We are seeking an enthusiastic and talented SENCo to join our School at this exciting point in our journey.
The Complete Works (TCW) is an innovative alternative education provider that offers a unique and alternative way of delivering education. Our child-centred approach to learning allows students to feel empowered and respected. We recognise every student is different and tailor our education experience to try and meet those different needs and strengths. We offer education for key stage 1 -4 in a number of small centres and/or in homes/libraries on a one-to-one basis. Many of our students have missed significant periods of education, have SEND or may have been permanently excluded from their mainstream schools.
The SENCo role at TCW is a unique, challenging and highly rewarding role, with many differences to working in a more traditional setting - so we are looking for someone with an open mind as to what the role requires who is excited to work with us to achieve the best for our students. You will oversee the special educational needs of all the students across our school, ensuring that all needs are met to the best of our ability and that the students all have effective and productive annual reviews, documented to the highest standard. As TCW is a remote school, this role requires good communication skills to allow teachers to consult with the SENCo through various means enabling good practice and knowledge to be imparted to key members of staff who work directly with the students. The providing of tailored advice is big part of this role as you will be the first port of call for most SEND queries form staff, parents, referrers and students.
If you are a highly motivated and friendly professional who would like to make a real difference to the lives of young people, please apply now!
Deadline: Sunday 3rd November 2019
Interview week: 11th November 2020
Salary: From £27,000
Start date: 6th January 2020
The Complete Works Independent 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.