A primary school in the Islington area are seeking an Inclusion Manager to start with them after Easter 2019. The role is on a full-time, one year fixed-term basis initially, and would involve assisting the head of school in the organisation, management and development of the school, as well as carrying out specific responsibilities for the inclusion agenda and all pupils who fall within this area (SEND, EAL, medical needs). Competitive salary available - MPS/ UPS Inner London and TLR 2 available - £29,663-£48,244, dependent upon experience.
The school is an inclusive, two form entry primary school serving the local community of Islington. They have happy, well behaved children and supportive, dedicated staff and governors, and are currently rated as 'Good' by Ofsted and 'Outstanding' in their SIAMS.
The school are well ranked nationally on the back of last year's results, with school ranking in the Top 5% for Reading and the Top 15% for Maths.
The school pride themselves on their fantastic teamwork ethic amongst teaching staff, with regular collaborations, both formal and informal, taking place in order to help each other develop their teaching pedagogy. Teachers collaborate weekly with planning too, and in-depth plans are in place for the previous 3-4 years, which would just require differentiating for the relevant class.
The core duties of this Primary Inclusion Manager job are:
*To lead the school's Inclusion Provision.
*To assist the head of school in the organisation, management and development of the school, carrying out specific duties, including responsibility for the inclusion agenda and all pupils who fall within this area (SEND, EAL, medical needs) outlined in the SEND Code of Practice.
*To be responsible for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young people within the school and be the Designated Safeguarding Lead.
*To fulfil the key responsibilities of the school's nominated teacher for looked‐after children.
For this Inclusion Manager job, the ideal candidate will have:
*Qualified Teacher Status and evidence of appropriate subsequent in‐service training and professional development
*National Award for Special Educational Needs Coordination (or adequate experience of a SENDCO role)
*Experience of successfully fulfilling or supporting the SENDCO role in a primary school
*Experience of leading effective whole school change
*Experience of line managing and appraising colleagues
*Experience of DSL / deputy DSL: knowledge and understanding of safe guarding processes and systems with experience of coordinating safe guarding procedures across the school
Location: The school is based near to Highbury and Islington and Holloway Road stations, and is very accessible via Victoria line and Piccadilly line services, and is also short bus journey from Kings Cross St Pancras.
As part of this Primary Inclusion Manager job, the school can offer you:
*An opportunity to work with enthusiastic learners
*Excellent professional development opportunity for aspiring school leaders
*A team approach with supportive and friendly staff
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To join us and be successful in this Primary Inclusion Manager job you will need to:
*Hold QTS status or equivalent teaching qualification
*This position is subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure, Overseas Police Clearances (if applicable) and professional reference checks
*Your CV must cover the last 10 years of employment history where possible and any employment breaks must be explained
*You must have the legal right to work in the UK
Click 'Apply' to be considered for this great position as Year 3 Primary Teacher in Islington, Inner London. Or for more information about the role, contact Adam Chester on 0207 845 5450 option 1 / firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to hearing from you and helping take you on the next step of your teaching career.
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