Early years, KS1, KS2
• To lead the Foundation, KS1, SENDco & Safeguarding across the school.
• To manage all safeguarding referrals.
• Be part of the team leading EHCP’s meetings and multi-disciplinary meetings.
• Ensure that outstanding safeguarding policies, procedures and practice are implemented across the school.
• Meet statutory requirements.
• To promote the ethos of our Catholic school within the context of our mission statement.
Be someone with integrity, drive and determination, but also has empathy and understanding of the needs of our diverse school;
Be an outstanding classroom practitioner with proven pupil attainment;
Have proven, recent senior management and leadership experience in a school;
Be a positive role model with the ability to support and mentor all staff;
Have strong interpersonal and communication skills along with ambition, flexibility, good humour and a positive ‘can do’ attitude;
Ideally possess the NPQH qualification or be willing to undertake this.
teaching and learning responsibility (TLR) payments
Applying for the job
Apply via the school website: https://www.stmaryschingford.com/job_vacancies.htmlMore on how to apply
Local authority maintained school, Roman Catholic
213 pupils enrolled
4 to 11
About St Mary's Catholic Primary School
St Mary’s is a voluntary aided Catholic, one form entry, school in the Diocese of Brentwood.
At St Mary’s we aim to provide a framework within which our children can hear and respond to the Gospel of Our Lord, Jesus Christ. Gospel values are reflected in the daily life of the school in all we do and say. We encourage our children to develop a relationship with God, to live and respond to the needs of others and to come to an understanding of the uniqueness of themselves.
The characteristic spirit of the school is one of love, trust and peaceful collaboration. The creation of such an ethos is the responsibility of all those involved within the school – pupils, staff, parents, governors and the community. Every child is unique and our ethos aims to cherish, nurture and encourage each child to develop to his or her full potential.
As a Catholic school the basis of our mission is to value and respect every person as an individual, made in the image of Christ. High standards and expectations of good behaviour, therefore, are fundamental if our children are to develop positive long-term relationships and remain happy and secure within their school environment. Strong emphasis is placed on pastoral care and all staff are fully committed to promoting the well-being of every child. The nurturing of this positive attitude is essential if pupils are to become successful learners, striving for excellence and achievement in all areas of the curriculum.
Our Mission Statement, Love God, Love Others, Love Ourselves, reflects these aspects in a way that is accessible to all
Arranging a visit to St Mary's Catholic Primary School
Miss Watson on 02085294723 to arrange a visit/tour of the school
Station Road, London, E4 7BJ