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  • Expected start date

    1 September 2021

  • Application deadline

    23 April 2021 at 12:00 pm

  • Date listed

    2 April 2021

Job details

Job role
Early years, KS1, KS2
Working pattern
Full-time only
Contract type
L4 - L8

Job summary

Are you an outstanding leader with a passionate and ambitious drive for SEND and Inclusion?

We are looking for a strong, enthusiastic school leader who can support the Headteacher, SLT and Governors in strengthening our inclusive culture throughout the school
September is an exciting time for the school following the recruitment of a new Headteacher, due to the retirement of the current Executive Headteacher.

We are seeking to appoint a highly skilled and motivated Assistant Headteacher with the skills, experience, and passion to take the strategic lead for SEND and Inclusion at Malorees Infant & Junior School. The role will entail taking the lead DSL role to ensure safeguarding is led to the highest standard, alongside a trained team of staff.

The role will co-ordinate the school’s approach and effective implementation to raising achievement of children with SEND,EAL, disadvantaged pupils and those who are identified as needing increased challenge through intervention and support.
You will lead and support SEND provision and practice school-wide and build on our strong and inclusive practice. We take pride in the wide range of children’s needs that we cater for, building on support from a diverse range of external professionals.

The successful candidate would work in close liaison and collaboration with the school leadership team and work closely with the School Business Manager on our SEND budget, applications for additional funding and our Pupil Premium Strategy.

We are looking for a candidate who:
• has the experience of leading SEND provision at a whole school level either as SENCO, Inclusion lead or specialist teacher
• contribute to the leadership of innovative approaches to improving pupil outcomes
• to be accountable for raising the standards of teaching and learning and attainment for all
• leads the day to day implementation of the school’s SEND policy and strategy
• can lead on the graduated approach to providing SEND support and has strong
experience of working closely with parents of SEND pupils
• has knowledge and expertise in some of the following: autism, dyslexia, inclusion, social,
emotional and mental health, learning difficulties.
• is an outstanding teacher, with QTS who can inspire and motivate others.

Preferred abilities/experience
• Higher level training in a relevant area e.g. (PG NASENCO, MA, MSC, or further training in
Educational or Clinical Psychology or similar)
• Proven experience of leadership responsibilities.

As an integral part of the Senior Leadership Team you will support the school develop our vision through developing excellent teaching and learning for all, and to strengthen the implementation and impact of our core school priorities

Malorees Infant & Junior School is a forward-thinking and welcoming school. We are committed to ensuring that all staff have excellent opportunities for professional development. We are committed to giving all our children a safe, happy and inspiring environment in which they can flourish and ‘Thrive’.

Applying for the job

Please complete the Teacher application form and email to the school

Supporting documents

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School overview

School type
Local authority maintained school
Education phase
School size
196 pupils enrolled
Age range
3 to 7
Ofsted report
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Contact phone number

About Malorees Infant School

Malorees Infant and Junior School is located within an appealing, exciting
and diverse area of Brent. We cater for children with a wide breadth of needs and abilities, supported strongly by an engaging and pro-active school community. We are proud of the inclusive and stimulating learning environment that we have created. We have high expectations for every child and believe we give them the best possible education so that they can thrive not just academically but creatively, emotionally, and socially. We want to broaden children’s horizons by giving them enriching experiences at school. We strive to set them up for future success by giving them the opportunities, skills and attitudes they need to thrive in the modern world, such as: teamwork, resilience and creativity.

Above all, the feature that makes Malorees unique is its staff, as we are a friendly, supportive, and dedicated team. We are all committed to education and work conscientiously to make a positive difference to our children’s lives.

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School location

Christchurch Avenue, London, NW6 7PB

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