Vacancy Summary

Non-Teaching SENDCO

Main-Upper Pay Scale + SEN Point

Vacancy Information

We are a dynamic, forward thinking, three form entry school with a dedicated staff team committed to ensuring all children reach their full potential.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced SENDCO to join our growing team for Inclusion. You will work collaboratively with an AHT for Inclusion, SEND Administrator and three Specialist Teachers. You will have the responsibility in leading exceptional SEND provision across school.

Crossley Hall Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We welcome applications regardless of age, gender, ethnicity or religion.

Visits to the school are warmly welcomed by arrangement. Please contact the Operations Manager to arrange an appointment or to ask for further information on 07741 164878 or e.jarockyj@chps.paymat.org

The successful candidate will have met the requirements of the person specification and will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Shortlisted applicants will need to provide evidence of their eligibility to work in the UK. This role is customer facing and therefore in line with the Immigration Act 2016; all applicants must be able to demonstrate fluency of the English Language to the level defined in the job description.

As a SENDCO at Crossley Hall Primary School, we will offer you:

  • Working as part of an experienced SEND team
  • The support of working alongside an experienced Senior Leadership Team
  • The opportunity to undertake NPQ Qualification
  • A straight talking and energetic team

What our Assistant Head for Inclusion- Miss Moran says about us,
“Having started as a student in Nursery 8 years ago, it is safe to say that my time at Crossley Hall has enabled me to flourish as an educator, pursue my passion for SEND and grow amongst a strong, supportive team with dedicated leadership. Utilising a relational approach enables us all to create connections between adults and staff alike that are wholly positive and enabling. A recent SEND review concluded: "the school environment was calm and positive relationships were evident across all areas of the school. The school's three core values – aspiration, inclusion and happiness – were observed throughout the school and in the interactions with both pupils and staff." Supporting children with SEND is a significant part of life here at Crossley Hall and we take great pride in ensuring children have the provision they require, as well as working in partnership with parents and external professionals to take a holistic approach to meeting needs. Although each and every day is different, I believe working at Crossley Hall is ultimately one of the most rewarding places to be and I feel incredibly proud to be a part of our community”.

Closing date: 9am, Monday 15th April 2024

Interview date: Tuesday 23rd April 2024

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