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School Standards and Effectiveness Partner (Assessment)

Employer:
Bracknell Forest Council
Salary:
£55,585 - £58,670. + £811 London Weighting
Location:
Time Square, Bracknell
Contract:
Permanent
Working Pattern:
Full Time
Hours:
37 hours.
DBS Check:
Enhanced
Closing Date:
20/05/2019 at 23:55 PM
Reference:
People/19/96998
Bracknell Forest Council

Standards and Effectiveness Partners (STEPs) to work in primary and/or secondary schools to support school improvement.

In addition to the school improvement work with schools we are looking for expertise and passion within SEN and Pupil Premium meeting the needs of our most vulnerable learners.

Required for September 2019.

Do you love a challenge and want to make a difference for children and the schools they attend? Bracknell Forest is on a school improvement journey and we want to appoint two outstanding and experienced school improvement professionals as School Effectiveness Partners to work as active members of our school improvement team.

Your work will be central to developing and sustaining improvement in our schools through:

-    influencing policy and practice through working in partnership with headteachers, governors, other professionals and agencies to support our objectives and ambitions as set out in our strategic plan for children and young people;

-       undertaking the role of designated School Effectiveness Partner with a number of Bracknell Forest primary and secondary schools;

-       contributing to a programme of professional development for school-based staff;

-       supporting the marketing and delivery of our school improvement Service Level Agreement with Bracknell Forest

To fulfill this role successfully, you will need:

-      A good understanding of how to bring about school improvement and build capacity

-      Experience of leading professionals in developing and managing change

-      Experience in the role of headship or substantive senior leadership post in a school

-      Good understanding of the Ofsted Framework

-      Secure knowledge of recent curriculum development initiatives and assessment procedures

-      Good communication skills and the ability to influence change

-     Area of expertise with any of the following would be beneficial SEN, Pupil Premium, curriculum design and assessment.

 

For an informal discussion about this interesting and rewarding role, please contact Sharon Jones, Head of Standards. 01344 354150 or email Sharon.jones@bracknell-forest.gov.uk.

Closing date: 20th May(midday)

Interview date: 22nd May

 

Equal Opportunities

Bracknell Forest Council – Working for Equality. We welcome applications from all sections of the community.

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