New staffing structure to improve efficiency at a Sleaford academy
A SLEAFORD academy has begun a consultation which could lead to changes to its current staffing structure.
Kesteven and Sleaford High School Selective Academy is proposing an adjusted staffing structure which includes some new opportunities for staff whilst improving effectiveness, particularly across the support functions of the school.
The academy says its decision to look at the structure is partially due to the anticipated changes that will impact on the funding of all schools over the next few years.
KSHSSA says it is also due to the school's desire to build capacity for better focused support of teaching and learning and to ensure the school is ready to be in the best possible position for the future.
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Headteacher Craig Booker said: "Whilst the national financial situation is still at the top of the news agenda, schools, like every other organisation, need to become as efficient as possible in their use of public funding.
"We realise that any period of change can be personally difficult for some staff but we also know that we must make clear and well informed decisions to ensure the school remains successful.
"The governors want to ensure that the school's committed and hard working staff are recognised fairly for their contribution to the outstanding results and fantastic experiences students gain here.
"We will have a staff structure fit for the delivery of the curriculum in 2013 onwards and we know that will mean we can continue to provide students at the school with the best possible education."
KSHSSA say the current consultation may lead to a small number of staff changes but says it believes this will have a minimal impact on the day to day classroom experience of students and will strengthen the school's ability to help students continue to achieve outstanding results.