An exciting Assistant Head Teacher role is available for an Ofsted rated ‘Good’ Secondary school in Enfield.
The school’s vision is to build a world class school where every student is given the opportunity and support to achieve their highest potential and where there is reliable strong performance year on year. The school community is a vibrant one, throughout which the quality of relationships are excellent.
The school is currently on its journey to reach an Outstanding Ofsted rating and ensures teaching and learning is at the heart of everything they do.
The school are now looking for an ambitious and enthusiastic Assistant Head Teacher to join them in January 2018 and support the school’s journey in becoming a world class place of learning.
Purpose of post:
To support the Head Teacher in securing the continued improvement and success of the school with responsibility for teaching and learning and personal development, behaviour and welfare.
This role will include teaching English to GCSE level
Provide the Head Teacher and Leadership team support and work with them to develop and deliver the school’s educational and strategic direction
Be a key driver for development and change as well as the main point of contact
Contribute to review all areas of the school and develop and implement improvement plans. This will include lesson observations, learning walks, data analysis and attending review meetings
Be an outstanding practitioner and role model for teaching and learning
Ensure that all students have equality of opportunity and can work to their optimum
Inspire and motivate learners, staff and all members of the learning community and its partners to set high expectations for every learner
Managing the safety and welfare of all within their area of responsibility, giving due regard to health and safety legislation
Effectively managing resources and budget within their area of responsibility to ensure best value
Maintain and develop the highest quality systems to ensure that all events, activities and day to day management run smoothly and efficiently
Develop and promote policies and procedures that ensure the school’s distinctive ethos and aims are reflected in our practice
Create and maintain an effective partnership and good communication with parents and carers to support and improve students’ achievement and personal development
Working with others to establish, sustain and enhance a culture of learning and a positive ethos in collaboration with the whole school community to ensure that every learner achieves their potential
Building, maintaining and reviewing partnerships with other professions and agencies to support the learning, pastoral and emotional needs of learners
Working with the team to systematically gather and use assessment feedback and learner’s progress data to evaluate and plan future learning
Take a lead role with other senior leaders across the school for ensuring that staff CPD needs are both identified and supported
Supporting a culture of professional learning and motivating others to take on leadership roles and engage in regular and rigorous self-evaluation, individually and collectively
Supporting the Head Teacher and Leadership team in setting, and communicating clearly, high expectations of the quality of teaching and assessment at all stages in the school
Report to the Head Teacher and governors regularly and attend governor meetings and various committees as directed
In order to be considered for this role, you will:
Be an experienced leader who is already contributing significantly to whole-school developments
Have an understanding of the National Curriculum developments and design
Have recent experience teaching English to GCSE
Have experience of whole school data analysis, reporting and target setting
Have the potential and desire to be active and influential across the whole leadership spectrum
Be passionate about high expectations and standards of achievement for all
Be passionate about teaching and learning and an excellent teacher
Be an enthusiastic team player
Be prepared to do what it takes to make the experience of school a positive and productive one
Have excellent communication skills and have the ability to build relationships within the school community as well as the wider community
Be patient and empathetic where needed
Be trusted with sensitive and confidential information
If you have experience in Pastoral, Teaching & Learning and Improving behaviour this is highly welcomed
Please apply with an up to date CV and cover note. Interviews are taking place immediately; therefore do not delay your application.
For more information and to discuss your requirements call Harvey on 020 8709 6540.
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