An opportunity has arisen for a dynamic and enthusiastic Assistant
Inclusion Manager, Literacy and Numeracy to support the learning and teaching
of KS3 and KS4 students. This is an exciting role and seen as a key appointment
in developing the literacy and numeracy progress of students within the
You will be:
- able to work alongside the SENDCo, the Vice Principal, SEND and
the Assistant Inclusion Manager, SEND, to plan and deliver innovative and
appropriate learning activities in English, Mathematics, Literacy and Numeracy
- able to contribute to CPD of colleagues within the trust
- able to efficiently and effectively deploy resources across the
academy to support student progress and achievement
- committed to promoting positive values, attitudes and behaviour
- able to interest, engage and motivate students to work hard
- able to advance students’ learning in a range of classroom
- able to communicate effectively with stakeholders through leading
regular review meetings, correspondence and written reports
In May 2017 Shirebrook Academy became a member of Aston
Community Education Trust, a multi-academy trust comprising 12 schools in South
Yorkshire and North Derbyshire. As part of ACET we retain our distinct identity
as a successful and thriving academy whilst benefitting from the efficiencies
to be gained from high quality centralised services and the challenge and
support of ACET’s School Improvement Team.
Vision & Values
ACET, through its academies:
- is committed to providing
high quality learning and teaching, enabling everyone to reach their full
potential, whatever their age, ability, gender or ethnicity.
- believes that every person
- works together in an
inclusive environment of mutual respect and consideration, valuing everyone's
- recognises that
parents/careers are core to supporting the learning of their child and seeks to
establish positive, supportive relationships between home and the academy.
- works to establish a
partnership with the local and wider community to support our young people
taking a successful place in society.
- ensures that all adults
recognise their responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of
- values all staff,
volunteers and governors and provides high quality training and opportunities
to ensure their on-going development.
Our academy fully recognises the contribution it can make to protect children from harm and supporting and promoting the welfare of all children who are registered pupils at our academy. This will include recognising when they are at risk and how to get help when they need it and identifying children who may benefit from early help. We also assess the risks and issues in the wider community when considering the wellbeing and safety of our pupils. The elements of our Safeguarding policy are prevention, protection and support.
This policy applies to all pupils, staff, parents, governors, volunteers and visitors.
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