Director of the Alpha Centre

Harper Green School, Bolton, Lancashire, BL4 0DH

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  • Expected start date

    As soon as possible

  • Application deadline

    18 January 2022 at 1:39pm

  • Date listed

    12 January 2022

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Contract type



L6 - £47,735 to L8 - £50,151

Director of the Alpha Centre job summary

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Director of the Alpha Centre (school behaviour unit) within a large, dynamic and forward-thinking school. Harper Green School is on a new and exciting journey as part of the Leverhulme Academy Trust. We are looking for a creative, inspirational and skilful teacher. Harper Green is looking for its Teachers; • To have a flair in teaching and learning and an openness to new and innovative ideas. • To have high expectations of standards and achievement. • To be flexible, collaborative & resilient. • To contribute to the whole life of the school. • To have the highest ambitions for our students, the school & yourself. In return we will offer you; • An aspirational supportive Leadership Team and Governing Body. • Ambitious, motivated students and supportive parents. • Enthusiastic, willing and professional staff. • A network of outstanding practitioners to collaborate with & learn from. • A happy, supportive working environment with high expectations and standards.
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About Harper Green School

School type
Academy, ages 11 to 16
Education phase
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School size
1259 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 16
Contact phone number
01204 572941

As a school, we are proud of the achievements of our pupils and the successes they achieve. Our highly professional, motivated and creative staff are dedicated to ensuring each child flourishes in a safe and happy environment. Our beliefs are simple: each individual leaves Harper Green with the qualifications and skills needed to realise their ambitions. At Harper Green, we challenge students to explore the furthest reaches of their intellectual, creative, physical and emotional capabilities so that they realise their own infinite potential.

Students at Harper Green foster a love of learning that stays with them beyond leaving the school after year 11. All our staff share a relentless commitment to ensuring that every lesson is engaging, challenging and suited to the learning needs of each individual. This is underpinned by a strong pastoral team that creates an inclusive environment where every child feels supported, safe, happy and valued.

Our Ethos and Values
At Harper Green, we recognise that all pupils are unique with individual talents and needs. As a community, we identify, nurture and develop these talents in an atmosphere of trust and mutual respect. Our students leave Harper Green with the qualifications needed to realise their ambitions and foster a love of learning that remains with them into their adult life. Students of Harper Green make valuable contributions to society as well-rounded citizens.

As a successful school, we challenge students to explore the furthest reaches of their intellectual, creative, physical, and emotional capabilities to realise their own infinite potential. Our students see learning as a lifelong challenge, enabled by a philosophy of boundless opportunities; students take a responsibility to be central to their own development, striving for constant improvement in a safe environment that fosters strong spiritual and cultural understanding and respect.

Harper Green is the platform for young people to develop into global citizens that can make a valued contribution to society. It is the learning, social and cultural experiences our young students have at Harper Green that are pivotal in shaping the people they become and provides them with the aptitude, achievements, and opportunities to access life beyond school.

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