In particular, we are
looking for an Headteacher who;
skilled to lead, manage and motivate the whole school community and to lead by
example, actively modelling and embedding the Christian vision and core
Christian values of the school into all areas of school life.
the experience, motivation and resilience to move us forwards and embrace any
an ability to work with subject leaders to continue to develop and implement a
curriculum that is exciting and inspiring for pupils and staff.
the wisdom to monitor children’s progress across all age groups and abilities
and to support where necessary to ensure consistency.
equipped to coach and mentor staff to support their continuous development in
order that they can perform their roles in the most effective way possible.
a proven track record of delivering high standards in learning and teaching.
eager to promote a culture of continuous improvement, considering feedback from
pupils, staff and parents.
work innovatively within the resource constraints of a village school and
deliver memorable experiences for children.
enthusiastic, passionate and committed to the continued success of the school,
improving the outcomes for all children and maintaining effective partnerships
with parents/carers, the local community, the Local Authority and the Diocese.
This is a rewarding headship; you will be able to lead our school on to the next stage of its journey and to shape the way ahead. You must exhibit confidence, empathy and a clear focus on building a healthy workplace culture to benefit the wellbeing of the pupils and staff.
It will be a
great opportunity to develop and implement effective strategies to maintain and
raise standards and continually improve pupil attainment and progress. With a
meticulous eye for detail, you must be able to support the diverse needs of
pupils and the provision for each individual child, whilst maintaining the
ability to balance budgetary constraints.
We can offer you:
- A happy, caring and
supportive school, with dedicated staff, supportive families and enthusiastic
and motivated pupils.
- A school that is
committed to continuous improvement through its Christian ethos to maintain its
high academic performance.
- An excellent opportunity to provide strategic leadership and direction, working
collaboratively and constructively with the governing body to achieve this.
- A small but thriving
PTA who actively support the school, and parents who engage with the school and
their children’s learning.
governing body that are committed to providing support on all matters including
more sensitive or difficult issues - this includes the wellbeing of all staff
members – and who are experienced, committed and passionate about our school and
ensuring all children reach their potential.
from the Local Authority, Diocese of Leeds, and a dedicated staff team. Pastoral support from parish clergy.
you feel ready to be our next Headteacher and you can bring your experience,
enthusiasm, commitment, and energy to deliver our vision to our children and
motivated staff, we would love to hear from you.
information about this exciting opportunity, how to apply, job description and
person specification, please visit our dedicated campaign site:
informal, confidential conversation about the role please call Julie Crichton
on 07816251317 or email email@example.com Julie has been engaged
to support us with recruitment to this key role.
closing date: Sunday 19th
Shortlisting: Thursday 23rd
Interviews: Wednesday 1st
and Thursday 2nd March
Please click the link to see the suggested date and times to visit the school.
applying please take into account the following:
supporting information section of your application should clearly evidence your
ability to meet the requirements we have outlined in the person specification
(see campaign site). This will be used to shortlist applicants for this role
and therefore it is imperative that you provide evidence as requested.
completing your application, please provide two employment referees.
We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim
to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. We are also committed to
safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We
expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
This post is subject to satisfactory
references and enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service criminal records check
for work with children. An online search may be undertaken as part of the
recruitment process on information available in the public domain. Candidates
should disclose anything that may be relevant in line with Keeping Children
Safe in Education.
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