3 days SENDCo, 2 days Teaching

Leadership Scale: L1 – L3 plus additional paid duties

(Depending on qualifications and experience)


Do you want to change lives?

Do you want a job that really matters?

Can you strategically plan to meet the needs of all students?



Chiltern Way is an Ofsted 'Outstanding' cutting edge and transformational organisation for students with ASC and SEMH, currently spanning four campuses, with two secondary schools, one primary school and one combined school. We offer a compassionate and structured environment, centred on a purposeful curriculum offer.


The staff team is strong and exceptionally committed, bringing with them a wide range of relevant skills and experience.


Our clear purpose is to make an enduring difference to our students’ lives, providing them with the knowledge, resilience and skills to enable them to have purposeful and lasting employment.


We are looking for a SENDCo who will:

  • Provide strategic leadership for the provision of all students across the school in order to ensure their SEN needs are met and that all students make excellent progress.

  • Be part of the Senior Leadership Team.

  • Have a SENCO qualification or be willing to undertake a NASENCo Post Graduate Course.


You will be part of a talented, loyal and hardworking team dedicated to improving outcomes for our children.


We Offer 

  • Generous salary
  • Highly developed and innovative training
  • Increased professional development and career opportunities
  • An opportunity to be involved in the development and progression of the school and wider community
  • An excellent induction programme
  • On-going mentoring and coaching
  • A very supportive team
  • Innovative and rapidly growing organisation
  • High staff: student ratios



 We Want 

  • Professionals who are passionate about breaking the cycle of social deprivation and turning around young lives
  • Dynamic, reflective, progressive practitioners
  • Teachers who want to get on with the teaching and cut down on the administration
  • Teachers who want to develop their SENDCo careers




For more information on this exciting opportunity, please contact:

Mark Taylor, Deputy Head/Lead SENDCo –


Closing date:  Thursday 19th May 2022 (noon)

Interviews: w/c Monday 23rd May 2022


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Chiltern Way Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful candidates are required to undergo an enhanced DBS check.


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Chiltern Way Academy Trust is an equal opportunities employer.