AEN (Additional Educational Needs) Inclusion Manager - Maternity - Special Needs Position
Start Date: Sep 2018
Are you a bright, motivated, enthusiastic and inspirational teacher? Are you creative and committed to teaching and learning? Are you keen to learn new skills and develop professionally? If so, then please read on! We are seeking an experienced primary teacher with a track record of working closely with SEN pupils to fulfil the role of SENCO / Inclusion Manager. This person will be:
- an enthusiastic individual who will embrace our enriched programme of learning, utilising the full range of resources available to support pupils with SEN
- have high expectations of children's attainment, progress, behaviour and emotional well-being
- have the National Award for SEN Co-Ordination or a willingness to work towards this
- have high expectations of their own achievement and development, both professionally and personally
- have excellent organisational skills and up to date knowledge of relevant legislation
- have a sound knowledge of implementing strategies to support pupils in mainstream schools
- be able to model good practice, deliver training and recommend specific programmes of intervention for pupils
- a team player who is creative, energetic and has a good sense of humour
We can offer:
- a highly successful and harmonious community with well-behaved children
- happy, highly motivated children who are hungry to learn
- a dedicated and enthusiastic team
- excellent relationships with parents
- supportive governors
- a school dog!
All appointments will be subject to a satisfactory DBS and Health check to ensure our commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our children is maintained. A teaching task, a written task and an interview will form part of the application process. This post is open to Band 2 (Accomplished) and Band 3 (Expert) teachers on the Main Pay Scale. Please note that this post is only open to qualified and experienced teachers.
The post is part-time and is a maternity cover for one year in the first instance; we require 2-3 days support per week. Visits to the school are warmly welcomed.
Closing Date: 23/02/2018 at 12:00
Interviews: to be confirmed
Information about the school
We are a popular, rural village school with 7 classes and a nursery. CGPS formed part of the Pathway Academy Trust in October 2015. TPAT currently has three schools: Riverview Infants, Riverview Juniors and Culverstone Green. The three schools work very closely together in raising attainment.
We have a brand new school building and school grounds that are spacious. The children have a school council and their view point is very important to us. We have a supportive Local Governing Body and an active PTA. We are an innovative and creative school with a positive, friendly and motivated staff team. We even have our own school dog! We are committed to CPD. Come and see for yourself!
Our School and all its personnel are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service.