: Work in a collaborative and inclusive school community that values diversity and prioritises the well-being of both staff and pupils.

We are looking for a dedicated teaching professional who is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. QTS is essential, NASENCO is preferred, but above all else, passion and commitment to inclusive practice is a must! If you are ready to take on this rewarding role and inspire the future generation, we would love to hear from you.

Apply Today and Be a Part of Our Journey to Excellence in SEND Provision!

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