SENCO - Part Time

SENCO/Inclusion Manager - Ealing, North West London

Ref: 2213Thursday 18 January 2024

  • Beautiful Mainstream Primary School
  • Part time hours available
  • Negotiable salary
  • Excellent support from SLT 
  • Warm and friendly environment 

Are you an experienced SENCO with primary school experience, looking for a new challenge or an opportunity to improve your work-life balance?

I am actively recruiting an experienced SENCO for a wonderful and creative primary school in Ealing. Your role is to develop and oversee the implementation of the school's SEN strategy and policy, carry out assessments of pupils with SEN to identify needs and monitor progress. This will include observations in the classroom and meeting with teachers and parents.

Who would suit this role?.

This role would suit a SENCO looking to improve their work life balance in a school where SEN is fully supported by the headteacher.

The current SENCO is leaving soon and has implemented successful strategies and scaffolding for the teaching staff, she has created a plethora of useful resources to support SEN. You will have the opportunity to utilise these resources and encouraged to create your own and use your own expertise to lead SEN in the school. This is a part time role, 3 days a week (the school can be flexible on this)


SEN experience – Essential

SEN qualifications – Essential

NASENCO – Essential

SENCO experience – Essential


  • SEN advisory to all teaching staff, helping to plan and scaffold their lessons to meet the needs of their class
  • Support the needs of individual learners who encounters barriers to learning with planned intervention in discussion with class teachers and support staff
  • Adhere to and keep up to date with legislation and school policy in regard to Safeguarding and Child Protection
  • Take strategic lead for all aspects of specific and extended learning needs (as addressed in the SPEN Policy and EAL Policy)
  • Promote quality first teaching and apply the assess, plan, do and review process to all targeted intervention
  • Be prepared to be involved in the assessment process for prospective pupils in liaison with class teachers
  • Maintain a welcoming and supportive environment for families, ensuring that parents of children receiving intervention are well informed and supported with their children’s progress and achievement

What can you expect?

  • A caring and supportive school community that is both creative and inclusive
  • A dedicated and friendly staff team, committed to achieving high standards
  • A supportive, warm and welcoming ethos and Headteacher who recognises the importance of this role!
  • Excellent CPD and training opportunities

Interested in hearing more?

If you want to hear more, please get in touch! You can apply by response to this advert.

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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