Dean Trust Ardwick, Manchester, Lancashire, M13 0LF

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  • Expected start date

    As soon as possible

  • Application deadline

    7 February 2022 at 10:00am

  • Date listed

    25 January 2022

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Salary: R1 (£25,714) – R9 (£41,604)


During the first six years of the school’s history, Dean Trust Ardwick has laid the foundations of a truly great school. The successful candidate will contribute to the next phase of the school’s growth, by playing a key role in the development of true inclusion across the school, so the needs of pupils with SEND are considered from the outset.

The SEND Co-ordinator will ensure that the school’s work embraces the spirit of the SEND code of practice. They will have responsibility for leading the inclusion team to ensure that outcomes for pupils with SEND provide highly effective preparation for adulthood. The successful candidate will therefore be responsible for ensuring that our aspiration for pupils to thrive as citizens of the world applies to all pupils, without exception.

Additional allowances

TLR 1d £8,291 per annum

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About Dean Trust Ardwick

School type
Academy, ages 11 to 16
Education phase
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School size
1268 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 16

Dean Trust Ardwick is a recent addition to The Dean Trust; a group of high performing schools. We opened in 2015 and are now a fully-fledged Year 7-11 school, serving over 1200 pupils, in the heart of the Ardwick and Longsight community. We pride ourselves on being a local school for local children and since inception we have become the school of choice for families.

We exist to empower our pupils to find their purpose and thrive as citizens of the world. We provide a knowledge-rich curriculum which exposes pupils to powerful knowledge, places them on an ambitious pathway and develops the character traits needed to seize the opportunities that exist. Through finding their passions we enable pupils to make a positive difference to the world. Our core purpose is not merely finite ‘success’ for our pupils but for them to thrive - continually grow and flourish.

We are explicit about the culture we want to create and have clear ideas of the desired behaviours necessary for our pupils to succeed. At Dean Trust Ardwick, we maintain a relentless focus on the day-to-day actions, behaviours and routines within the school and adopt a disciplined approach to teaching pupils the right and successful ways to do things.

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