Head of Year
Sale High School is looking to appoint an suitably experienced person to lead pastoral care for a specific year group.
This is a permanent role and required September 2022
The post involves providing high quality pastoral care to all students in the year group, ensuring children at risk of exclusion have high quality interventions to support behavioural change, also ensuring high attendance of the year group.
- Work with the attendance team and wider pastoral team.
- Respond promptly to issues of truancy and lateness.
- Promote good behaviour of students through the schools ethos.
- To be on call and respond to classroom incidents.
- To meet with parents regarding behaviour and attendance concerns
- To provide other duties as may be reasonably required within the general scope of the role.
Applicants must have suitable qualifications and experience in the role, and will:
Experience in a similar role;
Be fully committed to supporting the attainment and achievement of students;
Be fully committed to supporting teaching and learning;
Be prepared to undertake appropriate CPD;
Be flexible and enthusiastic.
Full details can be found in the job description and person specification.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, therefore the successful candidate will be required to undertake a criminal records check via the DBS (Disclosure and Barring service).
About Sale High School
Sale High School is a rapidly improving 11-16 mixed gender High School graded as a ‘Good school with Outstanding features’ (June 2015).
Following this glowing Ofsted report, the students of Sale High School built upon this success and achieved outstanding results in 2016, breaking records yet again.
Our students surpassed the 60% boundary for at least 5 A*-C Grades including English and Mathematics and we saw records broken for a full range of subjects in both attainment and student progress. Our progress 8 data is very strong and suggests students at our school achieve a third of a grade above national expectations across the curriculum.
The success of the English Baccalaureate route saw 33% of students achieving this full suite of qualifications which is well above the last published National Average of 24%.
100% of students achieved A* - C in Chemistry, Physics and Biology, 88% in Art, 84% in Drama, 80% in English Language and 80% in Music. Over 85% achieved this benchmark in RE, 73% in History, 76% in Food Technology, 79% in English Literature and 72% in Spanish.
We are proud of our inclusive ethos and that students, whatever their background are achieving so much better than the National Average. Our pupil premium gap is 6% compared to the last published national gap of 27% and is one of the best in Trafford. This means we are serving all our students well.