Scholastic Excellence Leaders - The Brunts Academy

Scholastic Excellence Leaders

Mr Charity

Year 7

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Miss Nuttall

Year 8

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Mr Paling

Year 9

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Mr Heartfield

Year 10

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Mr Caunt

Year 11

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What will they do ?

    • To raise standards of scholastic excellence for specified year group through promoting high expectations of presentation, behaviour and attendance across curriculum areas in line with academy policies.
    • Foster guidance, discipline and welfare of students in the year group in line with academy policies supporting where necessary colleagues, particularly subject leaders, to maintain high standards across the school and with stakeholders.
    • Provide leadership and direction to a team of tutors and Pastoral Manager to promote good attendance, positive behaviours and address pastoral barriers to learning to secure outcomes for the allocated year group.
    • To ensure provision of an appropriately balanced, relevant and differentiated tutorial programme for the year group in accordance with academy policies.
    • To lead on a specific area across whole Academy

Pastoral Managers

Mrs Carr-Field

Year 7

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Mr Roberts

Year 8

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Mrs Faulkner

Year 9

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Miss Moulton

Year 10

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Mr Wainwright

Year 11

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What will they do?

  • To support the Scholastic Excellence Leader in establishing high standards of achievement, in particular focusing on ensuring good levels of attendance and positive behaviour throughout the school day.
  • To assist the Scholastic Excellence Leader in providing guidance, discipline, progress and welfare of students in line with school policies and work whenever necessary with colleagues to maintain high standards across the school and with stakeholders.
  • To support and help to develop strategies that maximizes student attainment, attendance and engagement.
  • To ensure a rigorous approach towards the commitment to protect and nurture students at the Academy in keeping with agreed child protection, safeguarding, attendance and pastoral care policies.
  • Establish effective working relationships with students and families, acting as a role model, setting high expectations, creating a positive ethos and fostering productive home-school links.


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