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Hungerhill School Hungerhill
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Leadership Structure (2020-21)

For information about the roles and responsibilities of the members of our leadership team, please see below:

Mrs h redford-hernandez - CEO Brighter futures learning partnership trust 

 

 

 
 

mrs l pond - Interim Headteacher
 

Mrs L Pond - Interim Headteacher

 

Leadership, Strategic Direction and Accountability

School vision, strategy and ethos and policy framework

School Improvement and Development Plan

 

Key priorities - Raise achievement in all subjects, with a focus on Progress and Attainment 8, closing the gap between Pupil Premium funded students and non-Pupil Premium funded students; oversee the management of all operations; implement the national reforms; lead on Progress Over Time meetings; develop the quality of leadership and management across the school; develop partnerships to improve the quality of teaching, learning and assessment through our role as Teaching School and Research School, implement robust appraisal to support achievement, rationalise the curriculum to ensure that curriculum-financial planning leads to an affordable but personalised curriculum; work with the governing body to develop the strategic direction of the school and the development of a multi-academy trust.

 

Accountability

Preparation for Ofsted, Reports to Governors and school SEF - overall effectiveness, leadership and management.

 

SEF – Overview of all Areas (Completion of Self-evaluation form)

Statutory and Legal Responsibilities  - Academy Status/Trust Status

Admissions Policy - overview

Safeguarding

Equal Opportunities, Policy and Practice

Vulnerable Students, pupil premium

Looked After Children, Child Protection and Welfare

 

Finance and Personnel

Financial Strategy

Human Resources (Appointments)

Staffing and Personnel Issues

 

Governance

Governor Support and Liaison

 

Public Relations

PR, Community Views and Image, school prospectus, parent voice (HPAG)

 

Development of Partnerships

BFLPT, Training School, Research School, LA

 

Strategic Leadership

Development of leadership and management, overall standards and effectiveness, Multi-Academy Trust, Teaching/Research School

 

Line Management

All Senior Leaders

Headteacher's PA

Financial Director

Operational Director

 

Chairing of Meetings

Leadership Group

mrs s parker-browne - Deputy headteacher
 

 Mrs S Parker-Browne 

Deputy Headteacher – Strategic Lead for Achievement and Inclusion

 

Key priorities:

  • Day-to-day running of the school in the absence of the Headteacher
  • Lead on all aspects of student achievement, progress, attendance and behaviour, including safeguarding
  • Monitor and refine systems and processes which help to secure outstanding behaviour, personal development and welfare across the school.
  • Implement and organise systems to identify and address barriers to learning
  • Ensure effective safeguarding of all students
  • Monitor and oversee the effectiveness of the Inclusion Unit
  • Support the Strategic Leads for KS3/KS4 with the quality assurance of assemblies, tutor time, parent voice
  • Lead on the arrangements for internal exclusions for students in KS3/KS4
  • Oversee the quality assurance of off-site provision
  • Work with the Strategic Leads for KS3/KS4 on monitoring and tracking of attendance and punctuality for KS4
  • Work with the Strategic Leads for KS3/KS4 on the development of Positive Handling policy and procedures
  • Lead on the monitoring and tracking of Governor Inclusion Panels
  • Lead on the development of strategies to provide meaningful parental engagement and involvement, especially those of the most vulnerable students
  • Student admissions

mr p allman - assistant headteacher
 

 Mr P Allman 

Assistant Headteacher – Strategic Lead for Achievement and Inclusion KS4

Key priorities:

  • Monitor and oversee all aspects of student achievement, progress, attendance and behaviour, including safeguarding at KS4
  • Implement and organise systems to identify and address barriers to learning
  • Ensure effective safeguarding of all students
  • Lead on the development of a KS4 Student Leadership Programme
  • Work with the Deputy Headteacher to develop the effectiveness of the Inclusion Unit
  • Lead on the quality assurance of assemblies, tutor time, parent voice at KS4
  • Co-ordinate and manage arrangements for internal exclusions for KS4 students
  • Oversee and be responsible for the quality assurance of off-site provision for KS4
  • Lead on the monitoring and tracking of attendance and punctuality for KS4
  • Lead on development of Positive Handling policy and procedures
  • Co-ordinate Governor Inclusion Panels
  • Student admissions

Miss h tredgett - assistant headteacher
 

 Miss H Tredgett 

Assistant Headteacher – Strategic Lead for Curriculum, Assessment, Reporting and Data  

Key priorities:

  • Lead on all aspects of the curriculum, including the monitoring and evaluation of the curriculum model and provision. 
  • Lead on the monitoring and evaluation of curriculum maps and schemes of learning including key assessments
  • Oversight of the Personal Development Programme
  • Oversight of pupil premium progress
  • Work with Headteacher to set ambitious school targets
  • Analyse student assessment against targets to track student progress, with a focus on pupil premium, SEND and LAC
  • Ensure staff have a robust understanding of data and assessment through effective CPD
  • Quality assure strategic data for student attainment and progress
  • Oversee the school’s reporting process
  • Work with Strategic Leads for KS4 and KS3, HoDs to develop successful intervention strategies across all year groups
  • Develop, lead and manage effective strategies to improve standards of achievement
 

mr M hickin - Associate Assistant Headteacher 
 

 Mr M Hickin 

Associate Assistant Headteacher – Strategic Lead for Achievement and Inclusion KS3

  • Monitor and oversee all aspects of student achievement, progress, attendance and behaviour, including safeguarding at KS3
  • Implement and organise systems to identify and address barriers to learning
  • Ensure effective safeguarding of all students
  • Lead on the development of a KS3 Student Leadership Programme
  • Work with the Deputy Headteacher to develop the effectiveness of the Inclusion Unit
  • Lead on the quality assurance of assemblies, tutor time, parent voice at KS3
  • Co-ordinate and manage arrangements for internal exclusions for KS3 students
  • Oversee and be responsible for the quality assurance of off-site provision for KS3
  • Lead on the monitoring and tracking of attendance and punctuality for KS3
  • Lead on development of Positive Handling policy and procedures
  • Co-ordinate Governor Inclusion Panels
  • Student admissions
 

 

 

Mrs J Laidlaw - Assistant Headteacher - Strategic lead for SEN
 

Mrs J Laidlaw

Assistant Headteacher 

Strategic Lead for Special Educational Needs

  • Day to day operation of the SEND provision, particularly the identification, assessment and subsequent support offered to students 
  • Lead on the monitoring and evaluation of the effectiveness of SEND provision through an evaluative provision map management cycle 
  • Track progress and set targets for raising achievement for students with SEND 
  • Monitor teaching and learning, including planning and work scrutiny, to ensure they meet the needs of children with SEND
  • Support colleagues in relation to SEND through advice, guidance and organisation of CPD training 
  • Lead on the evaluation of the impact of inclusive teaching and support staff to improve practice 
  • Oversee appropriate access arrangements are in place in line with JCQ guidelines  
  • Oversee and monitor LAC attendance, punctuality, academic progress and Attitude to Learning 
 
 

 

Mr J Ryan - Associate Assistant Headteacher
 

 Mr J Ryan 

Strategic Lead for Teaching and Learning for the development of specified aspects of teaching and learning and CPD

  • Support middle leaders to review schemes of learning including assessments for core subjects
  • Lead on an induction programme for NQTs and new staff
  • Development and implementation of a Career Stage Expectations programme for all teachers
  • Development and implementation of school mentoring/coaching programme
  • Support the development of Teaching School/Research School
  • Lead Teacher Coach for pupil premium students – developing classroom interventions to ensure accelerated progress for PP students
 
 

 

 

MISS R Ward - Associate Assistant Headteacher 
 

Miss R Ward 

Strategic Lead for Teaching and Learning for the development of specified aspects of teaching and learning and CPD 

  • Support middle leaders to review schemes of learning including assessments for foundation subjects
  • Quality assurance of teaching and learning
  • Oversight of homework and independent learning
  • Review and develop marking, assessment and feedback across the school
  • Coordinate and manage whole school student voice
  • Oversight of the learning environment and displays
  • Support the development of Teaching School/Research School
  • Lead Teacher Coach for pupil premium students – developing classroom interventions to ensure accelerated progress for PP students
 
 

 

Mr O Davies - Director of Mathematics for BFLPT
 

Mr O Davies 

Director of Mathematics

for Brighter Futures Learning Partnership Trust.

  • Increase standards and achievement in mathematics 
  • Design and implement a new maths curriculum across Hungerhill School and Doncaster UTC 
  • Lead teaching coach for maths
  • Work in partnership with the CEO, Head Teachers and Principal of the Doncaster UTC to provide vision, leadership and direction for the academy ensuring all relevant standards of conduct are met by students and staff
  • Oversight, implementation and quality assurance of Year 7 catch up programmes (English and maths)
  • Work with partner schools in the Brighter Futures Learning Partnership Trust to develop strategically and build upon the mathematical skills and enthusiasm for the subject across the Trust