Head of Health & Social Care
The Frances Bardsley Academy for Girls
- MPR + TLR2C – Salary negotiable for an exceptional candidate.
- Job type:
- Full Time, Permanent
- Start date:
- September 2018
- Apply by:
- 5 February 2018
We seek to appoint a well qualified, experienced and outstanding classroom practitioner who has the vision and determination to lead this key area forward including an exciting new Btec course for KS4 (Year 9-11) and KS5. The successful candidate needs to be:
• Enthusiastic and passionate about Health & Social Care
• Committed to raising standards across KS4 and KS5
• Able to deliver high quality innovative and exciting lessons
• Able to plan effectively for high quality teaching, learning and assessment
• Able to motivate and inspire both students and teachers
• Able to support staff in other settings locally.
• Well organised and efficient
In return the Academy offers:
•Students who are enthusiastic and keen to progress
• Opportunities for professional development.
The Frances Bardsley Academy is a thriving, oversubscribed and highly successful, comprehensive school for girls aged 11 – 18, with a specialism in the Visual Arts. It is situated in beautiful grounds in the market town of Romford and was judged Good by Ofsted in January 2016. We are part of the LIFE Education Trust
Further details and an application form are available from the school or can be found on the school’s website. Please submit a copy of the school’s application form, together with a letter of application and supporting paperwork, to Julian Dutnall, Headteacher by 9am Monday 5th February. Interviews will be held during that week.
The Frances Bardsley Academy is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the DBS.
About The Frances Bardsley Academy for Girls
- The Frances Bardsley Academy for Girls
- Brentwood Road, Romford
- RM1 2RR
- United Kingdom
The Frances Bardsley Academy for Girls is a non-denominational academy secondary school and sixth form for girls aged between 11 and 18. It is located in Romford in the borough of Havering, London. The number of pupils is approximately 1,300.
The school was established in 1906 by Frances Bardsley with the aim of providing free education to the local girls. Formerly across two different sites until 2003, it became The Frances Bardsley School for Girls in 1972 and converted to academy status in 2012.
Joint Heads of School
David Turrell & Emilie Darabasz
Values and vision
The Frances Bardsley Academy exists to empower young women with the knowledge and personal characteristics needed to live successful and fulfilling lives. We believe:
KNOWLEDGEABLE: We acquire knowledge so we can confidently move onto further and higher education, join the world of work, make sense of the world and live successful and fulfilling lives.
RESILIENT: We learn to be optimistic and will not give up when things are challenging. We learn a range of strategies to manage difficult situations so that we can cope when things are tough.
ARTICULATE: We develop the skills to communicate effectively with a wide range of audiences in whatever situation we find ourselves.
CREATIVE: We learn to think and act creatively so that we can solve problems and express ourselves. We explore sports and arts and engage in a wide range of imaginative and innovative activities so we find the things we love to do and ways we can contribute to society.
EMPATHETIC: We know how to relate well and show compassion towards others. We are learning how our actions and words can positively impact the lives of others and how we grow from listening and understanding them.
REFLECTIVE: We recognise that thinking is important and that thoughtfulness enables us to make considered judgements. We spend time weighing things up so that we better know ourselves and can make better decisions.
STUDIOUS: We are self-motivated and work hard in the pursuit of excellence and our personal goals. We are proud of spending time and energy to find out more.
“The academy is orderly and calm. Pupils say that there is very little or no bullying and that they feel safe at the academy. Pupils behave well in lessons and around the academy site. They are polite and welcoming to visitors. Pupils treat the academy environment with respect.”
“The quality of teaching and assessment continues to be good because teachers plan interesting lessons. Teachers generally give clear feedback on pupils’ work which helps pupils to improve. Pupils know their targets and the work in their books shows that they make good progress.”
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