The Governors of Ryelands Primary & Nursery School are seeking to appoint a Deputy Headteacher to join our effective leadership team and dedicated school staff from 1st September 2024.
Ryelands is a happy and forward-thinking primary school serving the Ryelands community. Our expectations are high, pupils and staff are valued; this is reflected in our ethos, learning environment and in all that we do. Ryelands currently has 400 pupils on roll; it is a two-form entry school with a nursery, taking pupils from the age of two. There are 65% of pupils entitled to Pupil Premium. The school has increasingly played a vital role as a hub for the community, providing additional support and opportunities for families.
This is a non-class-based Deputy role. The Deputy Headteacher will:Work in close partnership with the HeadteacherBe responsible for PPG funded initiatives in order to improve outcomesOversee assessment and pupil progress across all key stagesMaintain a regular teaching commitment (daily Y6 Maths session in the first instance)
Please refer to the attached letters from the Headteacher and Chair of Governors, job description and person specification for detailed information about the post.
We are looking to appoint a Deputy Headteacher with an enthusiasm and commitment to raising standards and to providing the very best provision for all pupils and who holds a core desire to make a difference. We wish to appoint an outstanding teacher and dynamic leader who has the energy and vision to work with the headteacher and SLT to drive forward improvements with focus and care for individuals and the community.
Closing date: Tuesday 20th February 2024 Noon
Shortlisting date: Thursday 22nd February 2024
Proposed visit and Interview Dates: 6th and 7th March 2024
Please note that in line with Keeping Children Safe in Education 2023, an online search will be carried out as part of our due diligence on shortlisted candidates.
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Proposed Interview Date:06/03/2024
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
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