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Leadership Scale L1-L10 (£44,305 - £55,360)
Closing Date
Wednesday March 22nd, 2023 8am
Interview Date
To be confirmed

The Role

Trinity Academy Bradford 


Salary:   Leadership Scale L1-L10 (£44,305 – £55,360) 

In February 2021, Trinity Academy Bradford was the fourth secondary school to join the trust.  This signified a fresh new start for the school, and this is an exciting time for all involved as the academy starts its journey of rapid improvement, which will see doors opened and opportunities created for both our students and staff alike. 

We are now seeking a SENDCo who is resolute in their approach to supporting children to overcome any barriers to learning that they may face.  

The role of SENDCo will play a key part of shaping the academy’s future.  We are looking for a dedicated, passionate, and strong leader with a successful track record of leading SEND and inclusion, with demonstrable impact on students’ lives.  You will have operational oversight of all the SEND provision in the academy and help to shape a bespoke curriculum for children who may need extra support.  You will quality assure the work of our teachers in the classroom, ensuring that quality first teaching is at the heart of our offer.  As we grow year on year, you will be responsible for ensuring our children’s needs are met fully in and out of the classroom and you will decide upon the strategy of in-class support.  Transition plays an important part in the role, and you will work closely with our primary schools to develop positive working relationships and ensure that all School Focused Plans and EHCPs are secondary appropriate.  You will play an instrumental part in the training and development of our staff, using your expertise and that of others, to ensure we train them to be the very best in supporting children with identified difficulties in our academy.  You will work closely with the pastoral team and triangulate the impact of learning, behaviour, and special needs.  You will be part of the safeguarding team and be the nominated person for Looked After Children.  This role ensures the successful applicant becomes a key cog in our children’s future successes. 

Trinity Multi Academy Trust is a forward thinking, vibrant and growing trust, currently comprising of 10 academies including secondary, primary and post-16 and we have plans to grow even further in the future. 

What can we offer you? 

  • Full support from a dedicated team of senior leaders and a large pastoral team 
  • Outstanding student behaviour with a first class behaviour for learning system  
  • Excellent teaching resources and word class facilities  
  • A chance to change the lives of young people from deprived socio-economic backgrounds 
  • An excellent CPD package for all staff, including a further comprehensive programme of professional development provided through the Trinity Institute of Education. 
  • A range of staff benefits, including reduced cost health cover and cycle to work scheme 
  • As a high performing academy and a growing trust, we can offer real opportunities for growth and career development 

You must be fully committed to optimising the opportunities that are available to children and young people, secure in the knowledge that you will be joining an ambitious forward-thinking Academy Trust that sets the standards for our family of schools and academies. 

 Start date:            To be discussed at interview 

 Closing date:   8am, Wednesday 22 March 2023 

 Interviews:      To be confirmed 

 Trinity Multi-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.  All appointments are made subject to an enhanced DBS check.  We are an equal opportunities employer and want our staff profile to reflect the community we serve.