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Part Time SENCO

Part Time SENCO

  • Location

    Lambeth, London

  • Sector:

    Primary Education

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  • Salary:

    £180 - £230 per day

  • Contact:

    Carly Walters

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  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

  • Duration:

    Long term perm

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Part Time SENCO

Remedy Education have recently started working with a lovely Primary school based in Lambeth. They are looking to appoint a SENCO in a part time basis. They are looking for 3 days a week (Can be made of full or can include a mixture of half days).

The role is a 2 form entry primary school which educates pupils from 3-13 years.

They are looking to recruit a part-time SENCO (three days per week) suitably qualified graduate, SENDCo, who has a passion for learning and for supporting children from age 3 to 13 years old with AEN.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience

  • National Award for SEND Co-ordination (NASENCO Award)/other appropriate qualification - or complete within 3 years of appointment (preferable)
  • A proven track record of effective working with pupils within the age range of the school
  • Evidence of consistent good teaching ability/experience
  • Other qualifications related to SEND (desirable)
  • Ability to work under pressure and prioritise effectively
  • Data analysis skills, and the use of data to inform provision planning
  • Ability to plan and evaluate interventions
  • Experience of conducting training/leading INSET

Duties and Responsibilities

Main Purpose of the Job

The successful applicant will be expected:

  1. Oversee the day to day operation of the school's SEND policy:
  • Maintain the school's SEND policy document and record of pupil needs
  • Maintain SEND Departmental Handbook
  • A commitment to equal opportunities and securing good outcomes for pupils with SEN or a disability
  • A commitment to maintaining confidentiality at all times
  • Responsibility for SEND Budget and Resources
  1. Co-ordinate provision for children with learning difficulties and disabilities and special educational needs:
  • Produce, implement and review IEPs, or similar, twice a year where necessary based on information provided by staff
  • Liaise with parents, children and external agencies
  • Explain the objectives of any intervention to pupils and parents
  • Provide initial screening for learning difficulties and disabilities
  • Make informed judgements on when to consult with others, including external agencies (in liaison with the SLT)
  1. Liaise with and advise fellow teachers across the school:
  • Liaise with Heads of Department / teachers / other appropriate support/ peripatetic staff over specific concerns about individuals and set up identified follow-up processes and/or referrals
  • Encourage all members of staff to recognise and fulfil their statutory responsibilities to pupils with SEND
  • Provide guidance on the implementation of support programmes initiated
  • Discuss INSET needs which arise with the INSET Co-coordinator.
  • Make appropriate judgements over issues of confidentiality.
  1. Manage learning support staff:
  • Manage the intervention and 1:1 support team programmes through KS1-KS3.
  • Construct termly timetables for KS2/3 SEND Learning Support Specialists for 1:1 support programmes
  • Discuss and confirm termly timetables for KS1 Learning Support Staff
  • Co-ordinate provision of support programmes in KS2 - Reading Intervention, Spelling/Phonics Intervention, Comprehension/Inference Skills Intervention, Vocabulary Enrichment Support, Maths Intervention, Lego Therapy, Wordshark, Touch Type Read and Spell program, Handwriting Club, BEAM Club
  • Discuss and confirm provision of support programmes in KS1 - Reading Intervention, Spelling/Phonics Intervention, Maths Intervention, Sensory Circuits, Clever Fingers/Handwriting Intervention, Lego Therapy

Please get in contact with Carly Walters at Remedy Education.