Leadership SEND responsibilities (special educational needs and disabilities)
MPS - UPS
We are looking for a gifted and engaging Head of Music who can articulate a clear vision and set the direction of travel for placing music fully on the map at Theale Green School. A high level of skills is essential.
We are looking for a highly skilled musician with a strong ability to communicate their enthusiasm to our students and to engage with our wider community at internal and external events school events. The successful applicant will also have the ability to manage and expand the peripatetic teachers who work within the faculty.
This is an exciting position for a candidate who has the passion and belief that as teachers and support staff, our role is to educate young people to be the very best version of themselves. We are looking to welcome a colleague to join our team who has demonstrable aspiration for all the young people and the staff who come together daily as part of our community.
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Theale Green School is part of the Activate Learning Education Trust consisting of seven secondary schools. We have a rich history in both Sport and the Arts, as important contributors to every young person’s development. However, we have now established a rich and broad curriculum which reaches into every corner of our school. We pride ourselves on our vision of being the School of Choice for our local community, and through valuing all relationships within our community, ensuring that every person has a voice and striving to be a Well School, we are well on our way to our vision being reality.
Student and staff well-being is at the heart of our school and we are constantly challenging ourselves within the Leadership Team to make a tangible and positive difference to the lives of all who study and work here. We are working to develop a culture where all voices are heard and feedback is welcomed and valued, and we are looking forward to finding the candidate who is motivated by being part of this culture. Despite the strength of our Trust, we value external engagement and we have strong relationships with the Local Authority, a variety of national bodies, but most especially, our community. A focus on continuing professional development for staff is valued by everyone, and staff are welcoming the increased opportunity to influence the direction of the school.