SENDCo – April 2024 – £36,745 – £56,959 per annum – Fixed Term or Permanent Contract – North East Surrey – Pupil Referral Unit
- In depth support throughout the process & after successful placement
- £36,745 – £56,959 per annum
- April 2024 start
- Pupil Referral Unit
- 2 excellent sites within 20 mins of each location
- Fixed term or permanent contract available
- A school that is truly making a difference in their community
- Immense growth over the last two years with further ambitions to deliver on
- Honest & insightful opportunity description
If you want to make a difference to those that need it most alongside excellent professionals within an ever-improving setting, then this is the SENDCo role for you. Sound exciting? Read on…
This North East Surrey School is a Pupil Referral Unit serving 16 secondary schools. In recent months, the school has undergone a period of rapid & sustained improvement, investing into both the physical premises & the school curriculum. Their aim is to create a truly exceptional provision for vulnerable pupils in Surrey & they are constantly looking for new ways to engage the disengaged & support the disadvantaged. The school operates across two sites, one in Hersham for students who are medically vulnerable & one in Staines for those requiring an alternative provision pathway. They also have a thriving outreach programme, working with children, parents & schools to avoid permanent exclusions.
Within this inspirational setting they combine the traditional values of hard work with academic learning and creativity. The school believes that students achieve their full potential if they enjoy their work when stimulated.. The key task of the SENCO is to ensure that Special Educational Needs & Disability (SEND) provision is both efficiently & effectively managed. This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of an experienced SEND department, leading & further developing our special needs provision & inclusive practice. See the range of responsibilities delegated to the SENCO below:
- Improve the provision for students with SEND, accelerating progress and closing the gap.
- Ensure effective systems of communication, including feedback about student’s learning to inform future planning.
- Monitoring the quality of SEND support by establishing effective systems to identify any areas of improvement.
- Meet the needs of students, whilst ensuring that all systems are coordinated, evaluated and regularly reviewed.
- Ensure that the objectives of the SEND policies are reflected in the school improvement plan.
- Liaise with and lead the contribution of external agencies and expert specialist staff.
- Up-to-date knowledge of national and local initiatives to impact upon policy and practice to benefit students’ learning.
- Be accountable for students with SEND and their outcomes through a range of mechanisms.
WhoFoundWho are here to support you focus on what is important now as a & SENDCo & we will take care of what is crucial from April 2024. This is how we can assist:
- One application and one point of contact for this role as well an abundance of other schools and exciting opportunities
- Expert support with school insight, interview preparation and lesson planning
- Priceless knowledge on all schools to make an extremely well-informed decision on the right route to take
- Seamless and highly efficient service in offering roles only suited to you
- Handling the recruitment process from start to finish to alleviate stress and deliver the required result
The Next Step
- Prepare your CV as well as a Personal Statement
- Click apply and begin your journey with WhoFoundWho
We are looking forward to supporting you with this incredible SENDCo opportunity!