A teaching professional with experience in Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND), you are ready to take on a more challenging role which will give you the opportunity to shape strategy and influence policy as well as enjoy hands on delivery. This SENCO role with Cuckoo Hall Academies Trust (C.H.A.T.) offers exactly that.
C.H.A.T. is the Charitable Trust set up to run and manage four Primary and one Secondary Academies serving approximately 1800 children. Based in Edmonton we are focused on driving up the quality of education provision and standards.
As SENCO we want you to work as part of a Trust central learning support team working with the Headteacher and Senior Leadership Team to ensure we address the needs of vulnerable children. You will share some of the SENCO responsibilities of the school with other members of the Central Support Team. In addition to teaching we will look to you to play a key role in developing and improving SEND provision within the academy generally, by setting objectives and evaluating performance. Working with our senior leadership team you will enable children with special educational needs to meet their full potential by designing and implementing personalised learning plans. You will also work with colleagues to ensure planning for a child’s learning and development is based on accurate and regular observations. As SEND champion you will encourage staff to promote high expectations for children as well as motivate children to reach their targets and have high aspirations.
For this critical role you must be a qualified teacher with a National Award for Special Educational Needs Coordinators and a thorough knowledge of the Statutory Assessment Process. You must have extensive teaching experience in mainstream Primary and expertise in the identification, curricular planning and progress monitoring of students with SEND. You will have a clear understanding of Special Educational Needs legislation and best practice and its delivery throughout the curriculum as well as being used to working in partnership with all school stakeholders, including parents/carers, LA’s and external agencies.
To develop your career please apply online by visiting our website via the link and completing an online application form.
Closing date: Sunday 22 October 2017
Cuckoo Hall Academies Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of students and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants for this post must be willing to undergo child protection training. A full enhanced check with the Disclosure & Barring Service will be undertaken and references will be sought from previous employers prior to interview.
Cuckoo Hall Academies Trust is an Equal Opportunities Employer.