Vacancies

Looking for change in careers? Want to work for an organisation that values your work/ life balance? If so then take a look at our current vacancies across our sites – Inclusion Education, Inclusion School and Inclusion College. Please keep checking this vacancy section for the latest opportunities.

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Job title: Deputy Headteacher

Department: Inclusion College, Inclusion Education

Starting Salary: £competitive

Contract: Permanent , Term time only 

Working Hours: Monday – Friday, 08:30 – 16:30 (37.5 hours per week)

Work Location:  Unit 5, Meridian Office Park, Osborne Way, Hook, Hants RG27 9HY

Start:  September 2024

Inclusion College is an independent non- maintained special college, with places funded by local authorities, established to support the social, emotional, and mental health complexities of young people with an EHCP and enable them to access a broad, balanced, and engaging curriculum through a nurturing, safe and inclusive environment.

Working as Inclusion College’s Deputy Headteacher you will be part of a close, supportive team working to teach and develop young people who have struggled to access education due to the mental ill health, anxiety and difficulties attending school through empathy, nurture, and patience.

The Deputy Headteacher will be responsible for the Quality of Education across Inclusion College with a focus on the key Post 16 curriculum requirements as listed by DfE. They will assist the headteacher in the development of a practical curriculum focussing on the key skills of Preparation for Adulthood, developing appropriate and engaging lessons to ensure that all students have an accessible and enriching curriculum where they are able to achieve and reach their potential.

Please see job description for full details

To apply: 

If you have any questions about the role or Inclusion College before you apply, please email HR at hr@inclusioneducation.org.uk.

or please complete and submit your application here

Closing date for applications is Friday 26 April 2024.

First stage interviews are currently planned for w/c Tuesday 7 May 2024.

 

Job title: Art Teacher 

Department: Inclusion School, Inclusion Education

Starting Salary: £18,000 – £20,000 (dependent on experience)

Contract: Permanent Part time, Term time only (+1 GCSE Results Day) 

Working Hours: Monday – Friday, 12:30 – 16:30 (20 hours per week)

Work Location:  Jays Close, Viables Business Park, Basingstoke, RG22 4BS.

Start:  September 2024

Inclusion School is an Ofsted ‘Good’ independent non-maintained special school, with places funded by Local Authorities, established to support young people with chronic and severe mental health difficulties, such as self-harm, suicide ideation and emotionally based school avoidance, alongside other SEN (Special Educational Needs) needs, such as autism (ASC), access a broad, balanced, and engaging curriculum through a nurturing, safe and inclusive environment.  

Working as Inclusion School’s therapeutic art teacher you will be part of a supportive and welcoming team with a focus on delivering an art curriculum that enables therapeutic exploration, creativity and expression whilst developing skills and knowledge of art through an adaptable curriculum and accreditation programme.  

This will be a unique and exciting opportunity to work as part of the Wellbeing curriculum team (alongside Food Technology) to enable learners who have historically struggled to access education and make progress due to their mental health, anxieties, and difficulties to attend school and take their first steps to re-engage with learning through art to develop their cultural capital. 

At Inclusion School we are passionate about our staff’s mental health and wellbeing as we are about our learners’ which is why we are a Leeds Beckett University Carnegie Gold Medal winner and a mental health champion with our Employee Assistance Programme.  

 Please see job description for full details

To apply: 

If you have any questions about the role or Inclusion School before you apply, please call the school reception on 01256 437177 or email HR at hr@inclusioneducation.org.uk  

Or 

Please complete and submit the attached application form and send directly to hr@inclusioneducation.org.uk 

Closing date for applications is Friday 10th May 2024.  

First stage interviews will take place w/c 13th May 2024 and final interviews will take place the w/c 20th May 2024. All Interviews will take place at 11.30am. 

Job title: Teacher – Core Intervention & Art LeadInclusion School 

Department: Inclusion School, Inclusion Education

Starting Salary: £31,000 – £35,000 (dependent on experience)

Contract: Permanent Term time only (+1 GCSE Results Day) 

Working Hours: Monday – Friday, 08:30 – 16:30 (37.5  hours per week)

Work Location:  Jays Close, Viables Business Park, Basingstoke, RG22 4BS.

Start:  September 2024

Inclusion School is an Ofsted ‘Good’ independent non-maintained special school, with places funded by Local Authorities, established to support young people with chronic and severe mental health difficulties, such as self-harm, suicide ideation and emotionally based school avoidance, alongside other SEN (Special Educational Needs) needs, such as autism (ASC), access a broad, balanced, and engaging curriculum through a nurturing, safe and inclusive environment.  

Working as one Inclusion School’s core teachers you will be part of a supportive and welcoming team with a focus on delivering team-teaching and specific interventions alongside colleagues in classrooms to support learner progress and outcomes. This will be a unique and exciting opportunity to work alongside colleagues in supporting Maths, English and Science, as well as wellbeing-focused subjects such as Art, to enable young people who have historically struggled to access education and make progress due to their mental ill health, anxieties and difficulties attending school through empathy, nurture, and patience. 

At Inclusion School we are passionate about our staff’s mental health and wellbeing as we are about our learners’ which is why we are a Leeds Beckett University Carnegie Gold Medal winner and a mental health champion with our Employee Assistance Programme.  

Please see job description for full details

To apply: 

If you have any questions about the role or Inclusion School before you apply, please call the school reception on 01256 437177 or email HR at hr@inclusioneducation.org.uk  

Or 

Please complete and submit the attached application form and send directly to hr@inclusioneducation.org.uk 

Closing date for applications is Monday 10th May 2024

First stage interviews will take place w/c 13th May 2024 and final interviews will take place the w/c 20th May 2024. All Interviews will take place at 11.30am.