|Additional Educational Needs Coordinator
Permanent Contract - TMPS/UPS + TLR 1.2
Closing Date: Thursday 1st February 2018
We are looking for an Additional Educational Needs (AEN) Coordinator for our Learning Support Department. This role includes acting as the SENCO, Designated Teacher for Looked After Children and coordinating provision for EAL students. The AEN Coordinator leads a department of eight support assistants, three cover supervisors and a Literacy teacher.
The candidate we require should be a talented, dynamic leader, able to communicate their enthusiasm about education to staff and students and create an exciting, inspiring learning environment. They must be passionate about every student achieving their potential and about supporting them in overcoming their barriers to learning. They must foster excellent relationships with external agencies and local primary schools. They must work closely with the Heads of Year to identify any special educational needs that have not been previously identified in primary schools and seek the relevant support for the students.
This is a permanent post commencing 1st September 2018
The closing date for receipt of applications is 12.00pm on Thursday 1st February 2018. We look forward to receiving your application.
HOW GOOD ARE WE?
Churchill Community College is an OUTSTANDING provider of education to young people and prepares them extremely well for their future. '
' All groups of students make OUTSTANDING progress and leave Year 11 with GCSE results well above those found nationally.'
' Teachers have high expectations throughout the college and aspire for their students to do well
' The college is determined that its teachers are the very best in what they do and the depth and spread of professional development on offer to staff is extremely high. Teachers respond well to this and work hard to develop their skills. '
' Students are mature and confident learners because they know that staff want the best for them. They are confident about the skills and knowledge of teachers so that they are happy to engage and learn from them.'
' Students are extremely safe in the college and their behaviour is OUTSTANDING. Their attitudes to learning are very high. Students overwhelmingly say they feel safe and tell inspectors that bullying is rare and if it ever happens it is dealt with immediately.
' Governors and senior leaders set themselves extremely high standards. The breadth of experience
' The headteacher, head of school, senior leaders and middle leaders all share the vision to provide the best for students and the desire to continue to drive improvement in the quality of teaching and student achievement.'
How to Apply
Churchill Community College is a Secondary School in North Tyneside, with 834 students aged between 11-18. The Headteacher is Mr David Baldwin, the Head of School is Miss Elaine Riley and the Chair of Governors is Mrs tracey Booth.