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Are you looking for a non-teaching SENDCo role?

We may have the perfect role!

Teaching Personnel are currently representing a 'Good' school in the South of Sheffield. We are currently seeking a SENDCo to work part time, 3 - 4 days a week until the summer. This role has the opportunity to become a permanent role for the right person, so someone able to commit to this long term is essential. The school has a high intake of children identified as having SEN and have an integrated resource on site.

Our ideal SENDCo will:

  • Champion Inclusion, to celebrate strengths and to drive improvement in provision and outcomes for children across the school
  • Develop and implement Teaching and Learning initiatives and strategies which raise the teaching practice of all members of staff and therefore raise standards and progress for all pupils with SEND
  • Be a model of excellent practice, maintaining a clear focus on outstanding delivery to teachers, teaching assistants and learners ensuring a model of best practice and excellence
  • Work closely with the senior leadership team and other leading practitioners in developing, implementing and evaluating policies and practice that lead to improved outcomes for pupils with exceptional needs, SEND and other vulnerable groups
  • Undertake research into best practice in other schools, to be committed to removing barriers to learning for all pupils
  • Research and evaluate innovative special needs practices and draw on research outcomes, work of relevant agencies (SALT, MAST, CHAMS, Hearing Impaired, Autism Service, Dyslexia Specialists) and other sources of external evidence to inform own practice
  • Audit inclusive provision across school, to use outcomes to challenge and support schools in order to achieve the best possible provision for all pupils and to support staff in gaining the confidence, knowledge and techniques to support all children
  • Work with all relevant agencies to increase your knowledge and skills, be proactive in seeking out solutions for pupils and staff
  • Assess individual pupils and to effectively use assessments to provide advice and support for staff in devising and implementing consistent use of SSG, MyPlans and EHCPs

What Teaching Personnel can offer you:

  • A dedicated, specialist consultant working for you
  • Support at interview stage
  • Support throughout your role
  • Online diary systems and regular correspondence
  • Access to our leading CPD Academy offering a range of courses

If this sounds like the role for you, or you would be interested in similar roles, please don't hesitate to get in touch with Kim Johnson on 0114 2413343 or email your full CV via the link below

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.

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