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I am a qualified SENCO and previous Head of Maths and Deputy Headteacher of an Outstanding primary school in London. I am passionate about working collaboratively with children, families, teachers, educational psychologists and therapists to support children and help them to reach their potential. It is my belief that a holistic and inclusive approach to education ensures that all children are respected, nurtured and supported so that they can each reach their potential academically, socially and emotionally – preparing them for a future where they are well-equipped with the passion and resilience to live a full, successful and happy life. I successfully led a school through an inspection where the grade Outstanding was achieved in every area and, as a practitioner, rated Outstanding through observations and tracking of the excellent progress made by pupils. I have been described by School Inspectors as “effective, enthusiastic and active in promoting new initiatives and monitoring the teaching and learning throughout the school” in their written inspection report and I have a wealth of experience working in schools and in private tuition for high profile families, including royal family.

Whilst in the position of SENCO for an Outstanding school in London, I was responsible for ensuring the needs of children with SEN were met and that the provision was of Outstanding quality. I gained much experience of working with families and teachers collaboratively to choose SMART targets for children with SEN across the primary school and deciding how these targets could be met with their individual needs at the forefront. I had responsibility for creating children’s SEN Support Records, ensuring that suitable adjustments to support their learning were in place and monitoring the quality of any adjustments, interventions and special provision. I led Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) reviews, meetings, and consultations with outside agencies and I supported families and the school through Early Help Assessments (EHA), EHCP applications. In my role, I provided small group and 1:1 interventions across the primary school for a range of Special Educational Needs mainly supporting with English (phonics, reading, comprehension, spelling, writing, speaking and listening), Mathematics, Exam Skills, Concentration, Social Skills, Emotional and Mental Health needs. I used these interventions to help each child to achieve their specific targets which were time specific, reviewed and evaluated.

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