Part time SENCo

  • Permanent
  • Wellingborough
  • £28,000 - 43,685 per year

Connex - Northampton

We are supporting a lovely primary school who are seeking a passionate and enthusiastic SENCo to come on board and work in a local Wellingborough school. This is a part time role, with no classroom responsibilty. The school are eager to find someone with SENDCo experience, who is eager to hit the ground running and make a real difference. 

If this sounds like the SENCO opportunity for you, read on below to find out further details.

Main duties and responsibilities

• Lead relevant school improvement priority to increase effectiveness of SEND provision

• Lead systematic identification, monitoring, review and evaluation of the SEND needs within the school;

• Regularly review the identification, placement and outcomes for pupils with SEND on the SEND Register;

• Ensure that appropriate information regarding the pupils’ SEND and support strategies are shared with all staff;

• Review, refine and implement SEND and related policies to ensure best provision for our pupils;

• Work in partnership with parents and the pupil to set up, review and evaluate SEND Support plans and provision plans;

• Prepare Annual Review documentation and lead the Annual Review of EHCPs with pupils, their parents and involved professionals;

• Make referrals and liaise with professionals outside of the school – this could range from and include: MASH team, psychologists, Local Authority SEND team with EHCP applications, health and social care providers, speech and language therapists and occupational therapists;

• Contribute to planning for the delivery of evidence-based and effective SEN strategies and support to meet the needs of pupils with SEND;

• Design and lead professional development to support staff in understanding the learning needs of pupils with SEND and the strategies to raise their achievement;

• Assist colleagues to plan effectively with clear learning goals, taking into account the previous experience and prior attainment of individual pupils;

• Advise staff on the most effective teaching methods to enable pupils to achieve their learning goals;

• Ensure appropriate assessment of all pupils receiving support and assist colleagues in the setting of realistic and challenging targets for future progress;

• Model outstanding teaching to pupils with a range of needs and prior attainment;

• Support staff with the writing and implementation of Learning Plans and Behaviour Support Plans and the keeping of appropriate, up to date records;

• Undertake additional assessments of specific learning needs;

• Attend, lead and participate in relevant meetings and professional development;





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