Learning Manager (Post 16) Outwood Academy Newbold, Chesterfield
- Grade 7, SCP 15
- 37 hours, 41 weeks per year.
- Start date
- As soon as possible
Located in the attractive village of Newbold in Chesterfield, a short drive from the beauty of the Peak District in Derbyshire and the thriving city of Sheffield, Outwood Academy Newbold is a school with a clear and persuasive ethos. We believe that children never achieve their full potential if their time at school is wasted, and consequently we expect our staff to bring out the best in each and every student. Our diverse curriculum has something for everyone, with extra guidance for those requiring additional support, and we do whatever it takes to help young people develop a sense of responsibility – towards themselves, each other, their community and the wider world. We are extremely proud of the transformation our academy has started and our welcoming and supportive culture and climate will engage you immediately. If you share our worldview and want to make a real difference to the lives of young people in Chesterfield, you can join us in transforming futures.
Outwood Academy Newbold places students at the centre of everything it does, with a focus on creating a culture of success, a positive climate for learning, and increased student attainment, achievement and social and emotional development. You must possess the skills and determination to make a significant difference to the lives of our students and share our single goal of ‘Students First, raising standards and transforming lives’.
Required to start as soon as possible, we have an exciting opportunity for a Learning Manager to join our team of staff at Outwood Academy Newbold. You will be required to work with our post 16 students through the use of data, strategic intervention and monitoring in order to maximise student attainment. You will work closely with the post 16 Administrator, Carers Advisors, Inclusion Co-ordinators and the Senior Leadership Team on intervention strategies, and targeting students for intervention.
You will utilise the Academy’s systems in order to track and intervene with low attendees or students who are consistently late for lessons, post 16 and post 18 pathways and UCAS applications. Your role will have emphasis on intervention and student tracking throughout the day using the Academy’s “Praising Stars” system. You will attend case conferences and other meetings regarding students in your year alongside preparing referrals and reports for those students identified as needing intervention.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our students. All offers of employment will be subject to enhanced DBS Checks.
If you are interested or have any further questions regarding this role, we invite you to contact Tom Witts, Acting Assistant Principal. We also recommend you visit the academy where you will be very welcome.
For more information and to download application pack, please go to recruitment.outwood.com. Alternatively, you can contact Gina Skidmore, HR Assistant on 01246 230550 Ext 111. CVs will not be accepted.
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Please note that there is currently a job evaluation exercise being undertaken across the Trust. The salary advertised for this post is therefore subject to job evaluation and may change.