Raising Achievement – Data and Assessment
L12 – L16
Salary £52,415 - £57,935
Required from January 2020
"This is a good school. Pupils are achieving well. Pupils are polite, friendly, wear their uniforms smartly and behave extremely well around school; strong teaching in maths and English." Ofsted June 2016
At Sir John Thursby Community College, we are passionate about our young people and believe that all our students should be known, valued and loved. We are a successful, confident and ambitious school, and we are looking to appoint an Assistant Headteacher (Data and Assessment).
We offer an exciting, dynamic and supportive environment in which to work and are looking for a candidate who can build on the strong foundations that are currently in place to make a positive difference to the lives of our students. The successful candidate will lead on developing assessment practice across the school and strategies to raise achievement for identified student groups.
We are an oversubscribed 11-16 secondary school and we are fortunate to work in a state of the art building with excellent facilities.
We are looking for a driven and passionate leader with the inspiration, motivation, vision and expertise to:
• Develop, communicate and deliver the strategic vision for the school
• Ensure that achievement rises across all subjects due to quality assured data and assessment practices informing intervention strategies
• Provide dynamic and professional leadership and management of the school
• Manage staff and resources effectively
The successful candidate will fully embrace our ethos of ‘Belong, Believe Achieve’ whilst bringing fresh ideas that will build on current strengths and achievements.
Further details and application form are available from the college website or Irene Hayhurst (on behalf of the Headteacher) as detailed below.
For an application pack please:
• download from the college website: www.sirjohnthursby.lancs.sch.uk
• or telephone 01282 682313
• or email email@example.com
Send your completed Application form to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 9am Tuesday 1st October 2019
Selection process dates: Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th October 2019
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects staff and volunteers to share this commitment. You will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS disclosure and a range of other recruitment checks.