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      • kirkham, north west
      • contract
      • £28,000 - £42,000 per year
      • randstad education
      Randstad Education is recruiting on behalf of a primary school based near Preston/Blackpool to recruit an Inclusion Manager or Inclusion Leader.The full time role (32 hours per week) is to start in September 2021. Options exist to work on an on-going temporary role, or on a permanent contract. Please specify your preference when we speak with you regarding your application.This busy and vibrant primary school setting is looking for an experienced Inclusion Manager/Leader or Pastoral Lead who is looking for a new exciting challenge. This role is centred around improving behaviours, and supporting students who have faced barriers to education. You will be leading a small team of pastoral staff who are focused on providing outstanding support to both staff and students.As an Inclusion Manager you will be required to inspire and motivate students who are not engaging in lessons. Acting as a positive role model and mentor are key aspects of this role, and excellent behaviour management is essential. This school setting has fantastic facilities and an abundance of resources available for you to take advantage of. The SLT are committed to making sure that every child is given the support that they deserve.Salary is negotiable based on experience.Accountability and ResponsibilitiesAct as a point of contact for families in need of support, building trusting relationships with parents and pupils to help support their needs.Assist in maintaining contact with pupils' families/carers to inform them of progress and issues.Promote self-esteem and confidence by utilising pastoral approaches and strategies Promotes positive behaviour and positive attitudes to learning.Provide pastoral, social and emotional support to children.Provide interventions and support for individual & groups of children.Provide support and advice to pupils to promote their social care, personal and behavioural development.Support the transition of pupils between year groups and new schools.Assist and resolve relationship issues between pupils.Support positive behaviour at home.Provide support to parents and work in partnership with appropriate agencies/organisations to support needs. Be knowledgeable of the range of agencies available locally; working with them directly or signposting parents towards suitable assistance.Plan creative and innovative responses to families needs and keep high quality records.Lead and liaise with agencies through the CAF/TAF process in order to ensure the needs of the family and individuals are met.Lead the school on issues of behaviour and attendance; promote a whole school approach in developing and implementing policies and procedures to overcome barriers to learning and improve participation in learning and school life.Collate information, maintain records for identified pupils and assist with the preparation of reports.Lead attendance initiatives and liaise with families in order to address attendance and punctuality issues.To support the DSL/SENCO in all matters relating to Child Protection up to and including Children Looked After.Attend Child Protection Conferences, Core Groups, CIN meetings, participating in the sharing of information to all relevant agencies and workers in order to share relevant information from the school's perspective.Attend our children reviews and PEP meetings for our Children Looked After. To gather the relevant information in relation to a child's attainment and progress and their targets for their PEP. To meet with the child to complete their views.To be the first point of contact within school and via our safeguard software for safeguarding concerns in the absence of the DSL.Along with the DSL, be a point of contact within the school to receive and deal with MASH calls, MARAC requests, ENCOMPASS notifications and PVPs.Maintain electronic records for communications, meetings and actions taken for children on the CIN, CP and LAC register.To provide and collate reports for EHCP applications and respond/complete reports for medical professionals.Liaise with the SENCO and with other professionals to ensure that the needs of our SEND children are met.If this sounds like the opportunity for you, don't delay and please Apply Online Now. We can then contact you to offer help and advice to support you in your career.
      Randstad Education is recruiting on behalf of a primary school based near Preston/Blackpool to recruit an Inclusion Manager or Inclusion Leader.The full time role (32 hours per week) is to start in September 2021. Options exist to work on an on-going temporary role, or on a permanent contract. Please specify your preference when we speak with you regarding your application.This busy and vibrant primary school setting is looking for an experienced Inclusion Manager/Leader or Pastoral Lead who is looking for a new exciting challenge. This role is centred around improving behaviours, and supporting students who have faced barriers to education. You will be leading a small team of pastoral staff who are focused on providing outstanding support to both staff and students.As an Inclusion Manager you will be required to inspire and motivate students who are not engaging in lessons. Acting as a positive role model and mentor are key aspects of this role, and excellent behaviour management is essential. This school setting has fantastic facilities and an abundance of resources available for you to take advantage of. The SLT are committed to making sure that every child is given the support that they deserve.Salary is negotiable based on experience.Accountability and ResponsibilitiesAct as a point of contact for families in need of support, building trusting relationships with parents and pupils to help support their needs.Assist in maintaining contact with pupils' families/carers to inform them of progress and issues.Promote self-esteem and confidence by utilising pastoral approaches and strategies Promotes positive behaviour and positive attitudes to learning.Provide pastoral, social and emotional support to children.Provide interventions and support for individual & groups of children.Provide support and advice to pupils to promote their social care, personal and behavioural development.Support the transition of pupils between year groups and new schools.Assist and resolve relationship issues between pupils.Support positive behaviour at home.Provide support to parents and work in partnership with appropriate agencies/organisations to support needs. Be knowledgeable of the range of agencies available locally; working with them directly or signposting parents towards suitable assistance.Plan creative and innovative responses to families needs and keep high quality records.Lead and liaise with agencies through the CAF/TAF process in order to ensure the needs of the family and individuals are met.Lead the school on issues of behaviour and attendance; promote a whole school approach in developing and implementing policies and procedures to overcome barriers to learning and improve participation in learning and school life.Collate information, maintain records for identified pupils and assist with the preparation of reports.Lead attendance initiatives and liaise with families in order to address attendance and punctuality issues.To support the DSL/SENCO in all matters relating to Child Protection up to and including Children Looked After.Attend Child Protection Conferences, Core Groups, CIN meetings, participating in the sharing of information to all relevant agencies and workers in order to share relevant information from the school's perspective.Attend our children reviews and PEP meetings for our Children Looked After. To gather the relevant information in relation to a child's attainment and progress and their targets for their PEP. To meet with the child to complete their views.To be the first point of contact within school and via our safeguard software for safeguarding concerns in the absence of the DSL.Along with the DSL, be a point of contact within the school to receive and deal with MASH calls, MARAC requests, ENCOMPASS notifications and PVPs.Maintain electronic records for communications, meetings and actions taken for children on the CIN, CP and LAC register.To provide and collate reports for EHCP applications and respond/complete reports for medical professionals.Liaise with the SENCO and with other professionals to ensure that the needs of our SEND children are met.If this sounds like the opportunity for you, don't delay and please Apply Online Now. We can then contact you to offer help and advice to support you in your career.

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