The person appointed should:
- be an outstanding teacher, modelling the best
practice to colleagues
- be able to demonstrate positive impact on student
progress, in relation to external benchmarks
- have experience of coaching colleagues and students,
with clear impact
South Wirral High School is a
co-educational foundation secondary school and sixth form located in Eastham,
Merseyside, England. The school prides itself on its community ties, working
closely with nearby primary schools to help with students' transition to high
school. This commitment is shown in our motto "Raising Achievement in Partnership
with Families and the Community". This declares a vision for our school
where each student’s progress is remarkable. We focus on the whole educational
experience, aiming for success in examinations and other aspects of school
life. This includes sports, the arts and as contributors to our community.
Extra-curricular activities are an integral part of school life, as we help
students to build skills in the 5 'LORIC' principles - Leadership,
Organisation, Resilience, Initiative and Character.
The person appointed will be accountable to the Faculty Progress Leader for
the progress of students within the Faculty. The focus will be on Geography but
may include other subjects within the Faculty.
The post will focus on supporting the Faculty
Progress Leader in maintaining a high quality of teaching within the Faculty,
to ensure that students make good or outstanding progress from their starting
- Assist the Faculty Progress Leader in
maintaining a clear vision and strong
and consistent ethos within the Faculty
strategic planning of the Faculty, in line with school priorities, which
may include the evaluation of the curriculum
- Ensure that assessment of student progress is
razor-sharp at all key stages
- Monitor the progress of all students and all groups
and put strategies in place to address any progress that is not good, following
the Diagnosis-Therapy-Testing model
- Evaluate the quality of teaching using a variety of
evidence which may include data analysis, lesson observations, learning walks,
work scrutiny and student voice
- Cultivate love of subject(s) by maintaining a high
quality extra-curricular programme
- Delegate other duties to staff as appropriate
The Assessment Process will be:
Letters of application should be addressed to the
Headteacher and should address the person specification and job description.
Closing date: Friday
3rd February 2023
Week beginning Monday 6th February 2023
Interested applicants are welcome to visit the school on
Tuesday 24th January at 4 pm to meet our Humanities Faculty Progress
Leader. If you wish to attend, please
inform us by emailing the Headteacher at email@example.com
We are sorry that it will
not be possible to contact unsuccessful candidates. Anyone who has not heard of the progress of
their application by 6th
February must assume it has been unsuccessful.
Please visit https://southwirral.wirral.sch.uk/vacancies for an application form.
application form and letter of application to be addressed to Headteacher, and emailed
All posts are subject to an Enhanced Level DBS check.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment
All applicants will be considered on the basis of suitability for the post regardless of sex, race or disability
Our Safeguarding Policy can be found on our school’s website:
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