|Workplace Type:||Secondary School Teaching Jobs|
|Job Type:||Interim/Long Term Jobs|
|Posted On:||2 Aug 2012|
Are you an existing SENCO or experienced Secondary Teacher looking to move into a middle management role?
Do you have a good understanding and passion for supporting and working with pupils with SEN?
Can you be the outstanding primary SENCO this school are looking for?
Do you have drive, enthusiasm and a desire to become part of a professional and dedicated team?
This could be the new role for you!
***One Year Contract - The whole academic year, with an option to stay on.
**Popular over subscribed Secondary School!
***Main/ Upper Pay Scale + TLR!
***September 2012 Start!
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Outstanding Primary Special Needs Coordinator at an over subscribed secondary school located near the heart of Birmingham.
Due to a retirement the Head Teacher is looking to recruit a top SENCO to join their team of staff for the start of the next Academic year, September 2012, initially for one year with an option to stay on permanent.
My client is very much larger than most secondary schools. It attracts students from a very large number of primary schools in the surrounding area. Students come from a wide range of socio-economic backgrounds with an above average proportion known to be eligible for free school meals. A large majority of the student population are of White British heritage with a wide range of other minority backgrounds represented. Very few speak English as an additional language. The proportion of students identified by the school as having special educational needs and/or disabilities is well below the national average but rising. My client's specialisms are technology and visual arts. The school holds Training School status and has gained a number of awards including the Healthy Schools award. My client provides a range of extended services for the local community
The role will involve taking responsibility for Special Needs across the school as well as joining a lovely Middle Management Team who are a close-knit community in many ways. You will need to be a proficient team worker and a creative practitioner as well as being suitably experienced for the role. The successful candidate will look forward to working in a supportive and friendly environment where their skills and talents as a teacher are nurtured and developed by the SLT.
If you would like further information please contact Luke @ Edustaff.
***Please note only successful candidates will be contacted.
We look forward to speaking with you.
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