L5 - L9
To provide professional leadership and management of the school, in conjunction with the Headteacher and Head of School. To be responsible and accountable to the Headteacher and Governing Body, with particular regard to standards of teaching and learning in the school. This post is subject to the conditions of service laid out in the School Teachers' Pay and Conditions document, for staff paid on the leadership scale. Within that framework the Governing Body would wish to highlight the following key tasks:
2.0 MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
2.1 Support the Headteacher in defining, meeting and promoting the vision, aims, ethos and policies of the school and promoting high levels of achievement and attainment.
2.2 Be responsible for leading and managing a significant part of the curriculum and raising the quality of teaching and learning across the school.
2.3 Ensure clear procedures for developing and supporting effective teams of staff to meet the needs of all learners.
2.4 Manage staff to ensure their effectiveness through procedures such as Appraisal.
2.5 Support the Headteacher in monitoring and evaluating school effectiveness and standards of teaching and learning.
2.6 Play a key role in the discipline and behaviour management of the whole school.
2.7 Work alongside the Headteacher in carrying out rigorous and effective school self-evaluation.
2.8 Deputise for the Head of School/Headteacher in their absence.
2.9 To develop effective working relationships with pupils, staff, parents, governors and external agencies.
2.10 Establish coaching and mentoring procedures for staff that are based around improving the quality of teaching and learning.
2.11 To support the implementation of actions on school improvement strategies, OFSTED action plans and the school development plan.
2.12 Participate in the teaching of pupils at the school, including providing cover for absent teachers across the school, to an extent that has regard for the postholder’s other professional duties.
3.0 Supervisory/Managerial Responsibilities
3.1 Complete the appraisal process with staff across the school workforce.
3.2 Monitor and evaluate assessment data from across the school and identify strengths and weaknesses ensuring the findings inform the school improvement work on teaching and learning.
3.3 Lead Pupil Progress Meetings to evaluate the success of teachers working towards challenging pupil progress targets. Support teachers in identifying appropriate strategies to achieve challenging progress targets.
3.4 Contribute to the whole school policies, procedures and ethos to promote pupil wellbeing, good behaviour and discipline.
3.5 Lead effective teams towards agreed goals identified through school self-evaluation. Support the development of effective, engaging and creative schemes of work and medium and short term plans.
3.6 Promote whole school commitment to the safeguarding procedures and ensuring the welfare of children and young people.
3.7 Participate, and lead, the selection and appointment of the teaching and support staff of the school.
3.8 Report to and advise the Governing Body on matters that the postholder has responsibility for, such as areas of teaching and learning/curriculum.
4.1 Undertake all relevant tasks to ensure a consistently high standard of information is circulated to parents, carers and the community through newsletters, notices and the school website.
4.2 Ensure that channels of communication are used effectively, within the school, to ensure all staff, parents and pupils are well informed.
Applying for the job
Supporting documents have been linked to this advertisement however, these can also be obtained from the school website www.wintonprimary.ukMore on how to apply
819 pupils enrolled
4 to 11
About Winton Primary School
Winton Primary School is situated in Bournemouth on the south coast and is one of the largest primary schools in the south west, with over 800 pupils.
Whilst we are large enough to offer staff development and career opportunities , due to the way we separate our school structure we retain a "smaller" school feeling so that our teachers and support staff feel valued and part of all that is going on around them.
At Winton we want to be a school that is at the heart of the community, a place where pupils are happy and engaged with their learning and somewhere that all children succeed. It sounds simple, but ensuring that it happens requires hard work from a dedicated and committed staff team. We want our young learners to be excited by the curriculum, responsible members of our school community and move onto the next stage of their education well prepared. We know that to be a successful school we must ensure that children make good progress during their time here and be achieving the highest standards they can. By so doing they will be able to go on to be successful in their future.
Arranging a visit to Winton Primary School
For a visit to the school please contact the Headteacher, Neil Tarchetti on 01202 513988 (Extension 211) or by email; firstname.lastname@example.org
Oswald Road, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH9 2TG