This job expired on 3 October 2022

  • Job start date

    1 January 2023

  • Closing date

    3 October 2022 at 12pm (midday)

  • Date listed

    5 September 2022

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  • View all Full timejobs - Lincoln UTC is a small college (400 students) specialising in science and engineering. We have a vacancy for ‘Head of Inclusion’. The post has a wide-ranging brief which includes SENCo and Safeguarding. The successful applicant must have qualified teacher status.

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Full-time equivalent salary

Salary £42,000

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About Lincoln UTC

School type
Free School, ages 14 to 19
Education phase
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School size
375 pupils enrolled
Age range
14 to 19
Email address
Phone number
01522 775990

Lincoln UTC is a unique learning environment. We are a 14 to 18 specialist college for science, technology, engineering and maths. Most visitors to the college assume (wrongly) that we are either a selective or a fee-paying private school. This misunderstanding initially stems from the stunning buildings we are fortunate enough to work in. Our Victorian, listed building at the front is reminiscent of Hogwarts. To the rear of the site, our state of the art laboratories and workshops are housed in an equally impressive, but totally contrasting, £9 million new build. The atmosphere within the college is just as impressive as the physical learning environment. Our students don’t wear uniform. They all (right down to year 10) wear business dress. They look like adults and they behave like adults. This is an unusually calm, purposeful, and respectful learning community.

When Ofsted inspected the UTC in June 2019 (two good and three outstanding judgements), they commented on the ‘strong and supportive culture and the exceptionally high staff morale’. Pupil behaviour and conduct were described as ‘impeccable’. They went on to say that, ‘the behaviour of pupils is outstanding. Pupils have exceptionally positive attitudes towards their learning.’
If you would like to find out more about the college or about this position please contact the Principal, John Morrison, for an informal chat on 01522 775990. We would welcome (indeed encourage) visits to the college so that you can see for yourself what we have to offer. Equally, we understand that this is not always possible and we will not view applications from candidates who have not visited less favourably.

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