MPS/UPS - TLR2c (£33,965 - £49,797)
To organise and deliver high quality fieldwork experiences for students at all key stages whilst ensuring effective safeguarding and health & safety practices.
Lead the Department team by providing a professional, positive, pro-active and creative approach
To participate in the appraisal /PDR process as a reviewee and, where appropriate, as a reviewer and to support staff in achieving their Appraisal Targets
Support the Leadership Team in implementing Department and School practice, policy and vision
Line Manage teachers and support staff as delegated through the line management structure
To attend and positively contribute to the Department Meetings
To lead Departmental Meetings and represent the Department at Strategic Middle Leader Meetings
Model excellent learning and teaching and support others in the department to do so.
Our outstanding staff well-being programme includes fortnightly well-being periods, access to our fitness suite and swimming pool, flu vaccinations and complimentary eye tests.
Applying for the job
Please complete the School's application form and email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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1346 pupils enrolled
11 to 18
About Rickmansworth School
Rickmansworth School is an 11-19 heavily oversubscribed co-educational partially (35%) selective converter academy with 1260 on roll, expanding to 1450 over the next five years. Judged 'Good' by Ofsted (November 2017). Staff development was recognised as an area of excellence by Challenge Partners (March 2018), with 3 staff achieving national finals in the last 2 years. Academic results are strong with a GCSE Progress 8 score of +0.25 (sig +ve) and EBacc 40%, whilst at A level almost 50% entries achieved A* -B grades, with 100% students securing first choice destinations.
Arranging a visit to Rickmansworth School
Please contact the School on 01923 773296