About the role
If you are an experienced SENCO looking for a next step, this is the Leadership role you have been waiting for!
Often in primary schools the respected SENCO can feel they are at times working in isolation. Here, you would lead an outstanding team of teaching and non- teaching professionals. You would have a highly skilled non-teaching Deputy SENCO with EYFS 0-5 experience and prior Children’s Centre experience. As a 0-11 provider, a further SENCO is based in our Day Care, for whom you would give advice and provide consultancy if required.
Howe Dell has outstanding Nurture provision ensuring the most vulnerable children have support.
Mental Health and staff as well as pupil wellbeing is our priority: our current School Plan is based on Charlie Mackesy’s book, ‘The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse.'
You would be joining a happy and committed team at a crucial time when wellbeing, resilience and interventions are even more crucial to our most vulnerable children.
You would be part of an across-site Leadership Team with capacity to be part of the Senior Leadership Team who never forget ‘every child matters every day’
Visits on site from late August can be arranged by appointment and any queries regarding this role, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
This position is available after our current post holder, initially a Team Leader with TLR and later became a Deputy Head at our school.
Howe Dell is an incredible place to work, continual professional development guaranteed and no two days are the same.
The successful candidate would be in post in time to join us (Government guidance dependent) on our annual Leadership Day: 2021 on a canal supporting a local charity and learning new skills.
We provide an organisation that takes safer recruitment seriously and rigorous checks will be made as part of the process relating to any appointments to the school. We actively seek to recruit with Child Protection as a priority.
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