L17 - L21
This post is key to driving up quality as we strive to grow and improve. In the course of the next few months we anticipate that the Trust will grow by almost half. This vacancy has been created to support with this existing growth and to facilitate the raising of standards in this critical core subject area. The post is to oversee standards and expectations in up to four academies across the Trust.
Applying for the job
For more information about Archway Learning Trust and the vacancy, please visit www.archwaytrust.co.uk/vacancies. To apply for the role click apply which will take you to the application form for the post. We would encourage you to refer to the job description and person specification, demonstrating your suitability for the role.More on how to apply
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Academy, Church of England
1487 pupils enrolled
11 to 19
About Bluecoat Aspley Academy
1) Develop a classroom environment and teaching practice which secures effective learning and provides a professional model, clearly demonstrating effective teaching, classroom organisation, learning environment and high standards of achievement, behaviour and discipline;
2) Monitor the quality of one’s own teaching and students’ achievements including the analysis of performance data and appropriate intervention;
In addition to the requirements of a class teacher, areas of responsibility and key tasks:
1. Leadership and strategic development;
2. Leading and managing staff;
3. Supporting staff in their development needs:
4. Working with Directors of Learning / English Leads to quality assure work across the Academy;
5. Contributing to whole Academy and wider community development;
6. Undertaking professional duties and tasks as reasonably delegated by the Director of Education
7. Participating in whole Academy planning;
8. Attending senior staff and other Academy committees and meetings;
9. Liaison with appropriate agencies outside of Academy, e.g. LA advisors and inspectors, industry, business and the wider community.
Leadership of Staff
1. Develop positive working relationships with and between all staff and provide and sustain motivation;
2. Lead groups of staff in developmental activities, delegate appropriately and evaluate outcomes;
3. Contribute to the implementation of the Trust’s Appraisal policy;
4. Support staff with matters of student behaviour and discipline;
5. Contribute positively to the appointment, deployment and development of staff to make most effective use of their skills, expertise and experience and to ensure that all staff have a clear understanding of their roles and responsibilities.