- NJC Grade 7, Scale Point 27 to 31; £31,895 to £35,336, gross per annum pro rata Actual Annual Salary: £28,675 - £31,769 (Under 5 years’ service)
Senior Inclusion Lead job summary
Post: Senior Inclusion Lead
Location: Stocksbridge High School
Pay scale: NJC Grade 7, Scale Point 27 to 31; £31,895 to £35,336, gross per annum pro rata
Actual Annual Salary: £28,675 - £31,769 (Under 5 years’ service)
Contract: Permanent, Full Time - 37 hours per week, 41 working weeks
Start date: 01 September 2022
Minerva Learning Trust is an expanding Sheffield based multi-academy Trust with a vision of providing outstanding education for all the students within our schools. The Trust is passionate that all students should see their time at school as happy and fulfilling with their potential developed to the utmost. Stocksbridge High School is an ambitious and inclusive 11 to 16 comprehensive school firmly rooted in our local community. We are open, friendly and welcoming with great students and a dedicated staff. Stocksbridge High School is part of Minerva Learning Trust and together we have a vision of providing outstanding education for all the students within our schools.
We are seeking to appoint a well-motivated Senior Inclusion Lead to join our outstanding pastoral team structure. The successful candidate will:
• Have extensive knowledge and experience of working with young people and be able to offer care, guidance and support to meet the needs of all pupils within their year group.
• Have understanding and experience of liaising with external agencies.
• Has the ability to lead a team of year managers, with a strong emphasis on ensuring consistency and effective intervention.
• Have the ability to empathise with young people, has a flexible approach and takes pride in their work.
• Have the ability to support, monitor and manage pupil’s behaviour, attendance and academic progress in order that they can succeed.
• Be able to analyse and present data to inform next steps and actions.
• Be able to work independently and as part of a team.
• Have the ability to forge positive relationships with staff, pupils, parents and outside agencies.
Candidates are encouraged to visit the school or have an informal discussion about the role with Sam Tipson – Assistant Headteacher, arrangements for this can be made via e-mail to: email@example.com
The closing date is 9am on Monday 11 July 2022 and interviews will take place shortly after.
The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be required to
complete an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
The application form and information pack is available on the school website www.stocksbridgehigh.co.uk
Please ensure that you do not fill in a Sheffield City Council application form in respect of this vacancy, only Minerva Learning Trust application forms will be accepted
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About Stocksbridge High School
- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 16
- School size
- 795 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 16
Stocksbridge High School joined the Trust in December 2017. Our aim is to create and sustain educational excellence for all young people, whilst still developing the whole person, building in them the skills they need to be confident, happy and successful.
Based in a superb new building we are proud to offer a stimulating environment for learning. As a growing school we have a unique opportunity to get to know every child individually, enabling us to
develop and support them throughout their time at our school. We are driven as a school to constantly challenge ourselves and to accept the challenge of our parents to improve all that we do.
We want all students to make progress from their individual starting points and achieve outcomes that enable them to move on to the next phase of their education at the highest possible entry point.