SENCO

Lambeth, London
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Date Posted:19 May 2020
  1. SEN Teacher
£150 - £250 per day + negotiable
  1. Long-term

SENCO

Lambeth, London
Are you looking for a new role as a SENCO starting in September 2020? We are looking for a SENCO with an English Teaching Background to for a new school in South East London. This is a Secondary school starting in and the role will start in September 2020.

The school will be looking for a professional candidate with an English Teaching Background to join their new school the role will involve being School Senco and also leading English lessons.

You will need to be a qualified teacher with QTS and a background teaching English, you will need a SENCO qualification to apply for the role and have previous experience teaching Special Educational Needs. You will need to have passion for working in an SEN setting and making a difference to improve the students live, helping them achieve the goals they need to get them ready for their future. You will need to have patience and fantastic organisational skills. Salary will be dependent on skills and experience and will be a longterm to perm role.

The SENCO, under the direction of the headteacher, will: Determine the strategic development of special educational needs (SEN) policy and provision in the school Be responsible for day-to-day operation of the SEN policy and co-ordination of specific provision to support individual pupils with SEN or a disability Provide professional guidance to colleagues, working closely with staff, parents and other agencies

If you are looking for SENCO opportunities starting in September 2020 and this sounds like an opportunity you would like to be considered for, please send your CV for consideration and we will be in touch if you have the experience and skillset we are looking for please contact Linzi at Tradewind on 0207 8455450 press 3 for me

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