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Deputy Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCo)

Trinity Academy, HalifaxCalderdale

Trinity Academy Halifax 

Deputy Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCo)  

Leadership Scale L1 – L8 (£42,195- £50,151) 

Trinity Academy Halifax is the outstanding flagship school in the Trinity Multi-Academy Trust and the lead school in the Trinity Teaching School Alliance.  In 2019 the academy was awarded the World Class Schools quality mark. 

The academy has a relentless focus on improving and being the very best we can be for students in our care.  Our vision is to inspire each and every student to achieve their potential through high-quality teaching, provided within an environment led by our Christian values. 

Our record-breaking GCSE results are evidence of the high academic achievements of our students, and are viewed as the pinnacle of the school’s success.  Our Progress 8 scores place us consistently in the top 5% of all schools nationally (+0.59 in 2018 and +0.61 in 2019). 

We are currently looking for a dynamic, passionate and inspirational Deputy SENCo, who under the leadership of the SENCo and trust Inclusion team will support the work of the SENCo.  This is a role for an experienced practitioner looking to develop their career in leading improvements in outcomes for identified cohorts of students. 

Trinity Multi Academy Trust is a forward thinking, vibrant and growing trust, currently comprising of 10 academies including secondary, primary and post-16 and we have plans to grow even further in 2021. 

What can we offer you? 

  • Full support from a dedicated team of senior leaders 
  • Outstanding student behaviour with a first class behaviour for learning system
  • Excellent teaching resources and world class facilities  
  • A chance to change the lives of young people from deprived socio-economic backgrounds 
  • An excellent CPD package for staff, including a further comprehensive programme of professional development provided through the Trinity Institute of Education  
  • A range of staff benefits, including access to local government pension scheme, cycle to work and Westfield Health 
  • As a high performing academy and a growing trust, we can offer real opportunities for growth and career development 

You must be fully committed to optimising the opportunities that are available to children and young people, secure in the knowledge that you will be joining the flagship academy that sets the standards for the schools that are part of an ambitious and forward-thinking academy trust. 

Start Date: To be discussed at interview  

Closing Date: 9am, Wednesday 8 December 2021 

Interviews: To be confirmed 

We would like to invite you to take a virtual look around our academy.  You can listen to our teachers and leaders, find out more information about our curriculum areas, and explore the range of facilities.  Visit our website now an d experience what we have to offer!  

In addition, for further information about this role, the benefits of working for the trust, and how to apply for this vacancy, visit our working for us page. 

Trinity Multi-Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  All appointments are made subject to an enhanced DBS check.  We are an equal opportunities employer and want our staff profile to reflect the community we serve. 



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