Lead Sen Practitioner

Zoek Pin Andover, Hampshire, England


Permanent (Full time)

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Based in Andover, my client; one of leading childcare providers across Hampshire, is looking to recruit a Lead SEN Practitioner to join their friendly, busy team.

Duties and Responsibilities

* Be active and self-reflective to improve outcomes for children, especially those with any form of additional needs or vulnerability.

* To use observations and assessment data to support staff in identifying children with additional needs, and then plan appropriate to meet their needs.

* To develop and oversee focused activities, including language groups to support children with additional needs and vulnerabilities to meet their next steps.

* To lead on the SEND improvement plan as part of the leadership team.

* Engage, coach and role model food practice to staff to embed changes and improve both universal and SEND provisions, centred on an understanding of child development.

* Ensure clear partnerships with parents/carers to share information and work together to improve both the home and nursery learning environment.

* With the Manager, develop partnerships with health visitors, schools, local inclusion officers, social services, other agencies and the wider community.

* Measure and review the impact of planned interventions

* As part of the nursery leadership team, support the planning scrutiny of our whole nursery provision, and deputise as required for the nursery manager.

* Work alongside the community team to develop and enhance our community provision for our vulnerable families.

Person Specification

* Be a qualified childcare practitioner to L3 and committed to working towards L5.

* Experience of implementing improvement in an Early Years setting

* A minimum of 3 years’ experience in an Early Years setting

* Experience and understanding of child development, behaviour management, SENCO and identified groups of children. Willing to undertake further training in this regard

* First aid

* A qualification, knowledge and understanding of statutory safeguarding. Be willing to become a Designated Safeguarding Lead (Level 3 or above)

* Good knowledge of matters relating to health and safety.

Location: Andover

Salary: : £26,133 per annum.

Hours: 40 hours per week Monday-Friday

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