This is a wonderful opportunity for a passionate and experienced professional to join and lead our team. Supported by the governing body and Senior Leadership Team you will work to shape the next stage in Tillingbourne’s evolution. You will need to have a demonstrable track record in leadership, involvement in school self-evaluation and planning together with a creative and enthusiastic approach to teaching.
We are extremely fortunate to have fantastic grounds and spacious buildings that enable us to teach flexibly
and creatively, ensuring all facets of learning and development can be met, including an environmental and
woodland area, dedicated art and food technology rooms.
Our Unicef Rights Respecting School award is valued by children, staff and governors as it underpins who we
are as a school and is embedded in our ethos, vision and culture. Our staff are passionate about the
wellbeing and growth of every child and empowering each child to play an active part in their own
development. Residential trips are always a highlight providing experiences that may not otherwise be
accessible and, for some, it is the first time staying away from home – a life skill in itself.
We believe it is essential that all children feel safe and happy at Tillingbourne and develop skills that ensure
that they leave us ready and excited for the next stage of their educational journey.
As a community school we are strongly linked to, and work collaboratively with, other local schools and we
have a supportive relationship with our Local Authority. Our pupil outcomes are above the national average
and reflect the hard work of both staff and children.
Tillingbourne Junior School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check.
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