The King's CofE Academy, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, ST7 1DP
5 days remaining to apply
Expected start date
As soon as possible
24 September 2021 at 8:00am
4 September 2021
Leadership SEND responsibilities (special educational needs and disabilities)
L10 - L 14 (£52,723 - £58,135)
We are looking for an exceptional candidate to join us as Assistant Principal: Inclusion, to lead on safeguarding and child protection policy and strategy, SEND policy and strategy, the tracking and monitoring of student attendance and appropriate intervention to enable all students to achieve beyond their potential.
The post-holder will:-
- help lead the rapid and sustained improvement of the academy through high quality leadership and communication skills and an up to date knowledge and understanding of educational theory and practice.
- have a relentless focus on raising standards in teaching and learning and provision so that all students make at least expected levels of progress with many making above expected levels of progress.
- undertake a teaching commitment commensurate with the post.
The successful candidate for this position will be joining:-
- an experienced team who share and place high value on the collective benefits of working collaboratively to meet this challenge.
- a broader group of colleagues who understand that The King’s has a very special place in the local and wider community.
Applying for the job
To apply for this post, please return your completed application form and a covering letter, in which you explain how your values, knowledge, experience and skills/abilities meet the requirements of the Job Description and the Person Specification, to: Miss M Till, The King's CofE Academy, First Avenue, Kidsgrove, Stoke on Trent, ST7 1DP or via email: email@example.com.
If you need these documents in an accessible format, please contact the school.
Our academy is a superb place to grow, to learn, to work and to flourish. As a relatively new academy (we opened in January 2016 and moved into our superb new build in November 2016), we are keen to retain our place as ‘the school of choice in Kidsgrove’.
Our motto ‘Learning with truth and love’ epitomises the values towards which our governors, our staff and our students strive to embody. Students are consistently inspired and encouraged to become everything that God has created them to be, through a wide ranging and inclusive curriculum and a wealth of exciting enrichment opportunities. We work hard to create a vibrant, mutually supportive climate for learning in which everyone can thrive.
Staff lead by example and are passionate about encouraging, inspiring, challenging and stretching every individual in their care, so that they can achieve at the highest levels. We do our utmost to maximise the attainment of each student, placing great emphasis on individual character development and personal growth.
We are an inclusive school with students of all abilities and social backgrounds. For those students with individual learning and physical needs, we have an extensive inclusion team. Our staff make every effort to get to know each student as an individual.
Our well embedded ‘Behaviour for Learning’ policy is designed to encourage positive attitudes to lessons and to ensure students’ behaviour underpins their learning. A recent external assessment describes behaviour in lessons as 'exemplary'.
Our mission is to enable students to leave The King's with outstanding results and life changing experiences, equipped to be responsible and caring citizens ready to make their mark on the world in which they live.
Staff turnover at The King’s is really low: people want to stay and work here. The academy is a community of its own. Colleagues join us from the local area and from further afield - it is a place where professionals want to work.
Ofsted graded our school as good with outstanding features in 2017; we are on our own journey to be outstanding.
Arranging a visit to The King's CofE Academy
For further information about the role or to arrange a visit to the school, please contact Miss M Till on 01782 783281 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.