Ref 210000M4
Grade MPS + 2 SEN Points (UPS may be available for exceptional candidates)
Salary £25714 to £ 36961 
Term Full Time
Perm / Temp Temporary
Required From ASAP  to 01/05/2023 
Hours 32.436 per week
Closing Date 09/04/2021 
Primary Inclusion Teacher

Secondary Inclusion Teacher

Fixed term contract for two years.

MPS + 2 SEN Points (UPS may be available for exceptional candidates)

Lancashire Specialist Teacher Team is a specialist peripatetic specialist teaching service that supports the local Authority and Lancashire Schools in meeting the needs of vulnerable children and young people with special educational needs. The service offers advice, training, assessment intervention support and direct teaching at a highly personalised level.

Our highly skilled team work in partnership with schools, parents and other agencies to help young people in Lancashire to access learning, achieve the best possible outcomes and prepare for independent adult life.

In a drive to promote inclusion for children with EHCPS, Lancashire is creating a brand new team consisting of Teachers and Support Workers to work specifically with children and young people with EHCPS, who are struggling to access a full time mainstream timetable. We want to recruit one primary and one secondary teacher who will lead this initiative.

We are looking for two exceptional teachers who:
  • Have strong moral SEND values with the vision and determination to make a difference
  • Have a minimum of five years of experience working at a SENDCO level and or have a specialist ASD/SEMH qualification.
  • Can show evidence of experience of working with children and young people with a range of special educational needs to ensure they receive a highquality educational experience that meets their needs
  • Are able to work flexibly to meet the individual needs of children and young people pupils with an EHCP not attending school, at risk of exclusion or on part time timetables
  • Are able to work collaboratively with children with EHCPS, their families and school settings
  • Are able to provide challenge and support to schools, establishing clear actions for all partners, and evaluate the progress being made against these
  • Can design, plan and deliver interventions for pupils with EHCPs to support access to high quality full time suitable education.
  • Can confidently model teaching approaches to school staff and raise standards for children with an EHCP
  • Can direct the working of inclusion support workers.

    These posts are not suitable for NQTs.

    We can offer
  • An opportunity to join a friendly professional team committed to raising standards across education for SEND children and young people
  • Experienced staff who can offer support as you develop your role in schools.

    Application deadline: Friday 9th April 2021
    Shortlisting Week commencing : 12th April 2021
    Interviews: Monday 19th April

    We do not hold a sponsorship licence and can only consider applications from candidates who are legally entitled to work in the UK. If you do not have the right to work in the UK, your application will not progress.

    The post you are applying for is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (as amended in 2013). If successful you will be required to apply to the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) for a 'disclosure'. Further information can be found on the 'Our Recruitment Process' tab.

    We reserve the right to close down a vacancy early, before the closing date, if we receive sufficient applications.
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    We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.