Inclusion Coordinator and PPA teacher summer 2019
We are seeking to add a new primary teacher to our excellent team.
From the Summer term 2019 we are seeking a teacher to take responsibility for co-ordinating INCLUSION (O.44fte) and providing curriculum cover for PPA (O.44fte)
Salary to be paid on the Main Scale/Upper Pay Scale plus additional SEN allowance (pro-rata)
The successful candidate must be an experienced teacher (minimum 5 years), dedicated and have achieved the National SENCo Award or willing to undertake this, as they will be part of the Senior Leadership Team.
Responsibilities of the SEN role include:
• Organising, monitoring and evaluating the intervention strategies used in the school
• Supporting class teachers to assess and identify the needs of pupils with barriers to learning
• Arranging special educational needs (SEN) reviews and leading school consultation meetings
• Working closely with the pastoral support and intervention agencies to identify children and families who require support
• Line managing Teaching Assistants
Responsibilities of the PPA role include:
• Planning and teaching IT throughout the school. This will be supported by appropriate training and support, and a culture where IT is embedded in the curriculum.
We are looking for someone who:
• is caring, patient and enthusiastic, with good communication skills and high expectations to join our friendly team
• understands SEND children.
• is able to lead this area across the school from Reception to Year 6.
• is highly motivated and keen to participate in school life.
The successful candidate will be required to complete the national SEND award which is compulsory to lead Inclusion in a school.
Closing date: Noon Friday 8th February
Interviews: Tuesday 12th February
St Alban’s is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This position is a regulated activity and an enhanced DBS check will be required. We are a school which promotes equal opportunities.
The pupils’ exemplary behaviour and very positive attitudes towards learning are key factors in their outstanding achievement. Ofsted 2014