- Leadership Range L11- L15
Assistant Headteacher - Behaviour & Discipline KS3/4 job summary
The Role• To assist the Senior Leadership Team with the organisation, management and development of the school with a focus on behaviour and attitudes across all key stages.
• To promote and lead outstanding behaviour and attitudes across KS3 and 4.
• To lead, support and develop the role of Year Leaders in Y7 – Y11.
• Responsible for the oversight of year groups led by Year Leaders.
• To support Year Leaders in ensuring outstanding student attainment and progress.
• This role attracts substantive non-contact time to carry out responsibilities.
The exact leadership responsibilities of our Assistant Headteacher will be tailored to the strengths of the successful candidate. We are a dynamic and passionate Senior Leadership Team and we are looking for a candidate with talent, energy and vision. Our ideal candidate would be a successful middle leader or senior leader with a track record of impact and raising standards.
We are seeking a professional who is:
a values driven school leader who wants to help transform the life chances of young people
someone who is ambitious for Deputy Headship and wants to take advantage of the career progression opportunities our School has to offer
an inspirational thinker who wants the opportunity to have considerable impact on outcomes for our young people
a team player who thrives in a supportive, collegiate environment
Ambitious and committed to the very highest standards of student learning.
Keen to challenge and enthuse our diverse student population.
An excellent classroom practitioner with a drive for self-improvement and development.
We can offer the successful candidate:
a close and supportive team environment
an organisation which has the child at the centre of everything we do
A competitive salary and a commitment to your professional development.
Teachers across the school that are friendly and motivated & supportive senior management.
A pleasant environment conducive to quality teaching and learning.
A strong commitment to your professional development and wellbeing, including access to all CPD provision within the Agnus Dei Teaching School Alliance.
Opportunity to work with a forward-thinking Senior Leadership Team.
A team of motivated and talented teachers that work collaboratively to raise standards and secure achievement for all students.
Well behaved students that are keen to achieve and are respectful of their teachers.
A well-resourced school and a stimulating environment that is conducive to high quality teaching and learning.
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About Trinity Catholic High School
- School type
- Local authority maintained school, Roman Catholic, ages 11 to 18
- School size
- 1661 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 18
Trinity Catholic High School is large Catholic comprehensive school situated in the London Borough of Redbridge and within the Diocese of Brentwood. Ofsted have ranked us as ‘outstanding’ on 5 consecutive occasions and we have a reputation for excellence in all aspects of our service to the children in our school and the wider community. Our school’s inspection reports can be viewed on this link: www.tchs.org.uk/about-us/inspections. The highest standards relating to Teaching and Learning are a feature of daily life at Trinity and these significantly and positively impact student progress and attainment. Trinity’s Section 48 report (January 2020) states that “Trinity Catholic High School is an outstanding school and a beacon of high-quality Catholic education. It has an excellent reputation in the local community and beyond and it is rightly seen as a flagship school for the Diocese of Brentwood”. The report also emphasises that “Catholic life at Trinity Catholic High School is outstanding and is of the highest quality” and “Every aspect of Collective Worship at the school is outstanding".
Arranging a visit to Trinity Catholic High School
Please contact, James Cantwell, Deputy Headteacher
0208 504 3419 x121