Complaints Policy Jul22

Greenhead College
Applications
Greenhead College application deadline is Friday 2nd December. To apply please visit the Greenhead website below. This application will be live from October 1st 2022.
Please watch the assembly below, provided by Greenhead College. This is available until 3rd October
Greenhead are hosting open days on the following dates and times:
• Saturday, 1 October 2022 9.30am – 12.30pm
• Tuesday, 18 October 2022 5.30pm – 8.30pm
• Thursday, 10 November 2022 5.30pm – 8.30pm
These need to be registered for directly on Greenhead College's website below.
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Reprographics Officer
Vacancies
Grade 5-6
32.5 hours per week, term time only
Required as soon as possible
Applications are invited for the above. Due to a successful promotion, we have a vacancy in reprographics. We seek to employ a person who is / has:-
• Basic administrative skills;
• The ability to learn new skills quickly e.g. use of a range of reprographics tools;
• Well organised and able to meet tight deadlines;
• Good communication skills;
• An interest in design and school based publications (training provided);
• Good record keeping skills (training provided);
• The ability to work at pace and manage personal workload;
• The ability to use initiative, work alone and also as part of a team;
• Basic knowledge of Safeguarding (training will be provided);
• Experience of using ICT and basic office skills.
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First Aid / Welfare Support
Vacancies
Grade 7
37.5 hours per week, term time only
Required as soon as possible
Applications are invited for the above post from caring persons who can relate well to children, staff, parents and other professional agencies. We seek to employ a person who is / has:-
• First Aid trained;
• Experience of working with children needing first aid or low level medical support;
• Experiencing of storing and administering medicines;
• Good communication skills with young people, families and professionals;
• Experience of signposting to external agencies;
• The ability to work at pace and manage personal workload;
• The ability to use initiative, work alone and also as part of a team;
• Basic knowledge of Safeguarding;
• Experience of using ICT and basic office skills.
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A fantastic trip was enjoyed by our Year 10 GCSE RS students on 18th July 2022 when they experienced the spiritual majesty of St Paul’s Cathedral and London Central Mosque. Students were allowed access to the holiest of areas of both impressive buildings via a guided tour. Students were even able to pray alongside worshippers at the Mosque at the end of the tour. In between our students had an amazing opportunity to saviour the artistic delights and wonder of the Tate Modern. We would like to thank the staff at St Pauls, the Central Mosque and the Tate Modern for the priceless opportunity afforded to our students to bring alive their GCSE RS course and to broaden their horizons. We would also like to thank the students for their impressive behaviour, respect and courtesy during the trip and the staff who supported their students on this awesome experience, Ms Raje, Mr Davies and Mr Fieldhouse.

Here’s looking forward to the next one!
Religious Studies Trip to London - 18th July 2022
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We have been celebrating the opening of our exciting new classroom - Sally Woodland - and yes, it is what it sounds like!

Huddersfield Hub covered our story, and it's available here for you all to read.

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Educational Teaching Assistant (Temp)
Vacancies
Grade 5/6 (£12,920 to £14,549)
Starting Sept 22 - 28.75hrs/wk term time only
We are seeking to appoint Educational Teaching Assistants to our large, diverse and expanding Special Educational Needs Department. We are looking for team players with a commitment to supporting and nurturing some of our more vulnerable students. A good sense of humour, kindness and flexibility are essential for this role.
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TEMPORARY TEACHER OF FOOD & CHILD DEVELOPMENT - MATERNITY COVER
Vacancies
Required for September 2022
We are seeking to appoint a temporary, full time teacher for Food and Child Development. The successful candidate must have some experience of teaching Child Development and be able to teach across the age range and ability spectrum of Food Preparation and Nutrition through to GCSE Grade 9. First and foremost, we require a teacher who can build excellent relationships with staff and students. This requires a warm personality and genuine caring interest in staff and young people. The successful candidate will work alongside the Head of Food and Nutrition to provide a first-class experience for all our students. A commitment to the extra-curricular life of the school is essential.
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Mrs Ginny Wood
Director of Finance & Resources
Key Responsibilities: Leadership & Management
Finance
Procurement
Premises
Health & Safety
Admin
Support Services
Human Resources
Policy admin
Formal staff absence management
Roles & Responsibilities:
Mrs Vicki Mason
Assistant Principal
Specialism: Science
Key Responsibilities: Quality of Education 'Implementation'
Staff developed
INSET
Joint planning time
CPD coaching
NQT/PGCE/SCITT
Induction of new staff
PM support
T&L Monitoring schedule
Examinations
Assessment
T&L research group
Homework
Staff cover (unplanned absence)

Year Group: 10
Curriculum Line Management: Business Studies/ICT, Science
Roles & Responsibilities:
Mrs Sam Johnson
Assistant Principal
Specialism: Science
Key Responsibilities: Personal Development
DSL
SMSC/British Values
Equality & diversity
Community hubs
School visitors
Transition
Work related learning
Business links/Enterprise/Careers
Awards
Public events co-ordination
Extra curricular provision

Year Group: 9
Curriculum Line Management: Performing Arts, RE, PME, Art, Photography and Textiles
Roles & Responsibilities:
Mr Craig Fenton
Assistant Principal
Specialism: Physical Education
Key Responsibilities: Behaviour & Attitudes
Management of HoYs/SSMs and meetings
Co-ordinating house activities
Attendance/PA
Behaviour Management System
Rewards
Attitude to Learning
Alternative Curriculum/SSC
Staff Duties
Uniform
Admissions
CLA
Student Voice/Student Council


Year Group: 8
Curriculum Line Management: Physical Education, Geography
Roles & Responsibilities:
Mrs Jenny Hornsby
Senior Vice Principal
Specialism: English
Key Responsibilities: Quality of Education 'Intent & Impact'
Curriculum Planning
Timetable
Options/Banding
DARR
Intervention System
Disadvantaged students
Target Setting
Year 7 Catch Up
Literacy & Numeracy
HoD Meetings
Leave of absence requests/planned cover
Approval of planning for trips & visits

Year Group: 11
Curriculum Line Management: Literacy/Numeracy Lead, Food/Child Development, SEN, English
Roles & Responsibilities:
Mr Darren Christian
Principal
Specialism: Geography
Key Responsibilities: Leadership & Management
Vision and ethos
SEF
Quality Assurance
SDP
KPIs
Performance Management and Pay Progression
External Accountability
Communication to parents
Daily routines
Exclusions/re-integrations
Staff wellbeing
Staff absence management

Year Group: 7
Curriculum Line Management: Mathematics, MFL, DT, History
Roles & Responsibilities:
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Children and young people who are unwell and have a high temperature should stay at home and avoid contact with other people. They can go back to school, college or childcare when they no longer have a high temperature, and they are well enough to attend

Adults with a positive COVID-19 test result should try to stay at home and avoid contact with other people for 5 days, which is when they are most infectious. For children and young people aged 18 and under, the advice will be 3 days
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