Woolwich Polytechnic School for Girls, part of the PolyMAT multi academy trust, is an all-inclusive girls’ school and the sister school to Woolwich Polytechnic School for Boys, rated Outstanding by Ofsted. The boys’ school has a long-standing reputation in the local area for delivering an outstanding education to its pupils and this will be replicated in the girls’ school.
The Trust prides itself on a culture of high standards and values from staff and pupils. This will be a demanding yet rewarding school where students and staff will feel valued and supported.
Our vision is ‘success for everyone’ and we are looking for staff that can bring this vision to reality. Woolwich Poly Girls’ School, part of the PolyMAT multi academy trust, is an all-inclusive girls’ school that will pride itself on a culture of high standards and values from staff and pupils. It will be a demanding yet rewarding school where students and staff feel valued and supported.
The successful candidate should have the appropriate SEN qualifications, a good knowledge of the new SEND Reform, and a proven track record in raising the achievement and attainment of students.
We are looking for a SENDCO who:
• Has the ability to lead the strategic development of SEND policy and provision in-line with current legislation.
• Has the ability to lead, motivate and inspire the Learning Support department including teachers, support staff and external agencies.
• Can continue to develop an exciting and challenging curriculum targeted at students who have difficulty accessing mainstream school.
• Should also be an outstanding classroom practitioner with the ability to lead by example.
• Can analyse and interpret data and use this to establish tailored intervention strategies.
As a member of staff at Woolwich Polytechnic School we can offer you:
• Opportunities for career progression
• Excellent professional development
• A contributory pension scheme
• Opportunities to collaborate with outstanding and dynamic teaching professionals
• An employee assistance programme
• Childcare vouchers
• Season ticket loans
• Finders fees for personal introductions of staff that we employ
• Excellent catering facilities
• Secure on-site parking
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, including the need for the successful candidate to undertake a disclosure and barring check via the Disclosure and Barring Service.
The school is also committed to promoting equality, challenging discrimination and developing community cohesion. We welcome applications from all sections of the community.
Interviews are scheduled for week commencing the 4 March 2019.