Sanctuary Personnel

    Sanctuary Personnel, a dedicated and award-winning recruitment agency with a TrustPilot score of 4.8/5 and over 600+ reviews have an exciting Locum opportunity available for an experienced SENCO to join a small Primary School in Andover, Hampshire. The role is set to start in September 2024 and is a full time, permanent role.

    : MPR/UPR £33,814 – £44,870 pro rata per annum

    Full-time, 32.5 hours a week

    Benefits of working for Sanctuary Personnel:

    • Fully online and paperless registration service
    • Free DBS and compliance service including paid for mandatory e-learning and practical training modules (if applicable)
    • Exclusive access to fully managed service social work projects (some outside IR35) with high rates of pay, flexible working, support from experienced social work practitioners, accommodation assistance (if applicable), retention bonuses (if applicable) and extensive equipment provided.
    • Revalidation/registration renewal based on length of service
    • £250 refer a friend bonus once referral has worked 100 hours (uncapped T&Cs apply)
    • Find your own job bonus – Receive £250 for bringing your own position to us
    • Your own dedicated consultant with extensive experience recruiting to social work roles (public & private sector)
    • Daily payroll and in-house payroll system
    • Access to our online careers hub

    Main Duties of the SENCO:

    • The SENCO position, free from classroom teaching duties, is a newly established role within the school. It presents an exciting opportunity for the ideal candidate to play a pivotal role in shaping the future direction of our SEN provision.
    • Communicates directly with Head Teachers, Heads of Departments, and School Governors to ensure alignment of the school’s SEN policies with national standards, catering to the needs of children with diverse learning requirements.

    Requirements of the SENCO:

    • Demonstrated teaching expertise in either Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, or the foundation stage, with Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) or a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE).
    • Prior experience as a SENCO and either possessing or working towards the National Award for SEN coordination.
    • Proven track record of delivering excellent SEN provision resulting in significant progress for children.
    • Previous involvement in enriching the overall school community.
    • Strong leadership skills and the ability to lead by example.
    • Capability to effectively support a team of LSAs (Learning Support Assistants) working with our SEN students.

    Regretfully we are only able to respond to experienced candidates who meet these requirements for this SENCO role as we need to meet our clients requirements, but please feel free to browse our open roles that may be more suitable for you.

    Reasonable Adjustments:

    If you consider yourself to have a disability or require any reasonable adjustment during the recruitment process or within the workplace, please highlight this at the earliest opportunity. With this information, we will provide appropriate support to you throughout the process and into your work.</p