Learning Manager

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  • Ash Hill Academy
    Doncaster
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  • Required for January 2022
    Application Closes: 02/12/2021 12:00
    Interview Date: TBA
    Job Length: Permanent
  • Weeks of work: 39
    Days of work: 5
    Hours of work: 37
  • Post: Learning Manager
    Salary (FTE): G 20 - £25,991.00 to G 24 - £28,672.00 Salary subject to pro-rata
    Responsible to: Inclusion Co-ordinator
About Delta Academies Trust

Purpose of the job:

Ash Hill Academy are looking to appoint a Learning Manager to join our academy team in January 2022.  The successful applicant will support learning through the use of data, strategic intervention and monitoring in order to maximise student attainment.

The minimum actual pro rata’d salary per annum for this job starts at £22,160.29.

Ash Hill is a challenging yet extremely rewarding school on the move! Situated just off the M18, the school is ideally located for travel from Leeds, Sheffield, Doncaster, Goole and Scunthorpe. 

Currently, results are on a 3 year upward trend, student numbers are on a 3 year upward trend and parental buy-in is the best it has ever been! 

Staff morale is high (ask them), staff CPD is targeted to meet the academy’s needs whilst catering for teacher professional development. As part of a trust, career opportunities and the sharing of best practice is widespread – support is always at hand.

We have recently moved into our new 21st century school built to meet our growing needs; come for a visit and join us on our journey.

The academy has recently been awarded a judgement of Good in all categories with outstanding features.

Responsibilities:

Responsibilities and accountabilities

  • To be a first response for everyday student problems.
  • To monitor all students in the year group, both academically and with behavioural issues.
  • To work closely with the Inclusion Manager, Consequences Manager, Bridge Manager and the Vice Principal – Deep Support on intervention strategies, targeting students for intervention (i.e. coursework completion and other issues which may present a barrier to learning).
  • To utilise the SIMS system in order to track and intervene with serial internal truants or students who are consistently late for lessons.
  • To have emphasis on intervention and student tracking throughout the day using the academy’s reward systems.
  • To supervise breakfast, break and lunchtime for the year group.
  • To supervise students prior to formal examinations.
  • To attend PSPs when necessary.
  • To record safeguarding incidents, including the production of reports on students for multi-agency meetings.
  • To attend safeguarding conferences on behalf of the Academy and provide relevant feedback to the delegated person where necessary.
  • To attend, and where necessary chair, Children In Need and Team Around the Child meetings to provide relevant information on students, including the coordination of minutes and future meetings.
  • To undertake referrals for students and/or their families as specific needs are identified.
  • To support the Education Welfare Officer in undertaking truancy sweeps and collecting students from home to attend the Academy.
  • To undertake weekly attendance checks for the year group and contact parents/carers to clarify reasons for absence.
  • To attend and actively contribute to the RAG meeting to ensure that students of concern are identified early and appropriate intervention actioned.
  • To support the Inclusion Manager / Consequences Manager by contacting parents to inform them of exclusions and covering the Consequences Room on occasion.
  • To analyse and interpret reward data on a half termly basis to produce reward intervention booklets and present these to SLT.
  • To support a member of the SLT at all readmission meetings.
  • To respond to calls on the internal radio system for support in lessons when a member of SLT is not available.
  • To support out of academy activities including, organising the prom in Year 11/Year 13, residential trips, open/parents’ evenings and helping students with fund raising activities.
  • To follow up intervention for students who receive multiple E4s, including phone calls home, meetings with parents and carers.
  • To attend and on occasion chair, the Attendance Panel meetings.
  • To make Anti-Social Behaviour Contract referrals to the Police.
  • To ensure that trip and events packs are completed, including risk assessments, for those events/trips which you are leading on.
  • To complete the IBP and PSP process for students within the year group.
  • To co-ordinate photographs for the year group.
  • To act as a link between the academy and parents on non-departmental issues.
  • To ensure strict confidentiality in all areas of work.
  • To work and process personal and sensitive information in accordance with Data Protection Act 2018 including the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) 2018.
  • To ensure work is conducted in a way that protects the safety and security of information (e.g. strong passwords, reporting breaches, securing paper records, securely disposing of records).
  • To understand and comply with the statutory guidance regarding safeguarding of children, ensuring the safeguarding and promotion of children’s welfare at all times, reporting any concerns to the Designated Safeguarding Officer immediately.
  • To comply with the Trust and academy’s policies and procedures at all times.

 

To undertake other reasonable duties (with competence and experience) as requested, in accordance with the changing needs of the organisation.

 

Personal Contacts

External               Multi agency representatives, parents/carers and members of the public

Internal                Students, staff, parents/carers and any other visitors to the Academy

 

This job description may be subject to change, following consultation between the post holder and the Academy.

The Trust is committed to safeguarding the welfare of its students and the successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service certificate and checks of the relevant barred list / prohibition lists.

Experience and Knowledge

Key: A = Application, I = Interview And Assessment, R = Reference, C = Certificate

Essential

  • Grade C or above in both English and Maths, or equivalent (C)
  • Recognised and relevant vocational qualification (NVQ level 4) and/or equivalent practical work experience (A/I/C)
  • Willingness and ability to obtain and/or enhance qualifications and training for development in the post. (A/I)
  • Child Protection Training (A/I/C)
  • Working in a school environment (A/I)
  • Issues affecting students and young people and how to offer supportive assistance (A/I)
  • Organising and adapting to change (A/I)
  • Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written) (A/I)
  • Good organisational and personal management skills (A/I)
  • Effective behaviour management skills (A/I)
  • Able to work independently and be a team player (A/I/R)
  • Ability to respect and maintain confidentiality (A/I/R)
  • Effective time management (I/R)
  • Working knowledge of standard computer packages (word processing, email and spreadsheets) (A/I)
  • Ability to work with students and have a real interest in the issues faced by this age group (A/I)
  • Satisfactory Enhanced DBS (C)
  • Commitment to self and team development (A/I)
  • Promote equality or opportunity, participation, diversity and responsibility (A/I)
  • Commitment to abide by and promote the Trust’s Equality & Diversity Policy, Health & Safety Policies and Child Protection Policies. (A/I)

Desirable

  • Basic first aid (A/I/C)