- Job role
- Working pattern
- Contract type
- Very competitive dependent on track record
The role will commence in January 2022; however, this is negotiable for the right candidate. You will recruit and build your team to create an outstanding environment for learning to flourish.
You will build excellence through our virtues work and in the academic curriculum, alongside other senior leaders across the Trust. You will also be part of a global community of charitable initiatives.
Applying for the job
To find out more:
• Please attend Informal Open day by appointment on the afternoon of 21st September 2021
• Please confirm attendance at Recruitment@nishkamschools.org
• Please download an application pack at www.nishkamschooltrust.org/recruitment/ or contact the Trust office at Recruitment@nishkamschools.org
• Applications to be sent to Recruitment@nishkamschools.org by October 1st, 2021 (12pm)
• Interview process October 11th-12th 2021 (TBC)
If you need these documents in an accessible format, please contact the school.
- School type
- Free School, Sikh, ages 4 to 19
- Education phase
- Primary, Secondary, 16-19
- School size
- 886 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 4 to 19
About Nishkam School West London
Nishkam School, West London (NSWL) is an innovative, state of the art, all-through 4-19 school. As school Headteacher (secondary phase), you will work in a pioneering MAT, Nishkam School Trust (NST). NST is one of the first multi-academy free school trusts in the UK. The Trust has opened two free schools in Birmingham (primary in 2011 and a secondary in 2012) both of which are judged Ofsted Outstanding, and a third, a primary free school in Wolverhampton, judged Ofsted Good with Outstanding features.
Nishkam School West London opened in 2013 and now occupies a flagship building, it too was judged Ofsted Outstanding in 2016. Every opportunity to share good practice from our outstanding schools will be actively shared. Working collaboratively together, the aspiration will be to become an outstanding Nishkam school in terms of outcomes given the appropriate time and support. NST has developed an inclusive virtues led multi-faith educational approach that nurtures pupils of all faiths and those of no particular faith. The Nishkam ethos is to help grow a selfless mind-set, aspiring to excellence as well as going beyond ourselves to serve others, to create supportive communities and to realise our true potential. This pervades every aspect of the school.