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I qualified as a MFL teacher in September 1995

I used to teach French and Italian, although I have taught PE, RE, Business Studies and other vocational qualifications too

I have been associated with All Saints’ since 2018 and as HT since September 2020

My role is extremely multi-faceted and includes all aspects of school life

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My name is Mrs Johnson and I am the Deputy Head Teacher at All Saints’. I have been part of the All Saints’ community since 2010 and I absolutely adore working here. When I first started working at the school, I was an English teacher; since then, I have been the Curriculum Leader for English and an Assistant Head Teacher for Data and Vulnerable groups. I continue to teach, generally Key Stage Four and Key Stage Five- English Literature lessons; these are often the highlights of my week. I am the senior line manager for several departments, including, English, Maths, RE, History and Geography, as well as overseeing the data and exams within the school. The most significant part of my job is focussed on the curriculum, both its design and its delivery; I am absolutely committed to ensuring that  All Saints’ pupils having an ambitious and challenging academic diet, so every child, if they wish to attend university, can access the very best institutions and tell people, with pride, that All Saints’ helped shape the people they have become. The other significant part of my job is to ensure the school has quality assurance processes in place which mean we can keep standards high and this entails organising internal levels of  scrutiny and being ready for external scrutiny through the DCI and Ofsted visits. Critically, my job is to support our Head Teacher in whatever capacity best supports the needs to the whole community and in his absence, ensure the safe and smooth running of the school.

I am deeply committed to All Saints’; it is a privilege to be a leader here because the Catholic life, staff body and, most importantly, students and their families, are a joy to serve and support.

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I joined All Saints’ Catholic Academy at the start of my teaching career in 2006, as a teacher of PE. It has been a privilege to spend my teaching career at All Saints, during my time here I can completed a variety of roles including Assistant Curriculum Leader in PE, and Head of Year, before being appointed as Assistant Head teacher responsible for Post 16 at All Saints’ Catholic Academy in 2011. It has been an honour to complete this role over a number of years and support our students in achieving their potential within the Sixth Form and progress on to a variety of destinations with the vast majority of our student’s year on year securing University places.

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My role in school is Assistant Head Teacher, responsible for Teaching and Learning. I have taught Geography at All Saints’ for 15 years and have previously held a number of roles including Advanced Skills Teacher, Assistant Head Teacher with responsibilities for both Vulnerable Groups and Behaviour and Attitudes. I am also the Designated Safeguarding Lead for the school. I take a lead on staff CPD development and the induction programme for NQT’s and those doing teacher training. I am Senior Line Manager for Science, MFL, PE, Art and Literacy and I also co-ordinate the work of the Lead Practitioners within school.

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I started at All Saints’ in 2003 as a Newly Qualified Teacher and I have been here ever since! The University of Nottingham, where I trained to be a teacher, said that teachers should move schools every few years but with such great staff and students, I knew I wanted to stay.I have had many roles during my time at All Saints’ including French and German teacher, Head of Year 7, Curriculum Leader for Modern Foreign Languages, being in charge of Teaching and Learning and now my role is Assistant Head Teacher in charge of Behaviour and Attitudes. This involves monitoring student behaviour, attendance and rewards.

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I have been working in education since the age of 27, when I qualified as a secondary PE teacher, working within Nottingham City and Chesterfield schools. I moved to All Saints’ in 2010 as Assistant and then Curriculum Leader for Physical Education. My role as Assistant Head teacher for Personal Development entails the support of students social, spiritual, moral and cultural growth. The RSE and PSCHE provision, enrichment programme, Pupil Premium spending plan and Mental Health and Wellbeing, of both students and staff, falls under my remit.