Main pay range 1 to Upper pay range 3
The Roseland Multi-Academy Trust consists of three secondary and two primary schools. The Trust’s vision is “Where Everyone Succeeds” and we put our staff at the heart of everything we do to create a team spirit in our highly successful schools.
Are you an outstanding Maths practitioner and leader who is able to challenge the most-able students, support less confident learners and make learning inclusive and accessible to all? We are looking for an ambitious Head of Department who is innovative, creative, and ready to lead a highly successful, and well-established department.
The new leader must be able to promote an inclusive approach that raises aspirations and ambition of all young people. This unique opportunity offers the right candidate the chance to play a wide-ranging and integral role in a successful department at Falmouth School and across The Roseland Multi-Academy Trust. As a leader you will be highly skilled at managing and developing your team and ensure the department contributes to the overall success of the school.
All Falmouth School staff recently contributed to defining their staff cultures. We all subscribe to these cultures and we expect that any new member of staff would do too. The Falmouth School staff cultures are;
o I am considerate of others and support students and staff as best I can;
o I enjoy working at Falmouth and want to contribute towards its growth;
o I show empathy and consider the impact of my actions on everyone in our community;
o I am a team player and value the positive contribution made by every member of Team Falmouth;
o I am kind, open and considerate and value this from others;
o I am resilient and open to new ways of working to solve problems;
o I value everyone's contribution and believe that when we work together we will do our best;
o I set myself high standards and enjoy celebrating when others succeed;
o I act with integrity and honesty and aim to be a role model to students and staff;
o I promote a learning environment where everyone feels happy, safe and secure;
o I reflect on my practice and know it’s OK to ask for guidance;
o I love what I do and I am passionate about enriching the lives of young people.
If our ethos and cultures appeal to you and you can inspire our students and fellow colleagues, we look forward to receiving your application for this post. Our Ofsted inspection in 2019 does not reflect our current school or our rapid improvement journey. Our school has an inclusive environment where everyone feels able to participate and achieve their potential. We believe we can offer you a unique opportunity to be a key member of staff in a forward-looking, ever-improving school with a happy and supportive working environment.
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946 pupils enrolled
11 to 18
About Falmouth School
At Falmouth School we believe in high expectations and high standards. We set challenging targets for students and we encourage and support them to achieve their targets. Over the past 3 years we have consistently achieved results that place us as one of the top schools in Cornwall, please see the results section of the website for more details. We believe in a culture of excellence whereby we expect the best of everyone, whether students or staff. Considerable professional development time is spent ensuring that our staff employ the most effective methods, drawn from research, to encourage the best learning outcomes possible from our students. We expect our students to be ‘Ready to Learn’, by attending school, being equipped and focussed on learning and taking responsibility for their own development. We have a behaviour support structure that allows teachers to deal quickly and efficiently with any low level disruption with minimum interruption to the learning process. We expect students to behave respectfully so that everyone can achieve their potential and misbehaviour has clear sanctions. Our uniform policy encourages students to dress smartly and we enforce our uniform rules to ensure this. We expect students to attend school every day, absence affects progress and so must be avoided whenever possible.
Students leave our post-16 College to attend a variety of universities including those of the Russell group, and also our vocational pathways lead students into apprenticeships and employment.
We continually seek new partnerships to offer our students the best education. This has led to productive partnerships with Falmouth and Exeter universities, Cornwall Marine Network and other local businesses. Students can use state of the art facilities and have access to experts in a range of disciplines. Falmouth School offers a broad and balanced curriculum with a range of optional subjects available. Students are expected to work collaboratively in lessons and complete homework as directed. There are many opportunities to seek additional help and support after school at our ‘Masterclass’ and ‘Back on Track’ sessions, as well as the numerous other enrichment activities.
We are blessed with a fabulous school site in extensive grounds in beautiful part of Cornwall. Falmouth is regularly identified in the media as one of the best places to live in the UK. We take pride in our site and work hard to develop and maintain the school facilities for the benefit of the whole community. Our most recent venture has been the development of an all-weather pitch and Sports Hub. This impressive development will provide a focus for sport for everyone in the area.