The Headmistress is responsible for overall governance, leadership and direction of the school. She is also expected to oversee the development, organization and implementation of the curriculum across designated domain; ensure that the learning and teaching provided by different teaching teams form a coordinated, coherent curriculum entitlement for individual students.
The Headmistress will be held responsible for the areas outlined below:
A) ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE
· The reporting of maintenance needs in her section of the school plan to the Principal and ensure that her section of the School buildings, its furniture and fixtures, office equipment, playgrounds, school garden and other properties are properly and carefully maintained.
· Monitor staff attendance on a monthly basis.
· To be responsible for all employees in her section of the school in accordance with the rules laid down by the Governing Body.
· At the time of handing over charge, the headmistress shall prepare detailed “handing over notes” and a report aimed at a complete orientation to the incumbent.
B) EDUCATION PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION
C) HUMAN RELATIONS DEVELOPMENT
· Help and guide teachers to promote their professional growth, and towards this end actively encourage their participation in courses designed for in-service training and development. This should be done in consultation with the Principal and the Governing Body.
· Work together with the Head Office Team and Governing Body in promoting team spirit and staff morale through programmes and systems for clearly determined two-way line of communication.
· Communicate and reinforce school values, beliefs and objectives frequently to staff, students and parents.
· Encourage opportunities for communication between and among staff, students and parents through regular meetings.
· Be responsible for her own professional and personal development by availing of relevant resource opportunities which will expose her to the new trends in education, school management, communication and personal skill development.
· Motivate, guide and supervise the work of the teaching staff of the school.
D) POLICY / PLANNING
· In consultation with the Principal/Academic Head and Governing Body, develop and document an Annual School Improvement Plan for his/her section of the school which must reflect the overall school vision and mission and ensure staff participation in and ownership of the plan.
· In consultation with the Governing Body, network with school management from other organisations and NGOs working for social concerns.
TEDDS, a PCP certified not-for-profit organization is engaged in promoting quality education at low cost / free for deserving students through its expanding chain of “ The Trust Schools” at Lahore. TEDDS is a non-commercial welfare Trust formed in 1993 and duly registered under Trust Act 1882 vid ...
TEDDS, a PCP certified not-for-profit organization is engaged in promoting quality education at low cost / free for deserving students through its expanding chain of “ The Trust Schools” at Lahore. TEDDS is a non-commercial welfare Trust formed in 1993 and duly registered under Trust Act 1882 vid ...Read More