new Principal will lead a school that was graded as Good by Ofsted in 2019.
They will also be working with an experienced Senior Leadership Team to lead a
committed team of teaching and support staff who are striving to raise
standards and transform the life chances of all the students. You will lead a relentless focus on the quality of teaching and
learning and ensure every lesson delivers the highest standard of education.
This will ultimately inspire the students to develop a passion for knowledge
and a love of learning and give them access to the cultural experiences
and opportunities that they deserve.
Academy City (OAC) is an incredible 11-16 school at the heart of its diverse and vibrant community in Sheffield. The school
opened in 2011 with state-of-the-art facilities and joined Outwood Grange
Academies Trust (OGAT) in 2014. The school has undergone a huge transformation
since then for its 1000 students. The Trust are now seeking a new Principal with the vision, personality, and
strategic thinking to lead one of the most highly regarded schools in the area.
You may be seeking your first headship or be an
experienced Principal/Headteacher looking for a new challenge, but regardless
you must have the determination
and ambition to make the academy your own and to lead it to an even brighter
Outwood Academy City (OAC) was
one of the first schools to be a part of OGAT. The Trust embraces the opportunity to ensure that all children, irrespective of
their starting point, receive an excellent education. It relishes the
opportunity to be part of the much-needed regeneration of the areas it works in.
It is one of the largest MAT’s in the country and with that OAC can draw on a
range of expertise. The Trust also works across geographical sub-regions with
OAC part of the southern region which comprises of 10 secondary schools. The
Principals from the schools work closely together, sharing best practice and
supporting one another to ensure continuous and never ending improvement for
the 10,500 students in the region. You will be empowered to lead OAC and your
professional development will be a priority for the Trust with significant
opportunities to engage in Trust wide and cross-phase projects.
an exciting time for the school and the new Principal. If you have a proven track
record of school improvement as a senior leader in a secondary setting this
a fantastic opportunity to lead the future success of OAC. The successful candidate must be motivated to ensure that the school’s
mission, vision and values are realised and delivered consistently and
effectively. They will ensure that the needs of the young people are met
through high quality teaching and support that maximises all pupils’ potential
and enables them to become enthusiastic and independent learners.
you will share the school and Trust’s commitment to putting Students First,
raising standards and transforming lives.
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