Faculty Leader for PE
This job expired on 19 April 2023
Job start date
1 September 2023
19 April 2023 at 12pm (midday)
23 March 2023
- Key stage 3, Key stage 4
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- MPS/UPS +TLR1C £10,899
What skills and experience we're looking for
To be responsible and accountable for student outcomes.
To be responsible and accountable for the performance of staff.
·To raise standards of student attainment and achievement within the whole
faculty and to monitor and support student progress.
To be accountable for student progress and development within the faculty,
including college wide cross-curricular requirements.
To develop and enhance the teaching practice of others.
To ensure the provision of an appropriately broad, balanced, relevant and
differentiated curriculum for students studying in the faculty, in accordance
with the aims of the college and the curricular policies.
To be accountable for leading, managing and developing the faculty.
To effectively manage and deploy teaching staff, financial and physical
resources within the faculty to achieve the aims of the college.
Under the reasonable direction of the Headteacher, carry out the professional
duties of a schoolteacher as set out in the current School Teachers' Pay and
Conditions Document (STPCD).
Mark Tilling, Headteacher
TLR post holders with responsibility for Key Stages / Curriculum Areas, teaching staff and other specified
personnel within the Faculty
To undertake an appropriate programme of teaching in accordance with the duties of a main scale /
To act in a manner that supports the pastoral system of the College and undertake duties as directed
by the Headteacher
Support the culture and ethos as created by the Senior Leadership team within the College.
Engage with the wider community, in particular Parents and Governors to ensure all achieve at High
- Tunstall College of Science.
What the school offers its staff
The successful candidate must be prepared to undertake training and development, as required,
particularly in relation to the introduction of new technologies and continuous professional
Teaching Staff Benefits
Currently the College offers a wide range of benefits to staff, including:
• A strong commitment to professional development, with a substantial budget
for whole college training and individual courses.
• Enrolment into Teachers Pension Fund.
• Free parking on site
• Free use of the state-of-the-art Tunstall Active including fitness suite,
swimming pool and 3G pitch
• Annual flu vaccination
• Medical benefits including quick access to Occupational Health,
Physiotherapy and Counselling
Commitment to safeguarding
About High Tunstall College of Science
- School type
- Local authority maintained school, ages 11 to 16
- Education phase
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- School size
- 1314 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 16
- Ofsted report
- View Ofsted report (opens in new tab)
- Email address
- Phone number
- 01429 261446
High Tunstall College of Science is a school that serves the community of North West of Hartlepool and its surrounding villages. We are a truly inclusive college and the governors and staff of HTCS strive every day to ensure that the very best education is provided for all. At the heart of our ethos is the belief that it is our duty to inspire and support students, so that they achieve the very best that they can. This ambition has led to a dramatic improvement in the quality of teaching and learning across the college over the past 18 months. Every child has the right to be taught by teachers that are good and outstanding and to achieve this we provide comprehensive professional learning and development that is bespoke to the needs of individuals within the staff. The results of good teaching can be seen in all aspects of school life and therefore our attendance, achievement and behaviour have all improved. Inspirational teaching is matched by the range of extra-curricular opportunities that are available for our students. These opportunities range from trips to New York to Top of the Bench Chemistry visits at the University of Teesside. These experiences are critical for the development of the students in our care and we try to ensure that all access as many opportunities as possible. Inspiring teaching and opportunities can only be effective when placed within the context of a supportive curriculum and we pride ourselves on the breadth, challenge and quality of our offer. We offer a wide range of qualifications that prepare students for life post 16 whether they intend to follow an academic or vocational route. We are also confident that our KS4 curriculum will meet the demands of the new rigour in imminent changes to examinations and performance tables. Our support goes beyond the curriculum and encompasses a wide range of systems and networks to help students navigate their way through college and adolescence. We are proud of the care and guidance that we provide for our most vulnerable students, but equally proud of the opportunities that we provide for our most able. This support, alongside quality teaching is helping us to close the gaps that are such an issue nationwide. The High Tunstall community is based upon the principle that as a group of individuals we inspire each other and support each other, so that we all achieve. This principle underpins daily routines and practice, which has led to a community that is mutually respectful, offering an equal balance of support and challenge that leads to success for all.
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