- Job role
- Working pattern
- Full time
- Contract type
- Leadership Range 12 - 16
We are looking for a dynamic, inspiring individual to lead in the area of Quality of Education.
The successful candidate will complement the work of the Quality of Education team which comprises of the Associate Headteacher and two Lead Practitioners. The appointed person will also support the work of other members of the Senior Leadership Team – the Assistant Headteacher for Safeguarding and Inclusion and the Assistant Headteacher for Culture and Climate - to provide an exciting learning experience for our young people and to fulfil our vision:
To inspire and empower our young people to make a positive difference today; ready for tomorrow.
Main Purpose of the Job
To raise standards across all key stages in the Academy in terms of outcomes for all learners (including key groups) as part of the Quality of Education team.
To coordinate and lead on whole Academy strategic improvement activities to ensure an appropriate and accessible wider curriculum to meet the needs of all learners and develop the Holderness Learner.
Applying for the job
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- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 18
- Education phase
- School size
- 1167 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 18
About Holderness Academy and Sixth Form College
Holderness Academy & Sixth Form College is a large comprehensive school with 1145 students on roll, including 142 in the Sixth Form. The Academy is situated in the East Riding of Yorkshire and located in the small village of Preston. It sits six miles to the East of Hull and one mile from the town of Hedon.
The Academy attracts students from all its surrounding East Yorkshire towns and villages, and staff from even further afield. We are incredibly proud to have a positive and engaged student body and a dedicated and talented team of staff and governors Academy and Sixth Form College is a disciplined and well-organised environment. We have high standards of Academy dress and have clear expectations on punctuality, attendance and behaviour. We have a strong student and staff voice approach which has impacted significantly on the recent developments in our Academy environment and in approaches to Teaching and Learning and fostering well-being and mental resilience across all teams within our school. We recognise the impact of exceptional teachers and are committed to high quality continued professional development.
On 1 October 2018, Holderness Academy and Sixth Form College (formerly South Holderness Technology College) joined a multi academy trust, ‘The Consortium Academy Trust’ (TCAT). TCAT currently comprises of six secondary schools and three primary schools, as well as an associate member, with a total of approximately 7500 learners and a significant staff team.
The Trust was developed to provide a platform to deliver high quality educational experiences for the children and young people within the communities it serves, to enhance and improve their life chances and enable them to make substantial and sustained contributions to society. We will achieve this by building a strong, regional offer that supports the educational aspirations of current and future generations while providing excellent career opportunities for staff.
Arranging a visit to Holderness Academy and Sixth Form College
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