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Stanborough School - -3 days remaining
Closing Date 22/01/2020 23:59:00
Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom, AL8 6YR
39500 - 49700 GBP per year full time
NOR: 1124
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CURRICULUM LEADER: IT & COMPUTING

JOB DESCRIPTION 

Grade: TLR

Responsible to:  Assistant Head teacher

Responsible for:  Faculty of IT & Computing

Main responsibilities:

? To ensure that the team of staff in the faculty enables students to achieve at the highest possible level.
? To proactively plan, support and intervene to ensure the highest standards of teaching and learning and the wellbeing of staff and students.
? To be responsible for the leadership, management, performance and development of the faculty.
? To be accountable for the performance of the faculty to the Headteacher and the Governing Body of the school.

Job Context:

You will act as a senior Middle Leader in the school, based in a faculty area which should be the focal point for your team. By leading your team effectively you will engender a positive team spirit and sense of collective responsibility for the students that you teach. You will be expected to contribute to the effective operation of the school as a whole, leading by example and supporting the school ethos. As a member of the Curriculum Leaders Group you will be able to contribute to the development of school policy, practice and systems; sharing good practice and promoting new ways of working. Your work will be supported by other non-teaching staff within the school by arrangement.

How you do the job:

? To oversee the curriculum in terms of data tracking and relevant interventions and supporting staff to develop the curriculum.
? Lead and promote high expectations in student achievement, ensuring that effective strategies are in place for each student to achieve their best
? Monitor standards in teaching, learning and assessment across the faculty through simple, shared systems. Ensure the effective and innovative delivery of the National Curriculum in your faculty, promoting high levels of student motivation and participation in lessons.
? Ensure that policies are consistently in place in every classroom to promote the tracking of student progress, and proactive intervention to maximise success for all.
? Evaluate the work and effectiveness of your team in raising student achievement through regular monitoring, frequent feedback and open channels of communication to ensure a tangible impact on teaching and learning.
? Lead faculty colleagues through consultation, in the writing of a Middle Leader's Report, which is referred to, reviewed and developed as the year progresses. Contribute, through the work of your faculty, to the Whole School Improvement Plan.
? Ensure that the staff in your team are aware of whole school and faculty aims, principles, targets and inclusion strategies, and that they are developed in each classroom with the students.
? Lead, encourage and support the innovation of teaching and learning methods that promote the academic and social development of students.
? Review and report annually on the standards of attainment, leadership, teaching and learning in your faculty area with the Headteacher and your ‘leadership support' link from SLT.
? Support your team of staff, inducting new staff as necessary; inspiring and motivating them to achieve their best on behalf of the students.

? Oversee the faculty area ensuring that the environment promotes effective learning for all and is a stimulating place to work. Inform the Site Manager of any repairs or improvements necessary.
? Support, represent and communicate the views of your team in a whole school context.
? Conduct performance appraisal meetings and reviews with your team as arranged within the school ‘web' structure, supporting their personal and professional development.
? Lead the work of subjects in your faculty in the context of the Welwyn and Hatfield 14 - 19 Consortium.
? Develop and promote links in the community, with other local schools and with outside agencies and local community groups and businesses as a way of developing learning for students in a broad and exciting context.
? Manage the faculty resources and budget in accordance with school policy and in consultation with your team.
? Ensure the smooth running of the faculty on a day to day basis, including the effective deployment of staff and resources and the operation of school policies and appropriate health and safety requirements and practices.
? Proactively support and enhance all strategies to positively promote the school; through liaison with parents, outside agencies and the community; and through school events, Open Evenings and Parent Teacher Surgeries.

Knowledge, experience and training.

Curriculum Leaders should have the necessary experience and capabilities to be ‘lead practitioners' within the school.

Your professional development and training will be met within the context of your needs and those of the school, and supported by your ‘leadership support' partner from the SLT.

As a successful Curriculum Leader you will require excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to lead and manage through clear structures, effective two-way communication and the ability to inspire and motivate them to work as a team for the benefit of the students. You will be able to discuss, analyse, debate and formulate policy with other Middle leaders and with SLT. Your ‘passion for learning' and team-working skills are central to the success of the role as are your understanding of students needs and of pedagogical issues. Above all your ability to work in an ‘emotionally intelligent' way with staff and students, and to model the four principles of the school, will contribute to the wider success of the school as well as your team.

Additional information.

All staff at Stanborough have a comprehensive package of support, training and performance management, giving scope for personal and professional development.

It is a requirement of all staff that they sign the ICT Acceptable User Policy and all staff will be expected to attend Safeguarding and Prevent training.

Whilst every effort has been made to explain the main responsibilities and duties of the post, each individual task to be undertaken will not be identified. Employees will be expected to comply with any reasonable request from a manager to undertake work of a similar level that is not specified in this job description. The job description is current to the date shown but, in consultation with you, it may be changed by the Headteacher to reflect or anticipate changes in the job commensurate with the grade and job title.

January 2020


More Information: https://teaching-vacancies.service.gov.uk/jobs/curriculum-leader-it-computing