We need someone who is passionate about making a difference, who is a highly skilled, driven and a successful school leader with a range of recent experience ready to take on this crucial new role at Greenbank.
Deputy Headteacher will:
- Lead on school improvement to
maximise progress and aspiration for all students.
- Identify and drive the School
Improvement Plan to raise standards and achievement under the overall direction
of the Headteacher.
- Line manage members of the
Senior Leadership Team.
- Lead and share responsibility
for developing and implementing school policies, decision-making and strategic
- Lead on effective performance
management of all staff.
- Lead on student access and
engagement to high quality extended learning opportunities.
- Lead on family and community
- Lead on learning and
opportunity beyond the classroom.
- Create effective quality
- Undertake the professional
duties of the Headteacher during her absence.
and responsibilities of the post will change over time as requirements and
circumstances change. The post holder will be required to carry out such other
duties consistent with the post and as directed by the Headteacher.
Qualities and Knowledge
- Holding and articulating clear values and moral purpose, focused
on providing a world class education for students.
optimistic personal behaviour, positive relationships and attitudes towards all
- Leading by
example - with integrity, creativity, resilience and clarity- drawing on own
expertise /skills, and that of others.
- Sustaining wide,
current knowledge and understanding of education locally, nationally and
globally, and pursuing continuous professional development.
- Working with
political, business and financial astuteness, within a clear set of principles
centred on the school’s vision, ably translating local and national policy into
the school’s context.
- Communicate at every opportunity
the school’s vision and empowering all students and staff to excel.
- Use data and evidence-based research to make
accurate and balanced decisions.
- Plan for effective change and review.
- Ability to use and calculate data as a measure
The successful applicant will join our ambitious
and committed leadership team and will be responsible for leading on school
improvement. This role offers an
exciting prospect for an outstanding practitioner to take full advantage of the
unique opportunities that our school brings and to make a significant impact on
improving the life chances for all students across the school.
You would be joining the Southport Learning Trust, a family of seven
schools in the locality that is looking to grow. As an
employer, our Trust will give you the opportunity to develop your career through an ambitious
professional development programme, share and develop practice across
several schools and look after your
well-being in a supportive environment.
Southport Learning Trust is required under law and guidance to check the criminal background of all employees. Decisions to appoint will be subject to consideration of an enhanced disclosure, including a Barred List check, from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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