Our vision of ‘a fantastic future for all’ our students is easy to understand but complex to achieve, as the future evolves so rapidly around us. Students have to adapt in order to build themselves a secure and resilient future. With an innovative curriculum and high expectations in terms of commitment and hard work, we strive to make sure our students can compete with their peers nationally and internationally – this is the MEA way and we reinforce this to our students at all times.



Job Summary:

An exciting, new opportunity has arisen for an Internal Exclusion Room Coordinator to provide support within our fantastic school in Wythenshawe, in order to raise standards and help achieve the aims of the school. The successful applicant will be expected to work with the Pastoral Team to effectively supervise students who have been internally excluded in line with the school’s behaviour and learning policy and coordinate the reintegration process.


  • Promote the importance of inclusion with the students not exclusion
  • Demonstrate that they are proactive and able to use their own initiative to make decisions within the scope of their role
  • Demonstrate the confidence to communicate clearly and effectively with groups of students and in one to one situations
  • Demonstrate the resilience to handle sensitive situations with tact and diplomacy but also to follow up with tenacity when upholding school policies
  • Show they have the relevant skills to write reports and keep detailed records


  • GCSE Maths and English or numeracy/literacy skills at an equivalent level
  • NVQ accreditation in a relevant subject or area
  • Recent participation in relevant CPD activities
  • Proven experience in the 11-16 phase
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Understanding of national/foundation stage curriculum and other basic learning programmes/strategies
  • Proven track record of successfully working with disaffected young people
  • Experience of working in a secondary school setting
  • Experience of assisting students with their learning
  • To be a committed educational professional, with experience to support the Trust in its next stage of development
  • A good understanding of current, relevant issues & developments within education
  • An understanding of the role of support staff and other professionals who are working to help students reach their potential
  • Knowledge of the principles involved in giving advice and guidance to young people including the place of confidentiality and sharing information
  • To be able to articulate a clear vision for high quality education
  • An ability to communicate effectively with teachers, students, parents and multi agencies
  • To be forward thinking with a ‘can do’ attitude
  • Good problem-solving skills




£22,021 to £24,799


Full time


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