1. Regularly monitor the individual progress of all students in the designated group and take or support appropriate intervention to facilitate progress in line with target grades
2. Monitor, record and evaluate the impact of various interventions for students within the designated group, ensuring use of, and feedback for, the most effective interventions by the Pastoral and Faculty Teams
3. Identify students in need of specialised mentoring, and provide mentoring sessions where appropriate or facilitate alternative mentoring opportunities
4. Be proactive in establishing behaviour for learning across the school
5. Access student voice via year group or key stage assemblies, focus groups, interviews and questionnaires analysing student feedback to promote the learning experience and inform best practice for Pastoral and Faculty teams.
6. Co-ordinate home / school links over a range of issues e.g. attitudes to learning and individual progress
7. Proactively use the Go 4 Schools system to regularly monitor behaviour and learning of all pupils, analysing any sub-group patterns and feeding back to Tutors, Mentors and the wider pastoral team, as appropriate.
8. Meet with parents / carers to establish a strong sense of culture and the learning purpose within the Academy
9. Coordinate and review parents’ evenings
10. Supervise the study room areas creating and effective learning environment
11. Liaise with the careers team, identifying and supporting target students
12. Support students in arranging work experience placements (Y12 only)
13. Oversee the UCAS application process (Y13 only)
14. Support and create opportunities for students to engage with enrichment
15. Establish and co-ordinate proactive intervention strategies for both pastoral and learning progress by liaison with Pastoral Teams and Heads of Departments
16. Conduct Quality Assurance in line with school policy
17. Improve and monitor attendance of the year group in liaison with the attendance officer
18. Be involved in the creation and establishment of Pastoral Support Plans and support the SENCo in collating information for EHC plans and JCQ access assessments.
19. Champion an ethos and culture of high standards, resilience and self-belief within the student group through positive communication and coordination of a variety of speakers and topics for assembly.
20. Attend identified activities in the evening and at weekends;
21. Administer after school homework and study clubs
22. Conduct walkabout, lunchtime and afterschool duty, late duty and bus duty as appropriate
23. Liaise with external agencies
24. Lead Acts of Worship
25. Accept reasonable changes in responsibility or teaching commitment according to experience, expertise and the needs of the Academy.
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Bluecoat Aspley Academy has approximately 1500 students, including 500 in the Sixth Form, based in the city centre. Bluecoat Academy Aspley is the largest school in the Trust and was the founder of Archway Learning Trust (previously known as Bluecoat Academies Trust).
The Academy is both distinctively Christian and inclusive with all students being part of a large, diverse and multi-ethnic family that we are very proud to be a part of. Bluecoat Aspley Academy is a School of Sanctuary, welcoming students and families from all backgrounds. Believe in yourself, in others, in God centres around everything we do by acting out the values of faith, family, hope and respect. Wellbeing for all is extremely important and the Academy strives to support all