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  • Start date details

    As soon as possible

  • Closing date

    16 October 2023 at 12:39pm

  • Date listed

    22 September 2023

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No, visa sponsorship not available

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Full-time equivalent salary

£24,103.00 to £26,204.00

Behaviour and Exclusions Manager job summary

We are recruiting for a Behaviour and Exclusions Manager:

Working hours: 37 per week

Working weeks: 39 weeks (term time only)

Annual paid weeks: 44.85

We are recruiting a Behaviour and Exclusions Manager to run the Internal Suspension of pupils in the Headspace Centre, proactively deliver the behaviour curriculum through interventions, and coordinate work from relevant subject areas. They will provide some administrative support (e.g. communicating daily detention lists with staff) to the Assistant Headteacher for Behaviour and Attendance as directed. 

Please note that the post holder will be the sole supervisor. Therefore the ability to work alone is essential. There will of course be other staff in the vicinity. On-call staff will check in regularly during the day. 

Staff Benefits:

Fringe allowance

Potential for career progression

All-through primary and secondary with opportunity for input on curriculum development

Exciting opportunities to work with primary colleagues on enrichment days to enhance secondary readiness for children

Extensive CPD opportunities for all staff including Aurora Trust-wide CPD

Coaching culture established for staff and children

Employee Wellbeing and Assistance Scheme

Free tea and coffee daily for all staff

Staff / Long Service Awards

We welcome candidates for tours or an informal chat with the Headteacher and Head of Department. We may interview suitable candidates before the deadline if their applications are received.

A supportive induction programme is provided for all new staff. The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful applicant must have, or be willing to obtain an enhanced DBS disclosure, and satisfactory references. The School is an equal opportunities employer.

Commitment to safeguarding

Our whole school approach to safeguarding is based upon an understanding of the local context and an attitude of ‘it could happen here’. The Gatwick School uses the 3 ‘C’s’ – Character, Culture and Currency to promote our inclusive ethos, including our approach to safeguarding. Our pupils’ welfare is our paramount concern. Our school is a community and all those directly connected, staff, volunteers, IEB members, parents, families and pupils, have an essential role to play in making it safe and secure.
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About The Gatwick School

School type
Free School, ages 4 to 16
School size
935 pupils enrolled
Age range
4 to 16

The Gatwick School has been set up to establish an All-through school for children aged 4 to 16.

All-through state schools are rare but we feel that it is precisely what gives The Gatwick School a unique place in the local provision for schools.

Here are some of the reasons why we think an all-through education is so valuable and why we think it provides an exciting opportunity for our children:

It removes the well-researched performance ‘dip’ at age 11

It removes the learning barriers and age-old fears that many children face as they leave primary school and make the transition to a secondary school

It enables primary aged children to benefit from having some specialist teaching at an early age, which means that gifted and talented children will be challenged and stretched

It enables some children to benefit by having more time to develop their skills

It enables older children to have the opportunity to develop leadership skills by mentoring younger children (which in turn promotes a healthy and positive school climate)

Older And Younger Children Working Together
Since we have been open, it has been special to see so many and varied interactions which have led to very positive relationships being forged between our Primary and Secondary pupils.

House competitions provide opportunities for older pupils to support our younger pupils. Our primary phase sports days are run by teachers and our pupil leaders

Secondary pupils regularly visit Primary classes during special school events and drop down activities. This has inspired our Primary children to demonstrate greater confidence in reading and oral expression

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