We seek an exceptional SENCO / additional specialist teacher (superstar) professional development leader to join our dynamic team. This is a released position, with a 0.4 teaching (release) component and 3MU.
You must have experience in:
Working collaboratively with a child-centred approach. This includes the ability to form relationships with educators, parents, caregivers and whānau, to enhance understanding about the child and their behaviours
Confidently assessing children’s and individual needs to then be able to collaboratively develop, implement and monitor an effective personalised learning and behaviour plan
Helping the adults around the child to make changes to the environment to support positive behaviour and learning
Working with learning support services, external agencies and schools to embed inclusive education
Working from a transdisciplinary approach with other professionals and agencies to meet the needs of the child, their family and whānau.
For the role you will need:
Strong interpersonal skills including the ability to build and sustain meaningful professional relationships with your colleagues and external stakeholders
An understanding of inclusive practice
The ability to be flexible and creative in your approach, with a commitment to evidence-based practice
Experience working with children or young people who have additional learning or behaviour needs
Culturally responsive practice that demonstrates a commitment to the Treaty of Waitangi.