SLE Recruitment 2019-20
Are you looking for interesting, new challenges within your professional capacity? Would you like the opportunity to develop your leadership skills further? Then it is time you became a Specialist Leader of Education (SLE).
We are pleased to announce that the Alban Teaching School Alliance are now receiving applications for new SLEs.
This year in particular we are looking for Primary, Science and Computing but welcome applications from all specialisms.
We welcome applications from the 4 key Ofsted identified areas of focus and a wide range of specific areas of expertise.
|Ofsted focus||Areas of expertise|
|Effectiveness of leadership and management||Academies; leadership of continuing professional development; school business management and financial management; leadership of curriculum|
|Outcomes for children and other learners||Art; closing the gap; drama; design and technology; early years; English; geography; history; information and communication technology; maths; modern foreign languages; music; phonics; physical education; personal, social and health education; religious education; science; special educational needs; support for the most able pupils, citizenship|
|Quality of teaching, learning and assessment||Initial teacher training; assessment|
|Personal development, behaviour and welfare||Behaviour and discipline; attendance|
To find out more why not speak with an existing SLE. Details can be found here.
Details of the application process are listed below.
|Provisional Time Line|
|Wednesday 25th September 2019||SLE briefing at Sir John Lawes 4.15pm –5.00pm|
|Wednesday 9th October 2019||Applications back to ATSA – deadline midday|
|Monday 21st October 2019||Interviews at Sir John Lawes|
|November 2019||Successful candidates announced|
|Second half Autumn Term 2019||Pre-course SLE Training|
Please click here to download the application form for your completion and endorsement by your Headteacher.
Please send all applications to email@example.com for the attention of Maria Santos-Richmond.