An exciting new opportunity has arisen for a SENCO to join the team at Riverside. The role involves working alongside our Deputy Head for Inclusion in leading the provision for pupils with SEN across the school and overseeing the school’s SEND strategy and policy. The role will also involve teaching groups of pupils with SEN.
We are looking for a qualified teacher with a minimum of three years’ experience who has a passion for teaching children with SEN and a relentless desire to ensure that all children make excellent progress. The successful candidate will hold the NASENCO Award or will be willing to achieve it within three years of taking on the post.
Riverside Primary School and Nursery is proud to be a culturally diverse and inclusive community school that is committed to working towards our vision of ‘Every Child a Happy Learner.’ We are a well-resourced school with a speech and language resource base, a nurture group and a large Team of support staff. Excellent training and support will be provided
Closing date : 10am Thursday 7 July 2022
Interviews : Wednesday 13 July 2022
You will be:
- Patient, hardworking, caring , friendly, supportive and energetic.
- A dynamic thinker who can look ahead and anticipate, adapting to circumstances accordingly.
- Experienced in a Primary School or Early Years setting.
- Experienced in supporting children with SEN.
- Willing to be creative and flexible .
We will offer you:
- A friendly, motivated and supportive working environment.
- Professional development and training.
- The opportunity to make a difference.
If you feel you would enjoy the opportunity and challenge that this role would offer, we would be delighted to hear from you. Visits to the school are encouraged. To arrange a visit, please contact the school office on 01628 621741.
To download the job description and application form please visit our website: www.riversideprimaryschool.org.uk
Please return completed applications to: Finance@riversideprimaryschool.org.uk
Riverside Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and expects all members of staff to share this commitment. Applicants will be subject to an enhanced criminal record check from the DBS.