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Salary: Up To £42,000 Per Year Location: London Sector: Local Authority Job Type: Permanent Type of Service: Education


Salary: Up to £42,000 + SEN Allowance


We are seeking an experienced, highly organised, caring and inspirational SENCO to lead SEND across one of our client’s schools.

You will be responsible for securing the highest quality provision for the pupils, we are looking for the SENCO in this role to have: -

Up to date and relevant training, experience and qualifications (the National Qualifications for SENCO’s or equivalent)

A commitment and proven experience of securing high levels of progress, achievement and self- esteem for all SEND children.
We welcome all applicants who can make a positive difference to all our children!

Basic Descriptors:

Support the vision, ethos and policies of the School which secure effective teaching, successful learning and promote high levels of achievement and self-esteem for all pupils irrespective of background, ethnicity, gender or disability;

Help lead and manage the creation and implementation of the school strategic plan which identifies priorities and targets for ensuring pupils achieve high standards and make progress, increasing teachers' effectiveness and securing school improvement and to take responsibility for appropriately delegated aspects of it;
Support the evaluation of the effectiveness of the School's policies and developments and analyse their impact on pupils who have special educational needs;
Ensure the effective and proficient use of pupil data from a variety of sources, both internal and external, in the process of target setting;
Raise standards of individual pupil achievement and ensure that good attainment is maintained by providing a model of high-quality teaching;
Ensure that parents are well informed about the curriculum, targets, individual pupils' progress and achievement;


For a confidential discussion please contact Daniel Careless on 01926353999 or email

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