As Vice Principal: Pupil Progress, Curriculum and Standards you’ll bring a keen eye and a fresh perspective to how we collect, report and interpret data to inform improvement and assess performance. You’ll work with colleagues across the full age range, sharing your expertise and building our overall capacity to use performance data to its full potential, and ensuring a consistent approach throughout the school. We’re open to new ideas and approaches, so there is a real opportunity for you to bring your personal influence to bear on this aspect of the school’s work. Confidence and professional credibility will be key in influencing and advising others, particularly when working outside of your own subject or age range specialism.
There is a distinct clarity within the school regarding how we want to improve standards and progress, and your role will be key to this – building expertise in colleagues and confidence in parents. You’ll be part of a recently restructured senior leadership team (with the Principal and two other Vice Principals), and you can expect to play a varied role across the school’s activities, including leading on timetabling. Whether your own background is in primary or secondary, it’s important that you bring a good understanding of curriculum development and key performance measures across all stages and a track record of successfully raising standards and improving outcomes for pupils.