I'm interested in becoming a SENCO but was told by a teacher at the school I work that there is no pay increase, no TLR etc etc and that I should think twice before becoming a SENCO, particularly considering the amount of work involved. Is this the norm for every school, or is it just particular to individual schools? I havent asked anyone else, and I'm not interested in the pay side of the job, but would like to know how it is supposed to work. I would also appreciate your thoughts on what it's like being a SENCO - any advice is greatly appreciated. Many thanks.