|Working pattern||Full-time only|
|Salary||Lead Practitioners range 4 to Lead Practitioners range 6, £44,218,.00 to £46,457,.00|
• Develop and implement policies and practices which reflect the UTCs commitment to high achievement through effective teaching and learning.
• Have an enthusiasm for the curriculum area which motivates and supports other staff and encourages a shared understanding of the contribution the subject can make to all aspects of students’ lives.
• Use relevant UTC, local and national data to inform targets for development and further improvement for individuals and groups of students.
• Raise the level of achievement for all students through a Curriculum Development Plan (CDP) which identifies clear targets, time-scales and success criteria for its monitoring. This should be in line with the UTC Development Plan (UDP).
• Monitor student progress and evaluate the effects on teaching and learning by working alongside colleagues, analysing work and outcomes.
• Chair meetings of subject staff (including provision of agenda and minutes) and provide other briefings as necessary.
• Implement all quality assurance procedures outlined in the QA programme, including undertaking lesson observations, learning walks, work scrutiny and student voice activities.
• Establish and implement clear policies and practices for assessing, recording and reporting on students’ achievement in the curriculum area.
• Attend all necessary Middle Leader Meetings.
• Liaise with parents over all matters concerning pupil performance in the curriculum area.
• Report to the appropriate Governors’ Committee regarding progress and results in computing.
• Liaise with the mathematics department to ensure there is a coordinated response to the school meeting its targets for 4+/5+/7+, including English and mathematics, to include a specific focus on pupil premium and SEND students.
Essential educational requirements
Essential skills and experience
• Highly developed communication skills.
• Highly developed interpersonal skills.
• Excellent time management and organisational skills.
• The ability to work as part of a team and motivate others.
• An awareness of the appraisal process and how it is used to support staff development.
Being part of our Trust will offer you a fantastic opportunity to develop yourself, and, have a strong influence on student outcomes across our family of schools, initially focussing on the secondary phase. We actively encourage collaboration and the sharing of good practice; we believe that by developing a love of learning and having the highest expectations, all children and young people can excel.More on how to apply
|School size||1211 pupils enrolled|
|Age range||11 to 16|
|Ofsted report||View Ofsted report|
|School website||Hungerhill School website (opens in a new window)|
About Hungerhill School
Hungerhill Lane, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN3 2JY