Grade 10 - £33,284 - £37,327 (*Pay Award Pending*)
Full Time - 193 Day contract
24th Nov 2023
For January 2024, we are pleased to be able to offer an opportunity for an enthusiastic and inspirational practitioner to manage our established inclusion unit. Applicants will be highly motivated and have a passion to ensure that our learners achieve the very best that they can at all times. The core purpose of the role will be to uphold the core standards of pride, respect and achievement with all learners but also ensure that all students receive the highest standard of bespoke support.
The Inclusion Manager will be responsible for our inclusion facility and will work with the Deputy Headteacher for Inclusion and the Additional Education Needs Coordinator in developing and managing the day to day running of alternative curriculum opportunities and support arrangements for students. They will liaise with and be confident to use a multi-agency approach to seeking solutions to any barriers to learning that students encounter. In addition, they will be responsible for contributing towards improvements in attendance, behaviour and the development of basic skills.
Specifically, the successful candidate will be:
- A strategic thinker, able to consider the bigger picture and bring about improvement
- Creative in their approach to working with young people and seeking curriculum solutions to enable success
- Experienced in education and have professional knowledge of strategies to work with children with complex needs
- Able to demonstrate inclusive practice
- Passionate about developing children as learners and understand how children learn in a secondary and inclusive setting
- Committed to the safeguarding of all children and have proven skills and abilities leading safeguarding across the school
- Inspirational and able to lead, challenge and motivate colleagues across the school
- Able to communicate effectively with all stakeholders including parents and organisations offering bespoke support
- A professional with a passion for learning and happy to work in a dynamic and evolving environment
- Someone with excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to work positively with learners who may experience significant barriers
This is an exciting opportunity to work in a purpose built facility in which we hope to improve outcomes for learners with significant barriers. With that in mind we will offer a supportive working environment and training opportunities.
If you would like more information about this post please contact Mr M Swain, Deputy Headteacher email@example.com
Please submit the application form accompanied by a covering letter, of no more than two sides of A4, in which you outline your experience and suitability for the post.
Supporting documentsApplication Form
Other Supporting Documents:Application Pack - Inclusion Manager
At Burnside our aim is simple, to be the best that we can be, both as individuals and as a community. We all work together to make our college the best it can be and share decisions about how to reach our potential. We believe in the strength and consistency of our three core values: pride, respect and achievement.
Pride: we take pride in all that we do, our work, the way that we present ourselves, and our actions.
Respect: we respect the thoughts, beliefs and personal qualities of those around us and act with kindness and tolerance, treating one another in a way that accepts that we are individuals and have separate thoughts, feelings and needs.
Achievement: we are resilient and determined; we don’t give up when we encounter problems we always try our best. We seek to be the best we can both personally and academically