DBS0089/23 - EHCP Co-Ordinator - Woodlawn School
Full time - term time plus specified days
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Closed for applications on 23/11/2023 09:00
£22,625 - £24,234
Schools - Support
Woodlawn school, Drumoyne Gardens Whitley Bay NE25 9DL
As a result of increasing pupil numbers at Woodlawn School we seek:
A self-motivated, organised and friendly person to work in an exciting role within our school.
This is a new role to work alongside our current EHCP Coordinator creating a second role to support an increasing number of students across our school.
The successful applicant will work with the SENCO/SLT to ensure that the EHCP and annual review process is conducted effectively for our students and their families.
The ideal candidate will:
Have excellent communication skills,
Have excellent IT skills,
Have some office experience,
Be hard working, adept at building relationships, enthusiastic and passionate about getting the best outcomes for students.
The EHCP coordinator will take responsibility for:-
Attending annual reviews/EHCP meetings, chaired by teachers,
Ensuring that the EHCP and annual review process is conducted effectively across all of our provision, in line with statutory and local requirements.
Updating paperwork relevant to the annual review/EHCP and working within strict time frames.
Ensuring that professional reports are completed to a high standard by pastoral teachers.
Ensuring additional relevant reports from external agencies e.g. CAMHS, Social workers are received to update the EHCP.
Providing accurate records of meetings and reports.
Liaising with Connexions and supporting staff, students, parents and carers.
Ensuring EHCP outcomes are shared with relevant staff to ensure students’ progress is tracked using management information systems.
Updating internal monitoring systems e.g. CPOMs
Carrying out six monthly checks for each student to review progress and updating school systems.
Working directly with the SENCo and EHCP Administrator to ensure a consistent approach is provided for all students.
Other duties will include:
Completing referrals to external agencies, as directed by the SLT or as agreed in review meetings.
A commitment to the agreed school vision and mission statement.
Taking an active part in internal meetings/working groups.
Communicating effectively with students/parents and carer and collaborate with colleagues and other relevant professionals within school and beyond the school.
Relaying any concern to the SENCo or Safeguarding lead in the first instance.
Continuing personal and professional development.
Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of students for whom you have a responsibility or come into contact with, to include adhering to all specified policies and procedures.
Any other tasks as may be reasonably requested by the SLT
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. As such an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) disclosure will be sought along with other relevant pre-employment checks as appropriate.
If you wish to have further information or to discuss the post please contact Gill Wilson on 0191 6432590.
Shortlisting will take place on Friday 24th November with interviews taking place the following week.
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This job is closed for applications.