Job Title: Curriculum Access Team Leader (SENCO)
Salary: Teachers’ Main Pay Scale / Upper Pay Scale + TLR
Hours: Full Time
Start Date: May / September 2019
Sacred Heart High School is a Catholic 11-18 Academy in Hammersmith, under the trusteeship of the Society of the Sacred Heart. We are recognised as being one of the top state funded schools in England, achieving a progress eight score of 0.98. At GCSE, 93% of students achieved a 5+ standard pass (incl. E&M); 56% of these results were at A & A*.
We are a National Teaching School collaborating with a large alliance of partner schools; keeping abreast of both national and international research, innovation and change to ensure a high quality vibrant learning experience for staff and pupils.
Our governors are seeking to appoint an ambitious, passionate and committed individual who wants to progress their leadership career in a unique setting that believes in the potential of every child to achieve high levels of success. We are currently in a phase of significant expansion both at KS3/4 and at sixth form.
If you relish the challenge of this exciting post and want to work in a well-resourced learning environment that is at the cutting edge of education, working in partnership with leading national organisations, this could be your ideal opportunity.
We are looking for:
An outstanding teacher and a successful SENCO (or a highly motivated and aspirational second in charge of SEND department)
Someone who is passionate about developing both students and staff to reach their full potential
A role model and coach to other members of the school community
Someone who is excited by the opportunities presented by different pedagogies and technologies
Outstanding CPD and collaborative working
The chance to experience whole school leadership
A supportive and vibrant professional community
The closing date for applications is Thursday 21 March 10.00am with interviews scheduled the following week.
Sacred Heart High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. All successful candidates will be required to undertake a criminal DBS check.