Vacancy Summary

2 x Inclusion Leaders (Classroom Support) with Lunchtime Supervisor responsibility - Bradford Site

Band 6, 35 hours per week, TTO plus five days per annum plus half an hour per day Lunchtime Supervisor 

We are seeking to appoint two Inclusion Leaders at our Bradford site who, not only understands complex emotional, social and mental health needs of secondary aged learners, but one who is also sympathetic and sensitive to the very difficulties our learners face in their personal lives and help them overcome those barriers to succeed.

Vacancy Information

Oastlers School is part of Exceed Academies Trust, which currently consists of fourteen schools’; ten primary schools, an all-through primary-to-secondary academy, two alternative provision academies (Primary and Secondary), and ours a specialist setting for children/young people who suffer from social, emotional and mental health difficulties. The Trust has an excellent reputation within Bradford and beyond, and an outstanding track record of supporting staff in developing their careers through specialist training lead by the Exceed Teaching School Hub and our Outstanding SCITT.

We need an Inclusion Leader who is able to cope with highly complex problems, particularly in Child Protection and challenging behaviours.  Some of our learners are involved in high risk-taking activities such a substance misuse, going missing, vulnerability to exploitation and much more.  They may lead chaotic lifestyles or suffer from neglect, all form of abuse and witness to domestic violence and family turbulence.

  • The Inclusion Leader is required to carry out the professional duties as a member of the school community
  • The Inclusion Leader supports learning within the classroom
  • The Inclusion Leader has an important role to play in delivering the schools Behaviour Policy and supporting learners with their learning in the classroom so that they are in the most advantageous position to access the curriculum
  • The Inclusion Leader will be involved in training within the school.

For further information regarding this post or to arrange a visit please contact Jeanine Fairbairn 01274 307456 or email:

Closing Date: 6pm, 17th July 2024

Exceed Academies Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.  Shortlisted candidates will be subject to related online content checks, in line with Keeping Children Safe in Education 2023.  All appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS check as well as successful completion of a probationary period.

Exceed Academies Trust strives to be an employer of choice.  We are an inclusive and diverse multi academy trust, and ultimately our aim is to employ a workforce that reflects the communities it serves.  We are committed to achieving a balanced workforce at all levels, whilst ensuring that no individual is disadvantaged or treated less favourably.  We welcome applications from candidates of all backgrounds, faiths and ethnicities and will ensure a fair recruitment process without discrimination, in compliance with the Equality Act 2010.

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