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SENCO/Pupil Premium Advocate (Flash Ley Primary School)

Flash Ley Primary School
Stafford, Staffordshire
MPR 1 - 6 plus SEN Allowence
Closing date
18 Jul 2024

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Job Type
Schools / Academies - Teaching roles
Contract Type
Part time temporary
Working Pattern


The children, governors, staff and parents are seeking to appoint a highly motivated and inspiring Class Teacher who has the enthusiasm and creativity to join our team of staff who work together striving to raise standards and improve the quality of educational provision for all of our children.


This is an exciting opportunity for the successful candidate to lead and manage the next stage of development of the school’s provision for pupils with a range of special education needs and disabilities. You would also be accountable for our disadvantaged pupils.


Our school achieved an Ofsted Result in June 2023 of Good, with Outstanding Features.

  • Staff work closely together and support each other. Leaders are mindful of their well-being and workload. Staff cited many examples about how leaders have supported them. Staff greatly value this support. Governors are committed to the school and its pupils. They make sure that bought in services provide good value for money. Therefore, pupils have a well-resourced environment in which to learn.
  • The school motto of ‘believe to achieve’ is realised at Flash Ley Primary. Leaders have high aspirations for what pupils can achieve. Pupils live up to these expectations. They flourish both academically and socially. There is a strong sense of pastoral care across the school.


The successful candidate will:-


Share our high expectations for all our pupils.


  • have significant experience of teaching pupils with SEN
  • possess a good working knowledge of the new SEN Code of Practice
  • possess the National Award for SEN Co-ordination
  • demonstrate a willingness to share their own good/outstanding practice with colleagues
  • provide training and support for colleagues on SEN matters
  • liaise effectively with parents, school and external agencies
  • be proactive to get professionals as quickly as possible
  • managing the systems and processes of SEN provision efficiently and effectively
  • be enthusiastic, approachable and have an open and positive attitude
  • have experience of leadership or a proven input in to raising attainment and progress
  • a commitment to wider life of the school
  • have significant experience of supporting staff with personalised programmes of learning or complex needs along with the writing of IEP’s have vast experience of applying for EHC plans and additional funding


We are offering you:-


  • induction and support package – including CPD and mentoring by a member of SLT
  • an experience, friendly and supportive staff team a positive and caring ethos with children at the heart of all we do
  • enthusiastic children who enjoy learning


Visits to the school are essential and will form part of the application process. Please telephone Mrs King, our School Business Manager to arrange a visit.


For an application pack, please email Mrs King:

Closing Date:            open ended to find the right candidate to apply as soon as possible

Interviews:                 To be confirmed



“This Authority/School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people/vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment”.


This position is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Check under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.






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