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Head of Digital Literacy and Computing (ICT)

  • Location: South Gloucestershire
  • Start date: 13 Jun 2019
  • Category: Secondary
  • Job reference: PE11157009
  • Branch: Bristol Secondary SEND
  • Consultant: Joseph Risk
  • Call: 0117 945 3965
Job description
Role - Head of Digital Literacy and Computing (ICT)
Location - Bristol
Start date - September 2019
Duration - Temp to perm

Protocol Education are working alongside a Secondary School in Bristol to appoint an outstanding Head of Digital Literacy and Computing, who has a track record of raising attainment, and will continue to enhance their broad and balanced curriculum. This role is suitable whether you are currently Head of Department or if you are looking for your first middle leadership role.

Must:

-will have excellent organisation and communication skills
-demonstrable commitment to inclusive, comprehensive education
-Have experience in teaching ICT across Key stages 3 - 5
-will lead the development of Digital Literacy and Computing and make a significant contribution to extracurricular opportunities that enrich the curriculum
-Have a current DBS or the willingness to undertake one
-Provide a minimum of 2 references covering 5 years

The School itself was inspected by OFSTED recently and was judges to be Good' in all areas commenting that middle leaders are a cohesive team who support and challenge each other. In addition, Ofsted commented that the students' behaviour is good and that the learning environment is positive and conducive to learning.


You will be leading and managing a team of experienced teachers who are all dedicated to equipping students with the skills and knowledge to prepare them for the next stages in their education, be it university, apprenticeship or careers. The team is driven to ensure students receive a well-rounded education and the curriculum is enhanced with extra-curricular activities. Uptake in IT related subjects at KS4 and KS5 is very strong, an indicator of the engagement in the learning instilled in students in KS3. At KS3 all students are taught Digital Literacy & Computing (DLC). Creative iMedia and Computer Science are popular subjects at the School and the successful candidate will teach both GCSE Computing and Cambridge National Creative iMedia at Key Stage 4. Experience of teaching post-16 Level 2 and Level 3 ICT courses is essential; they currently offer both Level 2 and Level 3 OCR Cambridge Technicals in IT.

If you feel this role matches your experience then please respond to the job advert and register your details at www.protocol-education.com

James Springett
Senior Consultant
Protocol Education Bristol Secondary

t: 0117 945 3965 • f: 0117 945 3970
james.springett@protocol-education.com
http://www.protocol-education.com
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