Inclusion Officer

South Nottinghamshire Academy, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG12 2FQ

15 days remaining to apply

  • Expected start date

    As soon as possible

  • Application deadline

    31 August 2022 at 12pm (midday)

  • Date listed

    15 July 2022

Job details

Working pattern

Contract type


Annual or full time equivalent salary

£25,972 – £28,668 per annum

Actual salary

£21,876 - £24,147 per annum

Inclusion Officer job summary

Inclusion Officer

The Redhill Academy Trust Pay Scale, Band 9, Scale point 41 - 45

Actual salary: £21,876 - £24,147 per annum (FTE: £25,972 – £28,668)

37 hours per week – Permanent, Term Time Only

Required to start as soon as possible

We are looking for a dedicated, enthusiastic individual to join our well-established Inclusion team. The successful candidate will work alongside our existing Inclusion Manager and two Inclusion Officers to support the pastoral care and well-being of our students. The role is an integral part to the school’s behaviour system. The successful candidate must have a passion for making a difference to young people and will need to be highly organised, hardworking, flexible and enjoy working in a busy school environment.

In return, we are offering:

  • Competitive salary
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Employee assistance programme
  • Local Government pension scheme
  • Other generous entitlement, for example annual leave, maternity etc.

South Nottinghamshire Academy is part of Redhill Academy Trust. The Academy is also a member of Redhill College of Leadership and Development and as such there are excellent CPD opportunities.

For further details regarding this post please contact Emma Punter on the Academy number or to request an application form please contact Human Resources, at Alternatively, please visit our website

As Redhill Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding children practices, any appointment will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and successful references.

Closing date for applications: Midday on Wednesday 31st August 2022

Interview date: Week commencing Monday 05th September 2022


Applying for the job

If you would like to apply for the post, please send your letter of application to the Trust postal address, or to, clearly demonstrating your suitability for the role, together with the completed application form by Midday, Wednesday 31st August 2022. Please ensure that the post for which you are applying has been stated clearly on the application form.

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About South Nottinghamshire Academy

School type
Academy, ages 11 to 18
Education phase
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School size
792 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 18
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About Us
Since September 2016, South Nottinghamshire Academy has been an integral part of Redhill Academy Trust. The Trust are a local, outstanding provider who have a proven track record of enhancing school improvement. At SNA, we know every single student so that no-one goes unnoticed or slips through the net. We continue to invest in our facilities and our new school buildings provide us with modern accommodations which meet the educational needs of our current students and future generations.

Ofsted (March 2022) confirmed that we continue to be a ‘Good’ school.

Key information from the Ofsted report in March 2022 includes:

Leaders have focused their attention on ensuring that pupils achieve highly in subjects they choose to study in key stages 4 and 5. Pupils study a broad curriculum and experience a good quality of education.
Pupils say that all teachers encourage them to do things the ‘SNA Way’. One pupil accurately described this as being ‘taught to be respectful, put ourselves out there, try new things and be kind to others’.
Many pupils benefit from the wide range of leadership and volunteering opportunities at the school. There are positive relationships between staff and pupils. Staff have high expectations of pupils’ conduct. Pupils understand these expectations and rise to them. Leaders have developed a school environment in which pupils feel safe and happy
Pupils agree that the school is very inclusive and that teachers do not tolerate any form of bullying or discriminatory language.
Pupils demonstrate commitment to their learning. There is very little low-level disruption in lessons. When there is poor behaviour, teachers deal with it quickly. The corridors are calm and orderly. Pupils agree that the school is a place where they can learn.
Teachers support pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) extremely well.
Students in the sixth form are mature and focused. They act as role models for younger pupils. Many undertake extended projects and volunteering opportunities through the ‘stellar’ program. This helps students to strengthen their applications for their next steps, including those who choose to go to university.
Pupils in key stages 3 and 4 also enjoy wider development opportunities. In tutor time, pupils explore issues such as fundamental British values and the risks of substance abuse. Pupils benefit from age-appropriate relationships and sex education. Many enjoy attending a range of after-school clubs. Many pupils take ‘pledges’. These encourage them to represent the academy in sporting events and to take part in cultural trips and community projects.
School leaders receive effective support from Redhill Academy Trust. Many teachers benefit from the ongoing training that they can access in the trust. Leaders, representatives of the trust and governors work in partnership to improve the school further.

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