Assistant Headteacher (Primary)
This job expired on 19 September 2022
19 September 2022 at 4pm
22 July 2022
- Early years, Key stage 1, Key stage 2
Full-time equivalent salary
- Leadership Scale 5 to 9 (£45,566 to £51,402)
Assistant Headteacher (Primary) job summary
The person appointed will be an experienced middle leader within an existing Primary School and able to act as a key leader developing the Reading curriculum across the Primary Section and into Key Stage 3, working with leaders to drive the improvement of standards in English across the school. A good working knowledge of the Little Wandle Phonics and Destination Reader programmes is desirable. The successful candidate will work with a dedicated, and growing, team of Senior and Middle Leaders to support the development of our (relatively) new provision.
Not only is our Primary Section very popular and heavily oversubscribed with parents, but also with staff. You would be joining a very high calibre team and therefore, successful experience of working in a school which has been graded as ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ is essential as is a demonstrable track record of improving outcomes at KS1 and/or KS2.
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About Mayfield School
- School type
- Local authority maintained school, ages 4 to 16
- Education phase
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- School size
- 1460 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 4 to 16
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- Phone number
- 02392 693432
In September 2014, we welcomed the first intake into our primary section and became one of the most oversubscribed schools in the city, with 60 pupils joining us, many of whom were in our pre-school. Each year the school will continue to admit 60 pupils into Year R (plus 30 into Year 3) until the primary section fills by 2020 and the school reaches its maximum capacity of 1540 pupils across all phases.
In November 2021, Mayfield was inspected by OfSTED and remained a ‘good’ school. In particular, inspectors noted:
“Primary age pupils particularly enjoy their learning”;
“Leaders have planned the curriculum throughout the school carefully. It is broad and well sequenced. Leaders have considered how the learning from Reception through to Year 11 connects. This means there is deliberate and planned progression”;
“Pupils’ learning throughout the school happens in a calm and orderly way”.
Most recently, Mayfield has been successful in its bid for priority school building project (PSBP) funds which resulted in the construction of a ‘state of the art’ purpose built ‘all through’ school on the east field of the current site. Work started in November 2019 and the new, £multi-million, building was handed over in September 2021 – we are now in the final stage (demolition of the old building and reinstatement of all outside space. All works are due for completion by Summer 2023.
Before you apply for a post at Mayfield please ensure you have read and embrace our ways of working and ethos by reading our Staff Handbook.
Mayfield is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to criminal records bureau checks along with other relevant pre-employment checks.
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