Welcome from the Headteacher
My name is Tracy and I'm the Headteacher at Isebrook school. I have had the pleasure of working here for 11 years and would love to be able to show you around our awesome school.
At Isebrook, we champion all of our students and support them to be the best they can be. Relationships are really important to us and we are proud of the amazing things that they achieve in the time that they are with us.
We prepare our students for the future, enabling them to have the necessary skills for life beyond Isebrook. These skills are reflected in our curriculum that is underpinned by Preparation for Adulthood; friends relationships and community, health, employment and independent living and also the essential soft skills through skills builder. This enables us to prepare them for their next chapter in life beyond Isebrook. We want our students to embrace opportunities, thrive and to take risks and develop resilience.
We would love you to come and see what we have to offer with your own eyes.
I look forward to meeting you.
Tracy Hall – Headteacher
Here at Isebrook we cater for students from 11-18 years old with a range of complex educational needs: most have global learning difficulties and some have acute learning difficulties.
About one-third of the students have autistic spectrum conditions and many of our young people have social, emotional and behavioural difficulties, some of which demonstrate challenging behaviours.
We are proud to offer our students:
D of E Awards
Residentials for Key Stages
Internships at Wicksteed Park
Independent living skills for Post 16
A brilliant Junior Leadership Team
A fantastic Sensory Room
The Studio Shop owned by the MAT - Based in Kettering Town Centre for our 6th form providing essential life skills and Work Experience.
And much more......
We provide a creative and caring environment for all learners.
Being a leading light in specialist education, giving our learners the confidence to succeed in an ever changing world.
Both our mission and vision are underpinned by our four Core Values...
WE BELIEVE THAT
Learning is life long and that all our young people are able to learn.
Families need our support if young people are to meet their potential.
All young people are of equal worth.
WE CAN OFFER YOU
Support from a nurturing Trust and staff, who are committed to achieving high standards for our students.
A strong ethos and collaborative working
Dedicated teaching assistants and pastoral support.
A rigorous induction programme
Opportunities for quality professional development
A holistic consultative approach to each young person
Well-being package including advice, support and guidance.
Recognition for attendance and Perkbox!
How to apply
How to apply
Full applications to job opportunities advertised at Isebrook School must be submitted by completing the application form along with a supporting statement.
To request a full application pack for a specific role, including job description, person specification and application form, please contact Paul Hunt:
Isebrook School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. All successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.
Site LocationEastleigh Rd, Kettering, NN15 6PT
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