Riverside School, Tadcaster, Tadcaster, North Yorkshire, LS24 9JN

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  • Expected start date

    As soon as possible

  • Application deadline

    17 January 2022 at 11:59pm

  • Date listed

    11 January 2022

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Contract type



£64,143 - £74,295 per annum

Headteacher job summary

Post Title: Headteacher Location: Riverside School, Tadcaster Grade/Pay scale: Salary: L18 – L24 Salary £64,143 - £74,295 Working weeks: Full Year Contract Type: Closing Date: 12 noon 17th January 2022 Interview Date: 7th & 8th February 2022 The Trust Board and governors are looking for a dynamic, creative and experienced person to lead our school. The successful applicant will have a proven track record, excellent people skills, high emotional intelligence and a strong desire to make a real difference for our pupils at this exciting stage of the School’s development. We are seeking to appoint an individual who will lead our School by building on its many strengths, whilst also contributing to the development of our Trust. The pupils, staff, parents, governors and our local community are proud of our School where pupils are happy, well-behaved and enjoy learning. The STAR MAT is committed to equality, and to making fair and equitable treatment an integral part of everything we do. The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. The post is subject to a successful DBS check and pre-employment checks will be undertaken before an appointment is confirmed. This vacancy is advertised by North Yorkshire County Council on behalf of the STAR Multi Academy Trust.
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About Riverside School, Tadcaster

School type
Academy, ages 3 to 11
Education phase
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School size
396 pupils enrolled
Age range
3 to 11

Our Inclusion Statement

We believe we are very fortunate to live in a society rich in different cultures, ethnic backgrounds, skin colours and religions. The school aims to promote positive attitudes to gender equality, cultural diversity and special needs of all kinds. We aim to educate, develop and prepare all our children for life. Prejudice and discrimination on the basis of colour, culture, origin, gender or ability is unacceptable. The school is committed to working towards equality of access, provision and treatment for all staff and pupils, regardless of race, culture, language, nationality, religion and other differences. We acknowledge the complexity of British society and recognise that it would be failing the children if it did not prepare them for their integral part in it. We aim to help our children make the most effective use of their talents, both for the benefit of others and to achieve self-fulfilment.

We believe and encourage therefore that each member of our school community;

Feel happy and secure
Feel able to work to their fullest capacity
Feel respected as an individual who contributes positively to school life
And this applies to everyone.

Our Mission Statement

To encourage the development of a community in which there is a sharing of values and interests underpinned by an explicit ethos which is seen to promote the development of a secure environment: an environment in which all children and adults feel happy and valued, where personal endeavour is encouraged and the pursuit of high standards fostered. Every opportunity should be sought to enable all children to develop to their full potential and sustain a love of learning throughout their lives.

Furthermore, Riverside School seeks to meet the challenge presented to education by children, parents and society: a challenge to successfully fulfil the school's part in helping all the children in its care to grow up to become competent, confident, rational and self-reliant adults who can manage their own lives, play their part in society and feel valued contributors.

At Riverside School we….

Take pride in our school and our achievements together
Respect others and their beliefs
Care for the world; near and far
Make ‘learning’ an exciting, fun activity for life
Listen to, and care for each other

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