We are looking for an exceptional person to work across our schools, supporting our commitment to excellent provision and outcomes for disadvantaged pupils, including those with SEND, by developing and implementing the MAC vision for inclusion. This important strategic leadership role will involve providing support and challenge for school leaders across all aspects of inclusion to improve provision and outcomes for SEND and disadvantaged/vulnerable pupils. This new role is a MAC-wide school improvement role which incorporates all aspects of inclusion, including but not limited to SEND. The role will not involve line management of any school-based staff. The post holder will be required to:
Be fully committed to the St John Paul II MAC vision.
Work across primary and secondary phases across all 9 schools in the St John Paul II as required in a school improvement partner support role, reporting to the CSEL.
Provide leadership and expert professional advice in all aspects of inclusion, developing and implementing effective strategies, policies and procedures that reflect best practice.
Have a secure knowledge and understanding of the principles of a high quality, inclusive curriculum.
Demonstrate high quality teaching.
Support colleagues to ensure that provision best meets the needs of the pupils and improves their outcomes.
Provide expert advice to senior staff concerning inclusion on an ongoing regular basis.
Build and develop strong, effective communication and robust links with external agencies as required.
Create, develop, implement, and advise upon a strategic and sustainable MAC approach to inclusion.
Work seamlessly with the Deputy CSEL to ensure pupils with multiple vulnerabilities have the required outstanding provision to ensure their needs are met and their progress and outcomes are the very best they can be.
Report to Directors of the MAC on a termly basis on outcomes and provision relating to inclusion.
This post is covered by Part 7 of the Immigration Act (2016) and therefore the ability to speak fluent and spokenEnglish is an essential requirement for this role. St John Paul II Multi Academy is an Equal Opportunitiesemployer. The Multi Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its children and staffand expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. A DBS check is required for all successfulapplicants.An online search will be undertaken on all shortlisted candidates. This search does not form part of the shortlisting process and you will have the opportunity to discuss any issues of concern that may arise from this search at the interview.
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