- £72,383 - £104,131 (L21-L27)
Headteacher job summary
We are looking for an outstanding SEN practitioner with management experience and good leadership potential, who share our passion for achieving the very best outcomes for our pupils. You will play a vital role in improving standards across the school.
You will need to be a proven practitioner who has worked with a range of pupil needs and will be able to model good practice to others; develop bespoke curriculums and train staff to implement effectively; be able to demonstrate initiating, managing and leading effective change.
Your high level of professional values and educational philosophy will ensure that the school makes sustained improvements in all aspects of life. You will have the commitment and aspiration for our pupils and staff to reach their full potential and have a commitment to the attainment and achievement of greater levels of independence for pupils who have complex, medical, behavioural and physical learning difficulties.
A commitment to the values and mission of the school alongside a collaborative and effective partnership working style will be required to secure innovative personalised learning pathways for students with complex learning difficulties. You will be a highly motivated leader who is committed to implementing significant and sustained improvements across the school and the wider Trust and who is enthusiastic to see all of our pupils flourish in safe, secure and welcoming learning environments.
Trustees/ Governors are looking for a leader who has high aspirations for the continued professional development of our staff and for the highest quality engagement with the wider community, our families, employers and other stakeholders.
If you are seeking a new challenge which will deliver and maintain outstanding approaches to the quality of education for our pupils and you have the ability to make exceptional developments across the Trust, then please complete an application form.
Closing date: Monday 16 May 2022 at 9.00am
Shortlisting: Monday 16/Tuesday 17 May 2022
Interview dates: 19th, 20th or 23 May 2022
If you would like more information about the role or would like to visit our school please contact Rachael Holland Director of Education on 07821303581.
Lime Trust are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo Child Protection screening, including checks with past employers and an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS check). References will be taken up before appointment.
(outer London, the discretionary Headteacher allowance of up to 25% uplift is available depending on the candidate's experience).
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About Lime Academy Forest Approach
- School type
- Academy, ages 2 to 19
- Education phase
- School size
- 133 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 2 to 19
Lime Academy Forest Approach is a special school providing for pupils aged 2 -19 in the London Borough of Havering. The number of pupils on roll is currently 155.
The school provides an exciting, safe and challenging learning environment that recognises and adapts to the needs of every individual. Pupils are well cared for, guided and supported ensuring optimal progress, personal development and well being are achieved. Pupils are encouraged to be positive contributors to their school, their families, their neighbourhoods and the wider community.
The Curriculum at Lime Trust is child-centered. It is designed to meet the needs of all our learners. The curriculum promotes building connections, problem solving skills, and coherence. It ensures on-going opportunities for active cross-curricular and contextualized learning. It addresses the needs of the broad age and ability range within the school, and meets each individual at their point of learning
Pupils at Lime Academy Forest Approach come from rich cultural and linguistic backgrounds and the school works hard to ensure that everyone has a sense of belonging to the Forest Approach community and that everyone feels supported in recognising and working to eliminate any bias, prejudice and misconceptions about other people.
So much can be learned from each other and it makes the school the vibrant, exciting place that it is.
Arranging a visit to Lime Academy Forest Approach
Please contact Rachael Holland either by telephone or email firstname.lastname@example.org