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Interview tasks for a SENCO

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Last updated on 4 August 2016
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Are there examples of interview tasks for a SENCO? Lorraine Petersen, previously chief executive officer of nasen, suggests possible interview tasks for a special educational needs co-ordinator (SENCO). We also link to further articles that may help when recruiting SENCOs.

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  1. 1 Ranking the SENCO's duties in order of importance
  2. 2 Carrying out the SENCO's daily tasks
  3. 3 Identifying pupils' learning needs
  4. 4 Planning provision for individual pupils
  5. 5 Assessing whole-school SEN provision
  6. 6 Interacting with pupils
  7. 7 Communicating with staff

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