L15 – L21 (£59,581 to £69,029 per annum)
We are seeking an excellent Head Teacher for Church Hill Infant School who will continue the
already great work that is taking place. We would like an individual who is ambitious and someone who will have high expectations for all when leading this school.
The Head Teacher will be someone who identifies with our mission and values and someone who will be dedicated to working in partnership with schools and colleagues across the wider Trust.
The successful candidate will possess the drive and imagination to take the school into the future, working closely with the Trust and Local Advisory Board to develop and enhance the skills, expertise and opportunities of a great team of staff.
This is a very exciting time to join our Trust as we move into the next stage of our development where we can offer a wealth of support with collaborative opportunities.
This role is not just about being the Head Teacher, the role is about being an ambassador and an inspiration to children and colleagues. It is about genuinely developing education for the future…
Applying for the job
To apply for this position please visit our careers website:
Apply using the online application form and submit a personal statement with a response to the following questions:
What do you consider to be the specific challenges of leading an infant school?
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What are the biggest challenges facing today’s generation of young people and how would you as Head Teacher go about addressing these?
224 pupils enrolled
5 to 7
About Church Hill Infant School
The school is a happy place with an excellent staff team who all work towards our mission. We seek to give our young children the best possible start to life before they take on the next stage of their development.
The school is well established and has a very experienced and dedicated team who champion our school values of kindness, uniqueness, excellence, determination and teamwork every day. Our Infant curriculum is driven by rich and meaningful learning experiences which inspire our pupils to be ambitious and resilient; nurturing a curiosity to learn from the world around them.
With our bright, modern and spacious classrooms and our extensive outdoor facilities, the school truly is a great place to learn and to work, we hope that everyone feels a connection with the school when they attend. We have excellent relationships with our community and work very closely with parents and carers to provide the best possible outcomes for their children.
It is important to Church Hill Infant School that we continue to connect with the wide mix of ethnicities and cultures that are within our vibrant community and take great pride in celebrating our differences and learning from each other. We are also committed to fully preparing our children for their future. Not just academically, but equipping children with the wider social, selfcare and life-long skills needed to better cope with, and excel in,
school and life.
Arranging a visit to Church Hill Infant School
We would strongly encourage candidates to arrange an informal meeting either socially distanced or MS Teams and/or a telephone conversation with the Director of Schools and/or the current Head Teacher.
These can be arranged by contacting Dean Pomeroy.