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Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator Expiring soon


Teaching Personnel

£34,427 - 51,000 per year

Morecambe

Permanent | Full Time

12/08/2022

No

Position: SENDCo

Location: Morecambe, Lancashire

Start date: January 2023

Salary: Competitive and negotiable dependent on experience.

£34,427 - £51,000 annual salary on average.

Contract: Full time, temp to perm

A ‘Good’ secondary school in Morecambe are looking to appoint an experienced SENCO to join their continuously improving SEN department. The school is ever expanding due to great pupil success, and you will be joining a thriving community.

You will join a highly successful secondary school where staff are committed to providing a warm, caring environment for all pupils. Social development is encouraged for pupils as well as academic development, and you will share the same values and dedication to providing an equal opportunity for all.

School visions and values:

In our new academy we are working together on our values. We want every member of our community to feel that they belong to the academy and to each other. It is only from a secure sense of personal value and community that we can engage with the world around us.

We believe that change is possible and in the potential of every student. We encourage building self- confidence and belief in the best possible future.

And as students become part of this journey with the learning community, they will go on to achieve, both personally and academically.

The successful candidate will:

  • Have proven and notable SENDCO experience (minimum 1 year desirable)
  • Can work productively and cooperatively as part of a school team
  • Be committed to a long-term, full-time role

We will:

  • Provide you with weekly competitive pay, which ties in line with the main pay scale. Prior to engaging in a permanent contract directly with the school.
  • Provide you with a dedicated consultant, who will help you through the registration and interview process.
  • Give you full access to our career enhancing CPD academy along the way!

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