Senior Leadership Team

 

Miss Williams - Headteacher

Role: Headteacher
Start date: June 2016
Responsibilities:

To provide professional vision and leadership for the school which secures its success and improvement, ensuring high quality education for all its pupils and improved standards of learning and achievement. The professional duties of the head teacher are contained in the School Teacher’s Pay and Conditions Document and the key areas of Headship are contained in the DfE National Standards for Headteachers.

Ms Congreve - Deputy Headteacher

Role: Deputy Headteacher
Start date: January 2017
Responsibilities: Teaching & Learning, CPD, Appraisals, Professional Tutor, Middle Leaders Programme.

Mr Holland - Deputy Headteacher

Role: Deputy Headteacher
Start date: September 2012
Responsibilities: Progress Data, Exams, Curriculum, Timetable, college links, careers.

Mr Hollingworth - Business Manager

Role: Business Manager
Start date: April 1998
Responsibilities: Finance, Premises, IT, H&S, Catering, HR, Sports Centre, Administration.

Ms Abingdon - Assistant Headteacher

Role: Assistant Headteacher
Start date:  September 2007
Responsibilities: Prefects, Numeracy, School Council, House, SMSC, Assemblies, Mentor time.

Ms Barton - Assistant Headteacher

Role: Assistant Headteacher
Start date: September 2007
Responsibilities: Attendance, Transition, Admissions, Child Protection Lead, Parent and Community Links.

Ms Bradley - Assistant Headteacher

Role: Assistant Headteacher
Start date: September 2014
Responsibilities: Enrichment, Literacy, High Achieving Strategy, Pupil Premium/Disadvantaged Students.

Mr Kelly - Assistant Headteacher

Role: Assistant Headteacher
Start date: September 2014
Responsibilities: Behaviour for Learning, Alternative Provision, Work Experience, Uniform, Rewards, Progress of Boys.

 

Staffing Structure

Alongside the Senior Leadership Team, Heads of Faculties and Year Heads oversee the general day to day running of the school. More about the staffing structure can be found here.

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