The Head of Extra-Curricular will oversee and manage and develop the extra-curricular provision of the College.
The post holder will be responsible for extra-curricular provision including overseeing the quality, variety and quantity of clubs, the continued development and organisation of sport across the college and the organisation of whole college events and activities. The Head of Extra-Curricular will also support staff with the planning and organisation of trips and visits.
The Head of Extra-curricular will also support the Housemasters in developing and promoting the House system.
The post holder will have a reduced teaching commitment
Specific responsibilities include:
To ensure all students take an active part in the extra-curricular life of the school
To produce the extra-curricular booklet
To actively promote extra-curricular events throughout the school and with the wider community in liaison with the college’s marketing manager
To monitor student involvement in extra-curricular activities and to develop opportunities for student participation in a range of different types of activity
To manage the programme of events and trips across the school
To oversee the organisation and provision of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme
To act as the EVC deputy and ensure that all trips and visits are in line with College policy
To plan, lead and develop sports’ provision across the college
To advise and advise SLT on all aspects of Extra-Curricular
To ensure events and activities are scheduled in the school calendar
To regularly review and monitor the provision of co-curricular activities including the start-up of new activities and advertising of existing activities
To monitor the quality and quantity of extra-curricular activities
To oversee the recording of attendance at extra-curricular events
To manage with HSMs the quality and quantity of House competitions
To oversee the awards for extra-curricular events and sporting activities
To manage key staff with responsibility for extra-curricular provision.
Whilst no specific experience is required for this role the post holder should have a strong track record of involvement in and support for a diverse range of extra-curricular and sporting activities. The post holder will be expected to work outside of ‘normal’ school hours
All teaching staff are expected to make a full contribution to the wider school life including extra-curricular activities and involvement in evening activities
This job description is not to be regarded as exclusive or exhaustive and, will be amended from time to time, in the light of the changing needs of the College.