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Job Ref No. ECC5468-217S Position Type: Teaching/Child Support Pay Range: £28,475.65-£31,882.08
Position Start Date: Immediate Contract Type: Full-time Contract Term: Permanent
Application Close: 01/07/2022 Midday Date of Interviews: w/c 4 July  

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We are looking for an enthusiastic, reliable and inspiring person to take on this new role as Inclusion Hub Lead to supervise students in the Internal Inclusion room. This facility will form a key element of the school overall behaviour and sanctions framework and the successful candidate will work to develop resources and programmes to allow restorative behaviour and emotional regulation strategies to be developed. The role will support our school to offer a more personalised curriculum for a small number of key students for pre-defined amounts of time as needed.

We are looking for someone who will embrace the ethos of the school and who will develop a centre of excellence provision which will embody our ethos 'caring about success'. The successful candidate will demonstrate a commitment to supporting student engagement within our curriculum and improving students' ability to shine. They will have an unshakable belief in every student's entitlement to the highest-quality education and their ability to achieve and learn, whatever their personal circumstances.

The successful candidate will have:

· The ability to work with SLT to develop a truly inclusive provision which has an impact on both the individuals and their impact on our wider school.

· The enthusiasm to engage with SEND, Curriculum and SEMH training as identified.

· The ability to engage positively and build working relationships with a wide range of young people and their families

· The ability to encourage positive and respectful student behaviour

· An awareness of de-escalation procedures and positive behaviour management strategies

· The enthusiasm to learn about our curriculum and to engage in leading on developing
a curriculum offer that works in our hub

· The ability to work effectively as part of a team with teaching staff and outside agencies

· Excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication and presentation skills

· A willingness to manage their own time effectively, work flexibly, and use their own initiative


Principal Responsibilities

· To lead and manage our Inclusion Hub

· To supervise students whilst internally excluded, ensuring a safe, nurturing, disciplined work environment at all times

· To coordinate and contribute to the production of the curriculum and restorative action student work packs

· To work with the Pastoral Team promoting good behaviour

· To have specific management responsibilities for appropriate support staff

· To champion Trauma Perceptive Practice [TPP] strategies

Main Duties

· To lead and manage Inclusion Hub, organising students when they arrive and ensuring students are kept on task

· To be responsible for resources and resourcing in our Hub

· To liaise with parents and staff on students placed in our Hub

· To maintain a strong discipline and work approach

· Monitor that the work and behaviours are meeting the required standard

· To supervise students during break and lunch, if appropriate (appropriate breaks will be given)

· To set work for the students in our Hub according to curriculum and restorative action needs

· To lead on a daily report and room logs on student on behaviour, attitude and curriculum accessed

· To liaise with attendance officer daily with information on students in the inclusion hub to have oversight of student access to the provision (include record keeping)

· To attend external meetings as required

· Promote positive student behaviour in line with school policies and keep students on task

· To support in any restorative process required to support the student re-engaging with their lessons.

· Liaise with staff and other relevant professionals and provide information about students as appropriate

· To respect confidentiality at all times

· To make yourself familiar with CPOMS [Child Protection Online Management System] and log entries where relevant

· To make yourself familiar with on line social media platforms and develop the ability to investigate any issues arising from student use of these platforms

General

• Be aware of and comply with policies and procedures relating to child protection, equal opportunities, health, safety and security, confidentiality and data protection, reporting all concerns to an appropriate person

• Be aware of and support difference and inclusion and ensure all pupils have equal access to opportunities to learn and develop in line with our Equal Opportunities policy

• Participate in training and other learning activities as required

• Attend relevant school meetings as required

• To participate in the performance and development review process, taking personal responsibility for identification of learning, development and training opportunities in discussion with line manager.

• To comply with individual responsibilities, in accordance with the role, for health & safety in the workplace

· To hold an up-to-date first aid certificate(or be willing to complete the relevant qualification following appointment to the post)

The duties above are neither exclusive nor exhaustive and the postholder may be required by the Headteacher to carry out appropriate duties within the context of the job, skills and grade.

Information about the School

CARING ABOUT SUCCESS

Our School offers: • Proven standards of academic excellence • Specialist College status in Mathematics and Computing • Outstanding educational resources • A commitment to student care and discipline • A vibrant and successful Sixth Form • Enrichment through an extensive and diverse extra-curricular programme

We expect from all our students: • A commitment to hard work and success • Self-reliance and a sense of responsibility • Respect and tolerance for others

The most important resource in any school is its staff. The success of The Billericay School is largely due to our committed, experienced and enthusiastic staff. Our concentration on teaching and learning produces excellent exam results and an orderly atmosphere. The school is committed to high standards in the professional development of its staff and we aim to develop all our employees professionally to improve educational standards, maintain high morale and assist in recruitment and retention.

Our Governing Body is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share in this commitment. The post is subject to satisfactory medical checks, enhanced DBS clearance and references.

Thank you for your interest in our school and we look forward to hearing from you. More information can be found on our school website: www.billericayschool.com

All appointments are subject to safer recruitment requirements to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people. All positions will involve appropriate checks and clearances.

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Information about the school

Contact Information

Natalie Efreme
School Road, Billericay
Essex, CM12 9LH
Telephone: 01277 655191
Email: info@billericayschool.com

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