We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, inspirational and talented SENCo to join and lead our experienced team of specialist colleagues within the Special Educational Needs department. We want a person who is passionate about supporting students and who is willing to lead and develop the vision, commitment and determination of the SEND Department to ensure the best outcomes for our students. This post includes liaising with a range of external agencies to support the students in our care, and ensuring that all statutory protocols around SEND assessment and funding are followed.
We are currently part of a £33m build for a new school, which is scheduled to open in September 2018, and which is part of a unique co-location with our local Special school. This is a wonderful opportunity to be involved in this exciting new project. We can also offer you:
Support and development in leadership and management skills
The opportunity to mentor students in a successful Teaching School Alliance
Our school is situated on the Cumbrian coast on the edge of the Lake District National Park and not as remote as you might imagine! It is an easy drive to work along some of the most scenic roads in the UK and living in Cumbria might be just the lifestyle change to suit you and your family.
St Benedict’s School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its students. All applicants are subject to the requirements of the Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education guidelines. This will include checks with past employers and the need for the successful applicant to hold or undergo a suitable enhanced DBS disclosure.
For further information, please download an information package and application form from our website at www.st-benedicts.cumbria.sch.uk.
Email enquiries to J E Green, PA to the Headteacher, at firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 01946 692275.
Closing date for applications: 12.00noon on Monday 16 October 2017
Shortlisting will take place on Monday 16 October 2017
Interviews will take place on Thursday 19 October 2017