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14-19 Phase Leader

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Organisation:Oak Field School 

Working Hours: Full Time , Hours per week - 32.5 

Salary:MPR/UPR + 1 SEN Point + TLR2 approx £4,491pa 

Appointment Type:Permanent 

Location:Oak Field School, Wigman Road, Nottingham, Notts, NG8 3HW 

Reference:OFS0037 

Closing date:16 May 2019 at midnight 


Oak Field School is seeking to appoint a 14-19 Phase Leader with responsibility for English across the school. Oak Field is a Special School for 168 pupils aged 3 – 19 with a wide range of learning difficulties (SLD, PMLD, ASD and CLDD) and/or physical disabilities, including complex health needs, sensory needs, and some challenging behaviours linked to disability. This is a permanent, full-time post, to start in Autumn Term 2019.
 
We are an extremely active, lively and welcoming school, committed to giving all our children and young people the best possible opportunity to engage in learning, achieve, make progress, and maximise their communication, choice-making and independence skills. We have high expectations of the children, young people and ourselves, and we appreciate and celebrate our achievements fully. With the school deemed Outstanding by Ofsted in the last 3 inspections (most recently in February 2018), we are determined that the school’s reputation is carried forward and enhanced. The school is organised in 3 Phases (EYFS/KS1, 7-14, and 14-19), has particular strengths in the Arts, Sport, PSHE and WREL, and a particular commitment to extra-curricular enrichment, including residential visits.
 
We are seeking a 14-19 Phase Leader who is dynamic, caring and passionate about making a difference to the educational and wider lives of the children and young people of Nottingham.
 
The successful candidate will find:
  • pupils who are keen to come to school to engage in learning
  • a dedicated, talented and committed staff team
  • a modern, bright, well-resourced and well cared-for school environment, with plenty of outdoor spaces where learning can take place outside the classroom
  • a supportive Headteacher and Governing Body with a wide range of experience, who work in close partnership with the whole school community
  • opportunities to further develop leadership and professional skills
 
The school is looking for a 14-19 Phase Leader who:
  • will be an outstanding leader with proven experience of raising aspirations, expectations and attainment, especially for pupils aged 14-19
  • is committed to developing personalised learning, curriculum and assessment for children and young people with SLD/PMLD/ASD/CLDD, using a wide range of teaching strategies, resources and assessment tools.
  • is committed to developing subject leadership in English across the school
  • is able to demonstrate an excellent understanding of how children and young people learn and develop, and of the pastoral role in this context.
  • is highly motivated, hard-working, flexible and resilient, and committed to developing their own and others’ CPD
  • is proactive, creative, enthusiastic, innovative and collaborative in their approach
  • is able to demonstrate excellent initiative and organisational skills
  • is a strategic thinker and outstanding practitioner with a clear focus on continuous improvement
  • is committed to partnership working, both within school and with outside agencies.
  • is passionate about their role in improving the outcomes and life chances for children and young people with disabilities, including beyond school
 
The 14-19 Phase Leader will work in close partnership with the appropriate Deputy Head with overall responsibility for the Phase, and with the 7-14 Phase Leader, who has responsibility for developing Maths, Science and Computing across the school. It is expected that s/he will have an 80-90% teaching timetable.
 
A commitment to Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people is essential, and the successful applicant will be required to have an enhanced DBS check carried out prior to commencing employment.
 
Since Oak Field is a unique specialised educational setting within the city of Nottingham, we strongly advise that before you apply for this post you arrange to visit the school on:
 
Wednesday 8th May at 9.30am or 1.30pm or
Friday 10th May at 1.30pm or
Monday 13th May at 9.30am or 1.30pm
 
Please telephone Alison Kane (Office Manager) on 0115 915 3265 to book your visit.
 
If you are unable to make one of these visits, we strongly suggest you book an informal conversation about this post with Patricia Lewis (Deputy Head) before you apply; there might also be some flexibility about a visit during school hours at an alternative time.
 
Applications close on: Thursday 16th May 2019 at noon
 
Provisional interview date: Week beginning Monday 20 May 2019.
 
Application process
  1. Application Form
  2. Letter of application (2-3 sides of A4)
  3. Bullet-pointed evidence against each of the criteria in the Person Specification, focussing especially on the last 3 years of career to date.
 
To apply for this post, please visit the eteach website here
 
This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check for a regulated activity.

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