- Contribute to the development and provision of the highest quality of education at the School.
- To lead a particular subject or key stage within in a curriculum area/faculty.
- Play a leading role in cultivating a school ethos founded on success and harmony, promoting excellence and equality for all in a diverse community.
- Make sure that young people of all abilities and backgrounds fulfil their potential.
- Engage all young people in interesting and engaging learning.
- Line lead staff through a combination of challenge, accountability and support.
- Contribute to partnerships with outside organisations and agencies which positively influence the provision in the school and its reputation and 'brand' within the wider community.
- Promote a positive ethos across the school based on the school vision and the motto 'success and harmony'.
Teachers with TLR or Leadership posts at any level must demonstrate these 11 Qualities of Leadership.
- Show vision, conviction and authority and lead by example.
- Build a team through a clever combination of dynamism, sensitivity, innovating, communicating, managing, monitoring, evaluating, praising and supporting staff.
- Understand what needs to be done, do it right, and on time.
- Be very, very organised.
- Fulfil a role in whole school leadership by positively upholding our procedures and Plan
- Know your subject and keep up-to-date.
- Lead learning by demonstrating high quality work with excellent outcomes.
- Develop colleagues through encouragement, performance management and providing opportunities.
- Support young people by maintaining good discipline and helping them meet high targets.
- Work with others by building good links with KS2, other schools, FE and HE.
- Reflect critically and rigorously on their own work, and the work of others.
Specific to the Teacher in Charge of Health and Social Care
- To facilitate and encourage inspirational learning experiences in Health and Social Care (Child Development) which provide students with the opportunity to achieve their individual potential and attainment.
- To teach Health and Social Care (Child Development) in Key Stages 4 and 5.
- Where appropriate to teach other subjects within the Humanities Curriculum Area (History, Geography, Sociology).
- To make effective and creative use of ICT as a teaching tool and a learning medium.
- To highlight the contribution that a religious and spiritual education can make to the provision of SMSC and the development of British Values across the school.
- To contribute to the organization of school journeys and trips to broaden understanding and create memorable experiences.
- To create the conditions where Health and Social Care (Child Development) as a subject flourishes and grows to become a vital and successful part of the broad and balanced curriculum at the school based on excellence, equality and social justice.
If you are keen to know more please email your CV or contact Kayleigh on 02037948988