We are looking for an outstanding practitioner, who is also a determined and ambitious leader with the ability to share, model and demonstrate the key characteristics
of highly effective learning and teaching to continue to embed and further
improve high standards for all children in our school.
Headteacher, you will be expected to
lead positively by example, and professionally inspire and develop children and adults
to live out our vision. Successful candidates must have previous proven experience of
successful senior leadership and be able to provide challenge, rigour and
We are looking
for a leader who:
- Will strive to make a
positive difference to the lives of all
of our pupils,
- Is committed to promoting the
school’s Christian vision, mission
and distinctiveness of our school
- Is passionate about
providing challenging and meaningful learning
experiences, with a proven track record of raising attainment and making a
positive impact on children of all ages.
- Has the skills
and knowledge to monitor, evaluate,
report on and influence whole school improvement, but particularly standards of attainment
and learning and teaching.
- Has experience of teaching
and leading teams
of staff effectively
- Has clear and demonstrable experience of developing their own and others’ pedagogy
- Ability to motivate
and inspire colleagues, promoting high aspirations for all through a range of leadership styles
- Has excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to establish positive
working relationships with colleagues,
children and the wider community, through modelling high levels of
professionalism, commitment and integrity.
- Understands the role of a Church
of England School
in its community and knows how to live out the Gospel values
in their daily life.
- Has the energy,
compassion and perseverance to lead whole school projects
- Is committed to the safeguarding, welfare and wellbeing of children and staff.
The full application pack, including the required diocesan
application form, is available from the school website
following this link: https://www.st-margarets.warrington.sch.uk/information/vacancies
Short listing: Thursday
2 February 2023
Interview dates: Thursday 9 February (and Friday 10
February 2023 if required).
Visits to the school
and are welcomed and available
dates are published on the school’s website.
A visit should be arranged by
contacting Ann McGuinness by email: email@example.com
who will also be the first point of contact for any general enquiries.
completed application forms
to the school’s own recruitment mailbox: firstname.lastname@example.org with “DHT
Application ” in the subject field. CVs will not be
St Margaret’s CE
Primary School is committed to promoting the welfare of children and expects
all staff to share this commitment. The successful applicant will need to undertake an enhanced DBS check, provide
suitable references, provide
evidence of qualifications and be subject to identity checks.
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