en-U Teaching and Learning Lead - L.E.A.D. Academy Trust

Teaching and Learning Lead

Closing date: 27/03/2020
Salary: £ To be negotiated on appointment L2-6

Job description:

L.E.A.D. Equate Teaching School Alliance (Part of L.E.A.D Academy Trust)

Muntjac Way, Witham St Hughs, Lincoln, LN6 9WF

Teaching and Learning Lead from September 2020 (or earlier)

Full-time

Are you passionate about Teaching and Learning? Do you want to make a difference beyond one school setting? Do you want to remain in education but try a slightly different role- one which fully supports your own professional development and career in education?

Background

L.E.A.D. Equate Teaching School Alliance is a partnership of schools and academies, working to inspire, motivate and empower every child and professional to embrace lifelong learning and positive outcomes for pupils. Our vision is for all members to contribute to and benefit from exceptional levels of continuous professional development, high impact peer support and evidence informed practice.

Role

As a result of a period of growth for L.E.A.D. Equate Teaching School Alliance, we are looking for an outstanding teacher and learning practitioner who has an interest in the sector led system. The candidate must be able to work alongside a positive and supportive Teaching School team. The role will require a practitioner who is passionate about developing teaching and learning, keen to research and deploy effective CPD, recognising the impact of a relentless focus on teacher development leading to greater improvements in student outcomes

The role will involve:

  • Responding to the school led system, researching and writing CPD to support teacher development and career pathway.

  • Leading and developing the SLE team in their role supporting schools. Coordinating the work of the SLEs and overseeing the impact of the school to school support.

  • Being committed to leading on establishing and maintaining links with schools within the teaching school alliance and beyond whilst engaging in school to school support and the development of teaching and learning. Continue to build upon already reputable and established relationships with schools and develop effective partnerships within the wider community.

  • Cultivating a passion for developing the alliance as part of a wider approach to system leadership and have a strong commitment to the school-lead system

  • Liaising with the Head of the Teaching School and Teaching School administration team.

  • Ensuring effective time management skills and work across different work streams: self-motivated, ability to meet deadlines, a willingness to travel around Lincolnshire and to work flexibly.

  • Collaborating sensitively with a range of stakeholders and partners to develop joint activities and support programmes. Where appropriate work with members of LTT when coordinating and delivering CPD to schools.

For the job description and person specification please click here

Further information and application forms are available via our website: https://leadequatetsa.co.uk/ for further information or to book a visit, please contact Amanda Griffiths (Director of L.E.A.D. Equate Teaching School Alliance) on 01522 214459 or Amanda@leadequatetsa.co.uk

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: Friday 27th March 2020 .Please send your applications to admin@equatetsa.co.uk

The L.E.A.D. Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.    

  

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