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The Park Education Support Centre KS3 & KS4 - 9 days remaining
Closing Date 26/03/2018

High Street
Potters Bar
Hertfordshire EN6 5AB
NOR: 18


About the role:  The Park ESC has an exciting opportunity for a SENCO to join our team from September 2018 and make a great contribution to transforming the learning and lives of our students.  

This is a pivotal role in our school, with responsibility for leading, developing and supporting effective practice for students with SEND.  The SENCO will lead a small team of dedicated staff in establishing and implementing a range of support and interventions for our SEND students across the provision.

Please note that this post has a small teaching commitment and the successful candidate would be expected to model and advise on outstanding classroom practice particularly in terms of inclusion.  

What are we looking for? 

To be successful you need to be a qualified teacher with experience of SEN related responsibilities, policy and practice.  The successful candidate will be passionate about inclusion, a champion for all students with SEND and an advocate for some of our most vulnerable.  Whether you are at the start of your SENCO career or have a wealth of experience, we are interested in talking with you about how you will help us to create outstanding inclusive provision and life-changing opportunities and outcomes for our students.

We will support you towards your NASENCO qualification.

Our ideal candidate will;

  • Have a calm, patient, empathetic manner
  • Align with and actively promote our shared values and vision
  • Have the highest of expectations and aspirations for themselves and others
  • Consistently strive for excellence in order to ensure that all students are challenged to be the very best they can be
  • Lead, motivate and inspire others within a culture of respect, dignity and celebration
  • Be an innovative, creative and strategic thinker
  • Demonstrate a proactive and collaborative approach to working with others
  • Be highly efficient and effective
  • Use data to identify and track the progress of vulnerable groups/students
  • Have excellent leadership and management skills
  • Have the knowledge, skills and commitment to transform the lives of our students
  • Responsibilities will include;
  • Ensuring the needs of all students with SEND are met and that they are supported to make good progress
  • Advising, supporting and training class teachers, learning support assistants and mentors, enabling them to offer high quality provision to SEND students
  • Coordinating the school’s responsibilities with access arrangements, with the statutory assessment process, with a view to ensuring that students with a high level of need obtain an EHCP
  • Advising and supporting the parents/carers of students on our SEND registerClosing date: Monday 26th March 2018 at midday
  • Interviews to be held Thursday 19th April 2018
  • The Park ESC is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and the successful applicant will be required to undertake DBS disclosure at the enhanced level. The post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.