Teacher: £29,195 - £41,604 per annum plus TLR2 of £2,873 per annum – Salary within this pay range only to be agreed at interview.
Part time – 1.5 Days per week (Ideally Monday and Tuesday)
Elm Park is moving to a single form entry school, which actively engages in the Frome Valley Alliance and is part of SEN/D Cluster 3 schools.
Do you have enthusiasm and energy to work as part of our supportive and friendly team in an inspiring school environment? Are you an experienced SENDCo looking for your next step? Would you like to be a part of developing initiatives and taking the school forward? We may have just the opportunity for you!
Our school is continuing to develop its inclusive culture for SEND and you will have the chance to lead and develop that strategy alongside the Senior Team, who are experienced and passionate. Our aim is to enable all stakeholders, remove barriers and continue to build a culture of inclusive, high quality first teaching under our graduated approach.
The Inclusion Lead will lead and manage the teaching assistants delivering 1:1 and group intervention, together with liaising with parents and outside agencies, as well as conducting specialist teaching and assessments with small groups and individuals across the school. You will be an expert in your field, able to model strategies and practice for the team in order that they may enable pupils. The role also requires leadership and management of administrative duties in relation to special educational needs across the school.
The post is offered as a permanent basis on a 1.5 day per week contract ideally on a Monday and Tuesday from 1st January 2021. Please note this is a non-teaching role.
Salary will be based on qualifications, experience and the successful applicant’s ability to contribute to the life of the School.
We seek someone who:
• Is an enthusiastic and dynamic person!
• Has excellent personal and communication skills
• Has achieved the SENDCo qualification
• Has experience to bring to developing vision and strategy at whole school level
• Has an understanding of SEMH needs
• Has a broad knowledge of the EYFS / KS1 / KS2 curriculum
• Has excellent & positive behaviour management skills
• Can show a commitment to developing good relationships with; children, staff at the school, parents and outside agencies
• Has high expectations and is friendly, hardworking and supportive
We can offer:
• A Good school (Ofsted Nov 2019) with strong values that promote care for each other
• The opportunity to work with established colleagues both in school and across our Alliance
• Motivated, engaged and inspiring young learners
Due to the current restrictions in place, visits will take place after school following our Covid-19 visits policy
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the safety and welfare of children and young people. All staff and volunteers are expected to share this commitment and all appointments will be subject to appropriate vetting, including an enhanced DBS disclosure check.
Closing date: Thursday 12th November.
Please note that if you have not been called for interview by 5pm on Monday 16th November, you have not been successful on this occasion.
Interview date: Friday, 20th November 2020.
Elm Park Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.