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Inclusion Centre Manager

Inclusion Centre Manager

The Wellington Academy

Tidworth, Wiltshire

  • Expired
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
Required for ASAP
Apply by:
22 October 2017

Job overview


The Wellington Academy is a highly inclusive, innovative school, which opened in 2009 to serve the Tidworth area of Wiltshire and is situated on the Wiltshire/Hampshire border, within close proximity of the A303 and A34. Recently graded ‘Good’ by OFSTED, the Wellington Academy has transformed itself into a high performing school over the past three years.

Our staff charter underlines our belief that all students can achieve, be happy and have limitless aspirations – and our job as professionals is to ensure this happens. All our staff sign up to these aspirations and play a full role in contributing to this vision through inclusive teaching. We seek to recruit dedicated and talented staff, highly committed to making a difference in the state system.

Reporting directly to the Deputy Head of Academy for Ethos and ITT, you will be confident and capable of make decisions that ensure the best possible outcomes for all the students within the centre. We are seeking to appoint a leader who demonstrates an infectious passion for inspiring and equipping students who have historically been disengaged from education. 

We would welcome applications ideally from experienced teachers, those on the unqualified pay scale will also be considered. You will be able to confidently teach either Literacy or Numeracy to at least level 2. Knowledge and understanding of the benefits of emotional literacy programmes would be an advantage with the availability to commence the role from January 2018.

OFSTED noted that: ‘The quality of school leadership has improved since the previous inspection. As a result, expectations of what pupils can achieve are higher. Leaders have created a culture in which high standards of behaviour are expected and pupils are encouraged to succeed.’

If you believe you have the commitment and desire to work in an environment which seeks to contribute to limitless aspirations as well as set and maintain high standards and expectations then please apply using the Academy’s application form, available with more details from our website at

Closing date for applications: Midday, Monday 23rd October 2017.

Interviews will take place week commencing: Tuesday 31st October 2017.  

The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to references and an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check before confirmation.

The Wellington Academy is an equal opportunities employer. The campus is a no smoking site.

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About The Wellington Academy

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The Wellington Academy, as part of the Ascend Learning Trust, offers opportunities that are quite unique in a state school. There is something for every student to participate in; be it the Combined Cadet Force; Wheeler programme; Global Leadership China project; The Talent Tap and China Internship, as well as having a host of other opportunities to succeed both at school or beyond. This year a large group of our students have had the opportunity to serve internships in top London companies and also work in China and Thailand at our sister schools for a year.

Our curriculum is focused on ensuring every student is equipped to leave school ready to achieve their dreams and fulfil their goals. In addition to English, Maths and Science we continue to reintroduce more of the creative subjects. We know the impact these can have on building confidence and an enjoyment of school. We want students to have the chance to exhibit their talents, be it in drama, dance, music or sport. The Academy’s stunning theatre, dance studio, music practice rooms and sporting facilities are second to none and we look forward to sharing these talents with you as parents/carers through performances at school.

The Wellington Academy sits at the heart of the community. It is here to serve and we work closely with charities and our local primary schools. We provide support in the delivery of subjects such as French and run sports days. We value our close ties with other organisations; it is likely that your child will already know us well! Our links with the army are very strong; we welcome the diversity and cultural variety its presence gives to the school. Children who have recently moved from other parts of the country, returned from abroad and those who have joined our Boarding House, offer an insight into an international world with all its unlimited potential.


Ascend Learning Trust is committed to safeguarding  and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable  adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.   We particularly welcome applications from under-represented  groups, including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability,  sexual-orientation or religion.

Please note any position that involves working with  children requires declaration of ALL convictions/cautions regardless of  whether these are deemed as spent and a DBS check will be carried out  before any employment commences.

In line with KCSIE 2023 and safer recruitment  practices, the school will conduct an online search for all shortlisted  candidates. The online search is part of our safeguarding checks and  will seek publicly available information on candidates’  suitability to work with children. Shortlisted candidates will be  provided with further guidance and will be asked to clarify their online  presence.

References will be obtained before interview at  shortlisting stage and may be used in the interview process.  If  previous employment has included working with children, then at least  one referee must be from this employment, regardless  of whether this is the current or most recent employment, any gaps in  employment must be detailed and an explanation provided in the relevant  section.

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