Headteacher Attendance, Behaviour and Safeguarding is responsible to the
Headteacher for leading attendance, behaviour and safeguarding, taking into
account the School’s mission statement and ethos. This postholder will also be
the school’s Designated Safeguarding Lead. In addition, they will hold the post of a
teacher under the standard contract for teachers at Framingham Earl High
A proven track record of outstanding
teaching and learning including excellent knowledge of strategies for raising
achievement and achieving excellence.
Successful middle or senior leadership that
motivates, challenges and develops students and staff and includes excellent
knowledge of how to build and sustain a learning community.
Evidence of working productively with
students, parents, Trustees and Local Authority.
Evidence of creating successful school to
school, community and business partnerships.
Building successful systems to monitor and
Building and sustaining programmes of study
to support school’s aims and ethos.
Managing performance of staff and
understanding the relationship between CPD and sustained school improvement.
Strategic planning processes including
leading change, creativity and innovation.
Evidence of ability to ensure best value for
school budget via strategic financial planning and budgetary management.
An understanding of safeguarding and
experience of working within a safeguarding team.
Qualified to degree level.
Qualified Teacher Status.
Designated Safeguarding Lead.
Professional Development in
preparation for Leadership, NPQH or equivalent.
Lead, inspire, challenge and empower teams /
individuals to perform outstandingly.
Demonstrate personal and
professional integrity and an ability to model the values and vision of the
Excellent communication skills with
a range of audiences.
Think strategically, build and
communicate a coherent vision in a range of compelling ways.
Emotional resilience in working
Ability to form and maintain
appropriate relationships and personal boundaries with children.
Demonstrate personal enthusiasm for
and commitment to the learning process including a capacity for sustained
hard work with energy and enthusiasm.
Give and receive effective feedback
and act to improve personal performance.
Excellent skills of collaboration
and networking for the benefit of pupils.
Demonstrate ‘political’ insight and
Full-time or part-time position available.
This post is paid on the Leadership Scale Point 9 – 13.
All payments are
pensionable under the Teachers’ Pension Scheme.
Framingham Earl High School has over 100 staff
dedicated to providing a First-Class education. The school prides itself in
delivering education through strong academic lessons and a nurturing ethos
which encapsulates a wide range of community and co-curricular links. The school’s
most recent Ofsted in 2022 demonstrated the school has an “ambitious
curriculum” and that “teachers make appropriate adaptations to support pupils,
including those with SEND, to achieve well”, resulting in a rating of “Good”.
GCSE results in 2022 saw the school achieve higher than the national average
across a variety of subjects.
Application closing date will be: 5pm, Friday 1 March
Interview date will be: Tuesday 5 & 6 March
Complete an application
form online – https://bit.ly/3SLBKmQ
Or for more information
contact the HR team on firstname.lastname@example.org, 01953 609012
The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, therefore all applicants must be prepared to undergo a number of checks to confirm their suitability to work with children and young people. The Trust welcomes applications from all sectors of the community. In accordance with the Department of Education’s “Keeping Children Safe in Education”, references will be sought on all short-listed candidates before interview.
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