11-16 Mixed Comprehensive, 1000 on roll
Inclusion Coordinator required to start as soon as possible. NJC Point 9-14 £15,998.22 - £17,664.31 (Actual), 32.5 hours per week, 39 weeks per year.
Interview 12th September 2022
Westbourne Academy is looking for a strong, confident team player to lead our new inclusion provision and join our dedicated Pastoral Team and uphold the Academy’s vision and values
The Inclusion Coordinator will lead and develop our inclusion provision providing high quality support for students who would have otherwise received a fixed term exclusion. You will be passionate about ensuring the best outcomes for all students regardless of the barriers to their learning. You will work collaboratively with the Assistant Principal (Pastoral) responsible for Safeguarding, Behaviour and Attitudes, outside agencies and the Academy’s SENDCo.
Candidates must have excellent communication skills, a flexible and collegiate approach to working, and show both creativity and resilience in approaching challenges. We welcome applications from ambitious candidates, keen to make a difference who have a genuine passion and belief in the potential of every student.
Westbourne Academy is not just a school it is a microcosm of the world with students from all around the globe. Between them, they speak 32 languages and their differing perspectives on learning and life makes this a unique academy in which to teach.
Part of the Academy Transformation Trust, we are a disability confident employer, passionate about Diversity and Inclusion, welcome all applications to join our team.
We believe in investing in our staff and we offer excellent career, training and professional development opportunities whilst continuing to be open to Flexible Working. You can also enjoy an exceptional package of benefits through our Together Programme.
Westbourne Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and the successful applicant must undertake an enhanced criminal record check via the DBS and provide two references and proof of their qualifications.