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Deputy Head Teacher
- Job Title:Deputy Head Teacher
- L7 – L12.
- Contract length:
- Permanent Full Time - 0.5 of a week teaching
- Closing Date:
- Friday 20th April
- Beeston Fields Primary School
- Head teacher:
- Mrs Claire Lindsay
- About the School and what they are looking for:
- Are you looking for a new and exciting challenge? Do you want to be part of an incredible journey? Are you the final piece of our jigsaw to deliver the school our children all deserve? I love our school as we are very welcoming to everyone. We are a very diverse school which is great! We have lots of visitors and trips and our teachers are the best and help us with our learning. They are supportive and funny. Year 6 Pupil Beeston Fields is a forward thinking school who are proud to part of the Flying High Partnership. We have a sensational opportunity for a dynamic Deputy Head teacher to lead our continuous journey for improvement as part of our fantastic team. Beeston Fields has been on a significant improvement journey. Through the support of the trust, and a clear vision for our children the school now has in place strong foundations to deliver on our ambition to create the ‘best school in the universe’. The successful candidate will form part of our an incredible, driven and ambitious team, who are determined to deliver the best possible opportunities for our children. My daughter is very happy and enjoys coming to Beeston Fields School. She’s coming on brilliantly and a lot of this has been down to teachers who have always made her feel included. That feeling of contentment when your child is at school and hasn’t any problems is priceless. Parent As Deputy Head Teacher you will have particular responsibility for leading and managing ‘Curriculum and Standards’ across school. You will also take on the role of Pupil Premium Champion, devising and implementing our Pupil Premium Strategy. You will be joining our Year 6 teachers every morning providing focused support to small groups of children to ensure that they are confident and ready for the next stage of their education. What we can offer: • A wonderfully diverse school where the children are eager to learn, determined to be the best school in the Universe • A passionate, positive and motivated team of professionals who put children at the heart of every decision • Dedicated leadership time and PPA (0.5 per week) • A strong network of schools who support each other and share best practice. • A commitment to quality CPD as part of the Flying High Trust, including access to the National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership. • Significant support through both the Head teacher and the trust, ensuring that you will succeed in this role. • The chance to progress in your career as a system leader or even on to Headship. • The opportunity to play a key role in our journey of rapid improvement We are looking for someone who: • Is a successful school leader who is eager to take on the next challenge in their career • Promotes high standards of teaching and learning through excellent classroom practice • Has a passion to ensure that all children reach their full potential • Has the ability to inspire, lead and motive all members of the school community to achieve the highest standards • Has the ability to contribute to the development of a clear strategy and vision for the continuous improvement of our school • Has excellent communication, interpersonal and organisational skills and is a true team player • Will play an active part in the wider life of our school • Has a sense of humour! There is such a positive atmosphere around school with strong backing from leadership and support staff. Children love being in school, this is evident in the pride they show consistently in and around school. CPD is encouraged and supported for all staff – this ensures that everyone gets the chance to develop or learn something new. Member of staff .
- Further information:
- Job Title:
- Office Administrator .
- Grade 2, Point 11 FTE £15807 This role is term time only, equated pay will be £10,050 .
- Contract length:
- Permanent Term Time only.
- Closing Date:
- By midday on Friday 20th April 2018 Interviews: Will be held week commencing 30th April 2018 .
- Ernehale Junior School.
- Head teacher:
- Anne Batley.
- About the Role:
- Ernehale Junior School is looking to appoint a friendly and enthusiastic person to work in the school office. We are looking for someone who can use their own initiative, is flexible, well organised and has good communication and ICT skills. If you are cheerful, welcoming and enjoy working in a close team then we would like to hear from you. Key Responsibilities may include 1. To perform varied clerical tasks including making and receiving telephone calls, greeting parents and visitors, sending letters, managing diaries, preparing documents for Local Governing Body, newsletter creation, all having due regard to confidentiality and safeguarding 2. To maintain electronic and manual records including student and staff records 3. To undertake document and report preparation, storage, format, retrieval, amendment and transmission using IT skills and a range of technology to support information processing and communication 4. Manage and respond to emails sent to the school office 5. To prepare and process orders using the finance system, resolving any routine issues that arise. Ensure items procured are received in good order, that invoices are checked and processed prior to being passed for authorisation 6. To undertake cash collection duties including the recording of all monies received and balanced, resolving any routine anomalies 7. Maintain the school diary and book supply cover as required 8. Process admissions applications and completion of paperwork 9. To collect and process attendance data and support the school attendance policy 10. To support the maintenance of inventories and returns to comply with statutory requirements 11. To support the organisation of events, trips and excursions including booking venues, arranging transport, issuing invitations, compiling paperwork and reviewing financial matters 12. To support the coordination of school clubs and music tuition, including issuing invitations and processing payments 13. Overseeing the administration of school lunches and the dinner money system, including following up on outstanding monies 14. Responding to first aid needs from pupils and complete appropriate documentation 15. To promote and safeguard the welfare of children and young persons for whom you are responsible and with whom you come into contact with during the course of your duties and responsibilities. Your conduct must at all times be in accordance with the school’s policies and procedures 16. To report any causes for concern relating to the welfare and safety of children to the designated person, and the head teacher, or if unavailable the designated safeguarding governor or a member of the senior leadership team 17. To attend safeguarding training as required by the school and maintain your knowledge and understanding of your responsibility for safeguarding children in this school .
- Person specification:
- Person Specification – Office Administrator Essential Desirable Knowledge/Qualifications Equivalent of 5 GCSE subjects at grade C or above, including English and Maths x Computer literate – Word & Excel in particular and ability to learn new software programs x Experience of Scholar Pack & Financial management systems in schools x Emergency First Aid x Willingness to participate in further training and developmental opportunities offered by the school to further knowledge x Experience/Skills Clerical experience in office environment x Office experience in a schools x Handling and processing cash, cheques, invoices or equivalent x Personal Attributes Self-motivated, able to use own initiative and prioritise and manage own workload x Reliable and punctual x Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines x Good communication skills: verbal/written x Ability to maintain efficient record keeping systems x Good numeracy skills and cash handling ability x Accountability Ability to work in a discreet and sensitive manner (Confidentiality) x Ability to maintain records and manage information x Effective Relationships and Networks Ability to relate effectively with and gain the respect of staff, parents, governors and children x Ability to develop appropriate links with parents and the wider community (Including external agencies) x Ability to work effectively with the Governing Body x Ability to work together with our Trust schools and develop best practice x .
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