23000.00 - 38000.00 GBP Annual + GBP23000 - GBP38000/annum MPS/ UPS - Inner London
19 May 2017
14 Jun 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
SENCO - Central London

If you are looking for ample opportunities for career development, this multicultural school in Central London has the SENCO role for you!

***SENCO at a vibrant primary school
***Central London, easily accessible
***MPS/ UPS - Inner London
***Permanent, Full-Time SENCO role starting September
***Great CPD and continuous training!

SENCO Role Specification

The school needs preferably an experienced teacher who has the caring and empathetic character to offer support and guidance to all pupils and staff. You should be able to contribute strongly in group situations and under your own steam all while utilizing your extensive knowledge of SEN practices. You should have the capability to cultivate a clear, organised learning environment and command the classes attention at all times.

About the SENCO Role

In this exciting SENCO role you will be leading SEN teaching and development across the whole school. The department is particularly popular within the school thanks to its innovative teaching methods and dynamic staff. Your duties will include covering the key elements of the curriculum in a creative and imaginative way that engages your students and encourages further learning. In general, you will be creating a regular report that monitors the progress of different SEN students and evaluates the effectiveness of the approach they have taken so far.

The School

This exciting primary school is found in Central London and is easily accessible. By concentrating on the wellbeing of pupils and creating a stable learning environment, this school quickly discovered that high academic grades will follow.

Apply for this incredible SENCO opportunity in Central London today and take the first step towards achieving and exceeding your career goals. Get your CV over to Rebecca Constant at EduStaff by clicking 'apply' now.

Please note: only those qualified for a SENCO Role in the UK should apply