Early Years Area SENCo Coordinator 

Term time.
£40,804–46,169 FTE which will be pro-rated to TTO.
Operational area: Windsor and Maidenhead.

We are looking to find an experienced and qualified Early Years Area SENCo Coordinator. You will be based in the Educational Psychology & Wellbeing Services within the Early Years SEND Inclusion Service. The Early Years SEND Inclusion services (0–rising 4 years) is to improve outcomes for children with SEND, provide advice, support and training on good inclusive practice within early years and childcare provisions across RBWM, in line with the principles of the Early Years Foundation Stage and the SEND Code of Practice. This includes preschools, schools, day nurseries and childminders, special educational needs co-ordinators, professional colleagues in health and social care and other associated agencies, as necessary. Achieving For Children continually reviews its business structure and practices in order to provide the best possible services for children and their families.

The key aspects of the role will include:

  • Offering advice on inclusion of children with SEND (0-rising 4 years) across private, voluntary, and independent settings including preschools, schools, day nurseries and childminders.
  • Supporting SENCOs and early year’s practitioners in planning provision, modelling teaching and intervention strategies, focused assessment, monitoring and reviewing progress of children accessing the EYFS curriculum.
  • Closely monitoring the impact of provision and inclusion funding so children make accelerated progress in their learning and development, enabling them achieve good outcomes.
  • Aiming to ensure that all children receive high quality, inclusive early education that enables them to achieve the best possible educational and developmental outcomes.
  • Providing training, resources, information and support for setting SENCOs and other practitioners to enable them to meet the needs of children with SEND more effectively.
  • Supporting Early Years Providers so that they have the required skills to undertake effective and efficient Education, Health and Care Needs Assessment Requests.
  • Providing expertise and knowledge on SEND in Early Years at various panels, forums and working groups throughout the council.
  • To contribute to Early Years SEND Inclusion Team projects under the direction and management of the Senior Educational Psychologist to accelerate the achievement of children with special educational needs.

For more information and to apply for this role please visit our vacancies page on www.achievingforchildren.org.uk.

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