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Are there any interview questions for an inclusion manager? One of our associate education experts suggests questions you could ask candidates in an interview for the role of an inclusion manager in a primary school. We also link to examples of job descriptions for the role.

Jan Champney, one of our associate education experts, suggested the following questions for use in a recruitment interview for an inclusion manager. This is not intended as an exhaustive list, and the questions should be adapted to your own school's circumstances.

Jan explained that the questions could also be asked in interviews for other roles with strategic responsibility for inclusion.

This article was written to support interviewers with writing questions, and is not intended to help interviewees prepare for an interview.

Interview questions

Personal attributes

  • Why are you interested in the job of inclusion manager?
  • What skills and experience do you think you would bring to our school?

How would you lead the issue of inclusion to ensure it becomes a high-level school priority? How would you support school improvement? What do you consider to be the key factors affecting inclusion at primary level? Can you provide an example of a strategy you would

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