Manager of KS3 Outreach

Haybrook College, Slough, Berkshire


Job details

Job role Leadership
Working pattern Full-time only
Salary Leadership 3 - 7 London Fringe (negotiable if not QTS) £44,275 - £48,844

Job summary

Key Stage 3 Outreach is part of the KS3 alternative provision offer within the College. The provision includes three main programmes:
• KS3 Interim educating up to 16 students who have been permanently excluded or at high risk of exclusion from local mainstream schools, with the aim of returning pupils to mainstream schools.
• HPTC, a 4 week intervention programme based in self-management enabling up to 10 pupils to develop the skills needed to maintain their mainstream provision.
• Momentum, a 2 week KS3 & 4 intervention programme for up to 6 pupils to further develop their self-management skills and remain in a mainstream setting.

We require an inspirational leader to become Manager of KS3 Outreach and support the Senior Leadership Team to develop the provision by ensuring every young person can be a success. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record in middle leadership with an intuitive understanding of complex young people, their needs and how best to support them. The role will include ensuring the smooth day to day management of the centre and also play an important role in leading the future development and expansion of the College, at an exciting time.

The successful post holder will lead and manage a staff team of 12, with support from the programme leads and have a strong understanding of the Quality of Education to raise standards of learner achievement across the curriculum. They will also ensure that the provision offers a broad, balanced, relevant, motivating and differentiated curriculum for all learners, as well as monitoring learner attendance and ensuring that behaviour management systems and procedures in place are monitored and consistently adhered to. The post holder will naturally fit into the wider ethos of Haybrook College and bring positivity, creativity, enthusiasm and innovation to the staff, whilst being kind, patient, caring and forgiving to the learners. Pupil voice is extremely important to us and we seek to encourage and develop this in all our young people.

At Haybrook College we feel passionately that education can improve a young person’s life chances and would like to work with a leader that demonstrates the same ethos. If you’re ready to take up this challenge and change the lives disadvantaged young people we would like to hear from you. You must be a qualified teacher (or willing to work towards this for an exceptional candidate) with proven experience of middle/senior leadership, experience of working effectively with children who have Social Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties either in a special school, PRU, alternative education provision or within a mainstream setting.

Haybrook College Trust is a ‘Good’, with Outstanding leadership, alternative provision that educates young people aged 11 to 19 who have challenging and complex Social, Emotional, and Mental Health difficulties (SEMH) or medical needs. ‘Across Haybrook, leaders’ moral purpose and ambition for the pupils in their care underpins all leadership decisions’, Ofsted 2018.

Our dedicated staff team are highly trained, skilled and committed to educating young people with some of the most challenging behaviours in Slough and the wider area. ‘The overwhelming majority of staff are proud to be part of Haybrook. They value the high-quality professional development that leaders provide. Many spoke enthusiastically about the research projects that they undertake, which help to further develop and refine their practice’, Ofsted 2018.

Supporting documents

School overview

School type Academy
Education phase Not Applicable
School size 129 pupils enrolled
Age range 11 to 16
Ofsted report View Ofsted report
Website Haybrook College website (opens in a new window)
Contact email

About Haybrook College

PRU and SEMH Special School

School location

112 Burnham Lane, Slough, Berkshire, SL1 6LZ