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Director of Inclusion and Accessibility (SENCO / Educational Psychologist)

Director of Inclusion and Accessibility (SENCO / Educational Psychologist)

Ark Boulton Academy

Sparkbrook, Birmingham

  • Expired
Salary:
L5 – L9 £43,452 – £47,965
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
ASAP
Apply by:
5 October 2017

Job overview

The very best training and support, helping you to make a real difference where it matters most.

Ark Boulton Academy joined the Ark network in 2015 and is undergoing a transformation. It is now under a strong and effective leadership team, part of the network that turned nearby Ark St Alban’s Academy from failing to outstanding with some of the best results in the country. Join us in turning our school around and having a real impact on our students’ lives.

We are looking to recruit a Director of Inclusion and Accessibility (SENCO / Educational Psychologist). As Strategic Head of an Inclusion Team, to lead, develop and support effective practice for pupils with Special Educational Needs, Disabilities (SEND), those with additional needs, in the area of mental health and wellbeing and pupils with an education, health care plan (EHCP) to ensure that they are able to make rapid progress in line with the Academy’s expectations

As a teacher at Ark Boulton Academy, you will be part of Ark, an international charity and one of the UK's most successful multi-academy trusts, with a network of 35 schools in 4 locations across the country.

Benefits of being part of the Ark network include:

  • A salary 2.5% higher than the main scale teacher salaries
  • Twice as many training days as standard and network-wide events with Ark colleagues, held by the best minds in education
  • We have clear and consistent behaviour procedures in place that allow for a more time for learning and ensure our teachers can focus on teaching.
  • We are committed to continued professional development and at Ark Boulton, you will be given the training and support you need to be the best teacher you can be.

To find out more about Ark Boulton, please visit www.arkboulton.org.

Please apply via https://goo.gl/Sbv1dA.

The closing date which is 11am - Friday 6th October 2017.

If you would like any further information or wish to discuss this role, please contact the Recruitment Team on 020 3116 6345, or recruitment@arkonline.org

Visits to our school are encouraged; to arrange, please contact Saiqa Andleeb on 0121 773 8156 or email s.andleeb@arkboulton.org  

Click here to find out more about the benefits of work for Ark Boulton Academy.

Ark is committed to safeguarding children; successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.

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About Ark Boulton Academy

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  • Ark Boulton Academy
  • Golden Hillock Road, Sparkhill, Birmingham
  • West Midlands
  • B11 2QG
  • United Kingdom
+44 121 773 8156

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We are a secondary school in Sparkhill, Birmingham. Our mission is to provide a quality education that empowers all individuals to flourish and make a positive contribution to their community, culture and wider society.

Our vision for Ark Boulton Academy is simple: together we give each of our students the skills, personal qualities and qualifications they need to be successful at university and in the career of their choice; together we make them role models for future generations, helping them to fulfil their potential and raise aspirations; and that together we support our students to develop a lifelong love of learning, a sense of personal and civic pride and the confidence to not just navigate the modern world, but to shape it.

Our approach is summed up in the African proverb: “It takes a whole community to bring up a child”.

At Ark Boulton Academy we work together to ensure that each of our children can overcome barriers to learning, catch up where needed and achieve at the highest levels by working harder, behaving better and making faster progress than children in other schools.

We're also proud to offer a great environment for staff, where we help every member of staff to be their best through a supportive environment and excellent professional development.

Curriculum

We have a broad, academic curriculum, emphasising the importance of intellectual study and focusing on traditional learning. We believe that this is the best way to equip our students for university, and/or the professions and careers they eventually choose. In an ever-competitive global community we have provided an academic curriculum that gives our students the best possible chance to succeed whilst ensuring that they have the opportunity to demonstrate their talents and express themselves through expressive arts. The three main elements in the curriculum to address pupils’ are academic, personal and social development.

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