Hyde, Greater Manchester
Date Posted: 03 Jun 2024
  1. Leadership
£220 - £225 per day
  1. Permanent


Hyde, Greater Manchester

Are you a trained or aspiring SENDCo looking for your next challenge? A wonderful opportunity has presented to work on SLT in a fantastic school and play an instrumental role in the coordination of SEND provision.

If you are looking for a leadership opportunity from September, look no further! An exciting role presents for a trained or aspiring SENDCo to work at a wonderful two-form entry school located in Hyde Tameside. This position commences September on a full-time basis and will pay M6 with a TLR2a. This is a blended role which will also involve 1-2 days in class teaching but the majority of the role will be out of class coordinating the SEND provision across the school.

About the School

The school is proud to educate a diverse community of children and has a higher than average % of SEND pupils. With an ever-increasing challenge for schools to provide high-quality support for children with special educational needs and disabilities, the role of SENDCo at this school is crucial in ensuring that every child receives the support they need to thrive.


If you are a trained or aspiring SENDCo, this new and fulfilling challenge could be perfect for you! The successful applicant will be passionate about inclusive education and committed to leaving no stone unturned when supporting children with special educational needs and disabilities.

As the SENDCo, you will play a pivotal role in shaping the inclusive culture of theschool and enhancing the educational experience for all children.

Key Responsibilities

  • A strong understanding of SEN code of practice & primary curriculum. (NASENCo qualification - highly desirable but not essential)
  • A committment to raising the achievement of all students of all abilities
  • Experience reading, writing and reviewing EHCPs
  • Carrying out 1:1 assessments and liaising with SLT and parent's/ guardians
  • Undertake the day to day coordination of SEN pupil's provisions through close liaison with staff, parents and external agencies
  • Effective communication, developing positive relationships with young children and adults
  • Passion and dedication in helping children reach their academic potential

The school prides itself on it's core values of happiness, kindness, resilience and respect which are ingrained in every aspect of the school community. Staff are extremely supportive and dedicated to their role and as a result of strong leadership where wellbeing is a priority, staff are happy and turnover is low.

If you feel you have the relevant skills and experience to excel in this role - we would love to hear from you!

The Benefits of Working with Tradewind:

  • Your income matters; we will always seek to get you the highest rate of pay and will provide you with the best possible advice
  • Your development matters; we offer our people free access to over 2,500 CPD courses, webinars and resources via the incredible National College
  • Your flexibility matters; we tailor the working week to you - daily supply, long-term contracts and permanent positions all available, all local to you
  • Your wellbeing matters; we put people at the heart of everything we do and are proudly a Sunday Times Top 100 employer for 4 years running
  • We pride ourselves on our exceptional service to our candidates and are proudly an Equal Opportunities Employer

4 years
in a row!

We are proud to be listed in the Sunday Times Top 100 Companies to Work For, for the 4th year running!

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