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Barking Abbey School, A Specialist Sports and Humanities College - -2 days remaining
Closing Date 30/03/2020 23:59:00
Barking, Greater London, England, IG11 9AG
76618 - 83699 GBP per year full time
NOR: 2132
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The core purpose of the Head of Campus/Deputy Headteacher role is to assist the Headteacher in leading the school to achieve its strategic plans and implement the vision. They are responsible for the health and safety of all stakeholders whilst in the school's care and ensuring that the conditions are in place to ensure every student is supported to achieve to their full potential.
This job description is not a comprehensive definition of the post. It will be reviewed on a regular basis
particularly as the school continues to evolve into its dual campus model and may be subject to modification or amendment at any time. Each Head of Campus Deputy Headteacher may be rotated across campuses
depending on the schools needs and priorities.
Core Responsibilities
• Manage one of the school's campuses on a daily basis (specific campus allocation for September will be agreed following interview process).
• Work closely with other SLT colleagues to ensure there is parity across both campuses.
• Operate as the Designated Safeguarding Lead for one campus.
• Support and assist the Headteacher in her absence.
• Be responsible for implementing health and safety policies.
• Role model the school vision and values on a daily basis.
• Work with staff, Governors and students to create and maintain the ethos, vision and aims of the school.
• Report to Governors as required.
• Provide clear strategic direction for the school that achieves the highest educational provision.
• Ensure that the school benefits from a rigorous self evaluation process that significantly contributes to raising standards.
• Be an outstanding teacher.
• Role model and coach others into effective models of leadership.
• Play a lead role in the development of other staff.
• Have high expectations and lead by example.
• Maintain a secure, caring, welcoming, happy, stimulating and challenging learning environment.
• Keep under review the work and organisation of the school and monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of it, challenging leadership at all levels when required.
• Ensure key policies are up to date, relevant and compliant to ensure they are live working documents.
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• Effectively line manage other SLT colleagues, middle leaders and core staff ensuring they all work effectively to achieve the school's aims.
• Ensure guidance and support it provided to students, staff and parents.
• Ensure that appropriate educational initiatives are incorporated effectively across the campus and whole school to continually drive whole school improvement and parity.
• Ensure that staff work within the school's policies and lead on personnel issues where directed by the Headteacher.
• To lead the School's current Inclusion and Pastoral strategic development.
• To facilitate, design and deliver integrated services across the curriculum and inclusion spectrum, to meet the needs of students, especially those with SEND.
• To lead on the implementation and monitoring of the school's Behaviour for Learning and Exclusion policies.
• To co-ordinate links and developmental planning with external partners as appropriate.
• To line manage the Assistant Head teachers for Behaviour and Student Welfare.
• To line manage at least one subject department.
• To line manage the SENCO and Deputy DSL.
• Perform supervisory duties around the school.
All SLT members will be expected to comply with any reasonable request from the Headteacher or Governors to undertake work that is not specified within this job description.


More Information: https://teaching-vacancies.service.gov.uk/jobs/head-of-campus-deputy-headteacher