Salary: £35000 – £40000/annum
Job Type: Full Time / Permanent
Minimum Salary: 35000.00
Maximum Salary: 40000.00
Job Location: Birmingham
This is a well-established provider offering an alternative to mainstream education, with choices in commercially driven courses that help individuals develop industry knowledge. Working with major employers all over the UK and have been recognised for their highly effective programmes and consistent performance across multiple contracts.
The SENDCO Role
You will be an experienced teacher with a passion for supporting Learners with special educational needs. Working closely with Curriculum/Programme Leads and other senior colleagues, you'll use your leadership skills to manage provision across a range of programmes and to provide support to other tutors/trainers.
Your responsibilities will include designing and delivering interventions with Learners in the classroom and implementing the SEN strategy. You may also have classroom teaching duties and could be working in one Centre and supporting across multiple Centres.
Develop and oversee the implementation of a SEN strategy and policy.
Carry out assessments of Learners with SEN to identify needs and monitor progress – including observations in the classroom and meeting with tutors and parents/carers.
Assess prospective Learners with EHCPs and their needs to make recommendations on suitability of provision for individual Learners.
Liaise with Local Authorities to gain access to existing EHCP plans for new Learners.
Work with tutors, the Centre Principals, parents and relevant external agencies to develop, implement and monitor individual support/learning plans in-line with Education and Health Plans.
Provide regular updates on pupil progress through written reports and meetings with parents.
Co-ordinate and participate in EHCP review meetings.
Provide advice, guidance and training to tutors on supporting Learners with SEN
Support tutors to differentiate learning and activities for Learners with SENApplicant Requirement
You will be a qualified teacher with QTS gained in England or Wales.
You will hold the National Award for Special Educational Needs Coordination (NASENCO).
Please get in touch with Ben if you have any questions. Contacts details on our website