Inclusion Manager, Bromley

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Bullers Wood School for BoysBromley

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Start date: September 2019
Contract type: Part Time
Salary: BW6 – £20414 – £22936 FTE. If working 34hours and 10 minutes per day on a salary of 20414 the actual salary would be £15824.93 (20414 x 34.17 x 38/1675).
Contract term: Permanent

At Bullers Wood School for Boys, we expect our Inclusion Manager to:

• Share our values

• Have a passion for the betterment of young people

• Be passionate about lifelong learning

• Be committed to securing the best outcomes for all boys in the school

• Contribute to the overall development of the school

• Be flexible in their approach, adapting to new challenges

Responsibilities


• To manage and supervise students on Internal Exclusion ensuring that appropriate work has been set

• To Implement follow - up programmes for reintegrated students

• To manage reintegration plans ensuring that staff/student meetings take place and targets are monitored

• To ensure reintegration plans and pastoral support plans are implemented for relevant students

• To design and deliver coping strategies for students so that they can experience success in the classroom without causing disruption

• To manage and/or implement behaviour intervention for students including behaviour modification programmes

• To have oversight of the School’s detention system

• To produce a Report of a student's time in internal exclusion, 

• To work in partnership with Heads of Year and other stake holders to ensure best outcomes for students

• To work in partnership with the SENCo in supporting the behaviour of students with SEN

• To liaise with external agencies and partners

• To manage the School’s detention system

• To track and monitor student behaviour identifying students at risk of disengagement and implementing, in collaboration with colleagues, interventions to support 


Person Specification

The successful applicant is likely to demonstrate the following qualities:


Knowledge & Experience

• Experience and/or understanding of working with young people and/or teenage boys

• Knowledge sufficient to challenge students and achieve positive outcomes 

• Awareness of the strategies available for improving the learning & behaviour of students

• A good understanding of developments and guidance in relation to behaviour support and management


Skills & Abilities

• Able to use a range strategies

• Good interpersonal communication skills

• Ability to quickly gain the respect of others

• A competent user of ICT 

• Able to communicate both orally & in writing to students & their parents

• Be willing to be fully engaged in the whole life of the school 

• Be high profile

• Have a commitment to team work


Personal Qualities

• Enthusiasm & a positive outlook including a sense of humour

• The ability to motivate, support, inspire and work collaboratively with a team of specialist staff, teaching and support

• The ability to work independently and collaboratively as a member of a team Commitment to high student expectations

• Creative in problem solving together with a willingness to take on or try new approaches & ideas

• Commitment to extracurricular activities

• A positive attitude towards professional development and own learning

• Reliability & integrity

• Good personal organisation

• Excellent record of attendance and punctuality

• Commitment to high standards and expectations


In addition, the successful candidate must be willing to uphold the ethos and policies of the school, including the commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.




More about Bullers Wood School for Boys
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Type: Mainstream School
Phase: Secondary with sixth form
Funding status: State - Free School
Gender: Boys
Age Range: 11 - 18 years
Address: C/o Bullers Wood School, St. Nicolas Lane, Logs Hill, Chislehurst, Kent, BR7 5LJ, United Kingdom. View in Google Maps
Telephone: +44 20 8467 2280