SENCo

Recruiter
BELMONT JUNIOR SCHOOL
Location
London
Posted
24 Sep 2020
Closes
24 Oct 2020
Ref
1699812570
Category
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time
SENCO, Belmont Junior School, Haringey

Dates: Apply by midday 9th Oct, job start November 2020

Salary: MPR/UPR + SEN point(s) commensurate with experience

Location: Haringey, London

Contract type: Part Time (0.6)

Contract term: 1 year

Belmont Junior School is a 2-form entry Junior school serving a community rich in cultural, ethnic, religious, social and linguistic diversity in Haringey. We are looking to appoint an experienced SENCo to start work in November 2020. You will have the experience and enthusiasm to ensure that the outstanding leadership of this area is maintained whilst our SENCo is on maternity leave.

The appointed candidate will be employed as SENCO on a part-time basis for 3 days a week. You will be an outstanding practitioner with a love of teaching, having high expectations for all. We also offer a unique opportunity to work with children with physical disabilities and their team of support teachers and assistants as part of our partnership with The Vale Special School.

Our children achieve well due to our excellent teaching and our parent body is supportive of the work of the school. While we are proud of our performance, we are not complacent. We continually look for ways to develop and improve the school and to build on our successes.

With excellent interpersonal skills and the highest ambitions for our children, you will build strong relationships with parents, teachers and pupils to deliver the best outcomes for our young people.

Visits to Belmont Junior School are encouraged to find out about us and our vision for the school. Please contact Sue Vickers on 0208 888 8261 or email the school office at office@belmontjnr.haringey.sch.uk to arrange a visit.

Closing date for applications: 9th October

Interviews will be held the week beginning 19th October 2020

Belmont Junior School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be required to undertake a DBS check.