Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator

Location
ERDINGTON HALL PRIMARY SCHOOL AND PEGASUS PRIMARY SCHOOL, Ryland Road,
Salary
MPR/UPR & SEN Allowance (£2,149)
Posted
10 Apr 2019
Closes
07 May 2019
Contact
recruitment @ninestiles.org.uk
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Working Pattern
Standard
Hours
Full-Time

Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator

MPR/UPR & SEN Allowance (£2,149)

Hours: Full time

Contract Type: Permanent

ERDINGTON HALL PRIMARY SCHOOL AND PEGASUS PRIMARY SCHOOL, Ryland Road, Tyburn, Birmingham, B24 8JJ, Telephone Number: 0121 464 3122

Email Address: recruitment@ninestiles.org.uk

Job Start Date: 01/09/2019

This is an exciting opportunity to join an ambitious and friendly team that puts children at the heart of everything we do. Both Erdington Hall and Pegasus primary schools are seeking to appoint an experienced SENDCO who is committed to inclusion and has the desire to maintain the highest standards of provision for SEND pupils.

We can offer you excellent opportunities for professional development as well as the support and guidance from the Trust SENDCO.

There will be opportunities to develop wider leadership qualities and this role would either suit someone looking to develop and embed their existing SENDCO skills or an aspiring Senior Leader of the future. You will be an integral part of the middle leadership team at both schools.

You will be supporting pupils with their academic, personal and social development. The role is demanding and challenging but very rewarding, so we need a SENDCO who is proactive, passionate and a model of good practice for all teaching staff.

Flexibility is a requirement of this post as the successful applicant will work across both schools as SENCO and have a teaching commitment which could entail small groups.

We are looking for:

• A fully qualified teacher with experience of acting as SENDCO or holds the National Award for SENDCO

• Wide experience of working with pupils with a range of special educational needs

• Excellent understanding of the SEND Code of Practice

At our school, we believe in working collaboratively, sharing ideas and supporting each other to achieve joint success.

As part of the Summit Learning Trust, we share a collective belief that all our pupils should benefit from a provision and experience that both inspires and develops a new generation of young people that can meet the demands of life in the 21st century.

The Summit Learning Trust comprises of three secondary schools, four primary schools and a Sixth Form College. The Trust’s commitment to excellence is recognised nationally and internationally. All schools work in partnership with the Ninestiles Teaching School to support staff development, which further extends the scope of opportunities for career advancement in working with other schools.

Why work for us?

The Trust offers:

• High quality training and support

• Opportunities to work across a number of schools

• Employee assistance programme

• Employee discount schemes

Closing Date: 07/05/2019, 12:00

For an application pack and further information about all our vacancies please visit the trust website: www.summitlearningtrust.org.uk/category/nat-vacancies/

This post is not part of the City Council and the successful candidate will not hold a Birmingham City Council Contract of Employment. Please use the contact details in the advert for information on actual employment conditions.
 

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