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Inclusion Support Worker

Co-op Academy Leeds, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS9 7HD

This job expired on 8 June 2022 – see similar jobs

  • Application deadline

    8 June 2022 at 12:00pm

  • Date listed

    23 May 2022

Job details

Working pattern

Contract type

Permanent

Annual or full time equivalent salary

£20,444 - £22,129

Actual salary

£17,408 - £18,843

Inclusion Support Worker job summary

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our Behaviour and Inclusion Team, you will be working alongside our dedicated and experienced colleagues in a rewarding and highly varied role. You will be provided the opportunity to think creatively and given the resources to implement intervention strategies that can really impact positively on young people. If you are driven and passionate about working with young people, we can provide you a great opportunity to thrive and fulfil your potential.

As an Inclusion Support Worker, you will engage with our students to overcome barriers to learning. Working as a member of the Inclusion team, you will work with students on an individual basis and with groups of students who experience behavioural difficulties.

Experience of supporting young people and a commitment to inclusion is essential. You will be highly motivated, supportive, enthusiastic, a strong communicator and a proactive team member. Of course, you will do all this whilst capturing the spirit of our vision and values and whilst role-modelling exceptional professional behaviours.

As a colleague at Leeds, you will work within a diverse learning community, striving to deliver an outstanding working and learning experience for all. Therefore, a genuine passion for working and making a real difference in the community is essential.

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About Co-op Academy Leeds

School type
Academy, ages 11 to 18
Education phase
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School size
904 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 18

Here at Co-op Academy Leeds, we aim to ensure everyone has the opportunity to flourish, both academically and socially. We expect students and staff to have the courage to aim high, the commitment to persevere – even when the going gets tough – and the mindset which will allow them to grow.

Teaching and learning sit right at the heart of everything we do – nothing else matters if the learning culture is not good enough. We focus relentlessly on ensuring staff receive regular, relevant and useful professional development, much of which is provided and delivered by our in-house Teaching & Learning Team. Anyone who joins us is expected to contribute to this sharing culture.

We have high expectations – and unstinting moral values. As an integral part of Co-op Academies Trust, we espouse the core Co-op values (Self-help, Self-responsibility, Solidarity, Democracy, Equity and Equality) and have adopted the 4 Ways of Being Co-op: Be yourself, always; Do what matters most; Show you care; Succeed together.

We also enjoy the significant support of the Trust and the Sponsor, which brings with it a range of opportunities and benefits, alongside a less “formal” package of colleagues working together to look after their well-being and forge stronger relationships.

We really are all about providing the best we can for everyone – making sure our students leave here and move on to better things, whatever their starting points and backgrounds.

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