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Principal Quality and Partnership Lead - Learning and Achievement

  • Employer: London Borough of Ealing
  • Reference: LBE/21/143885
  • Published: Tue 23/02/2021, 10:11 AM
  • Closing on: Thu 25/03/2021, 10:11 AM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: 35 hours per week
  • Salary: £77,581.00 - £84,912.00 (per annum, Inclusive) Soulbury Salary Scale, Including 3 Structured Professional Assessment Points or Secondment
  • DBS Check: Enhanced
  • Location: Ealing

Ealing Learning Partnership

Principal Quality and Partnership Lead - Learning and Achievement (Lead Education Professional 3-11)

Secondment Opportunity OR Permanent

We are looking to appoint a full-time Principal Quality and Partnerships Lead - Learning and Achievement to build on the momentum and success of Ealing Learning Partnership.

Ealing Learning Partnership

Ealing Learning Partnership was developed in 2017 and launched in 2018 to drive greater school to school collaboration and collective responsibility for improvement. ELP leadership | Ealing Grid for Learning (egfl.org.uk)

The partnership’s work is driven by a strategic board comprising eight school leaders and four senior council officers.  The board is now looking to appoint a Principal Quality and Partnerships Lead - Learning and Achievement, with a focus on the primary years, to inspire schools and implement the board’s vision for improving learning and achievement for Ealing’s children.

Ealing Council has made a significant investment in the partnership and you will be working with a highly committed centralised team; with board members and with school-based providers to develop structures for school-to-school collaboration and innovation that make a real difference to pupil outcomes.

What can we offer you?

We are highly ambitious for Ealing’s children and young people.  This role offers experienced leaders a unique opportunity to serve the interests of all children and schools in the partnership and to play a leading role in addressing the impacts of the pandemic.

You will set high expectations in implementing ELP’s learning and achievement strategy:

  • Leading and developing the next phase of school improvement in the primary phase including design of collaborative learning, peer review and mobilising support through designated clusters of schools
  • Designing communicating systems to ensure that effective practice is shared for the benefit of all partnership schools
  • Supporting schools in developing consistently high quality, broad and balanced curriculum models - securing access to high quality resources, subject leadership development and strong networks
  • Strengthening links with Early Years and with secondary schools to focus activities on addressing identified gaps in learning arising through school closures during the pandemic

There will be a strong team in place to support you and strong backing from members; the ELP Board and Directors.  You will have strategic responsibility for ELP resources, a commissioning budget and school improvement grants.

The successful applicant will:

  • Be instrumental in establishing sustainable school improvement models that harness and utilise expertise, building the trust and commitment of all schools to partnership priorities
  • Build on a track record of improvement in the overall quality of our primary schools and on high levels of commitment across educational phases to collaboration and learning
  • Promote development of new ideas and new ways of working essential to the partnership’s ethos.
  • Place high value on building capacity for enquiry, creativity and innovation
  • Lead the work of the ELP Learning and Achievement Committee to set priorities; follow-through with implementing initiatives and quality-assuring commissioned programmes
  • Evaluate the success of strategies and report back to the board on impact
  • Work with our lead school improvement associates to identify any risks to the quality of education provided and ensure that appropriate support and challenge is put in place
  • Oversee the development of the central training programme for primary schools, working with a range of providers to ensure that the programme is designed around the needs of schools.

Interested?

Please submit your application setting out how your skills and experience to date support your application for this post.


Enquiries:

Julie Lewis, Director – Learning, Standards and School Partnerships

Email: jlewis@ealing.gov.uk Tel: 020 8825 6473

Ealing council is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. Ealing follows safer recruitment practices to protect children and vulnerable adults. The post holder will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.


This post is subject to Ealing’s enhanced vetting process.


Ealing Council employees will be offered a secondment. Ealing employees please ensure the secondment release form is signed by your line manager prior to applying. Please return your completed form to: hrssc-recruitment@ealing.gov.uk

Application Closing date: 25 March 2021

 

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How to Apply

Please apply online via the link provided.

 

Please note, we do not accept CV’s submitted without a fully completed online application form.

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  • Employer: London Borough of Ealing
  • Reference: LBE/21/143885
  • Published: Tue 23/02/2021, 10:11 AM
  • Closing on: Thu 25/03/2021, 10:11 AM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: 35 hours per week
  • Salary: £77,581.00 - £84,912.00 (per annum, Inclusive) Soulbury Salary Scale, Including 3 Structured Professional Assessment Points or Secondment
  • DBS Check: Enhanced
  • Location: Ealing

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