Location Wolverhampton
Discipline: SEN Education
Employment type: Full Time
Salary: M1 – UPS1
Contact name: Victoria Marsden

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Job ref: 6291
Published: 13 days ago
SENDCO  / SENCO Special Education Needs Coordinator, Job vacancy, Wolverhampton, West Midlands.

  • £31’400-£46’200 per annum (M1 – UPS2)
  • Full Time, Permanent, 40 Hours per week.
  • Pension, Health Cash Back, Life assurance Plan and perk box.
  • Car lease scheme & free parking.
  • Continued support & progression opportunities.
  • Start Date June 2024 or September 2024

This is a bespoke Brand-New High School for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).  As an employer they strive to achieve outstanding Schools Colleges & Training Facilities for Children & Young People with Special Education needs.  With a team of dedicated team of Teaching, Support, Therapists & managers, together they all strive to bring out the best in every pupil and prepare them for adult life.  Their Schools & colleges have fantastic facilities and cater for Primary, Secondary & further education children.  The facilities range from Science Labs, horticulture, catering, mechanics and much more. The children are supported from the moment they arrive.  They are constantly challenged, and they believe in setting high expectations, enabling them to reach their full potential.  As an employer they fully invest in their staff team, with opportunities to gain further qualifications, continuous professional development, career progression and the opportunity to make a massive difference to the lives of those with a disability.

As their SENDCO you will work with the leadership and speech & Language Therapy team to develop the school’s special education needs provision.  You will be responsible for the day-to-day operation of that policy with the aim of raising pupil achievement.
  •  Monitor learning activities and teaching to meet the needs of the students.
  • Track AFL data for Annual reviews, PEP’s, LAC Reviews and general reporting.
  • Liaise with other schools to ensure continuity when transferring pupils.
  • Promote best practice and contribute to the ethos and values of the school.
  • Set targets to raise achievements.
  • Liaise with parents, Head Teacher and SLT on the effectiveness of provision.
  • Identify suitable resources.
  • A recognised SENCO Qualification, or a SEN Teacher willing to undertake SENCO.
  • Relevant knowledge and experience of working with SEN & SEND practice.
  • Experience of managing a range of approaches to challenging / behaviour.
  • A desire and passion to put children first and treat them as individuals.
  • This job vacancy is exempt under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act therefore all applicants must declare all criminal convictions and cautions (including spent).

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