Hi, Currently a secondary head of history - looking to move in to special education - funding self through the NASENCO and have seen several jobs that look particularly interesting, including an SLT position at a PRU school (medical not behavioural) and a few general class teacher roles in special educational schools. What I'd like to know is, would a secondary teacher with middle management experience but as yet limited SEN experience, who is funding themselves through the SENCO to gain more expertise, be an attractive option when hiring? During the interview process, what would be expected? Would there be a lesson and maybe an in-tray task as well as the interview? Also, what kind of questions might come up for a special school post? Any help or advice in starting to apply for these roles would be much appreciated..