This job expired on 26 February 2024

  • Start date details

    As soon as possible

  • Closing date

    26 February 2024 at 12pm (midday)

  • Date listed

    7 February 2024

Job details

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Visas cannot be sponsored

Working pattern

Contract type


Full-time equivalent salary

£103,578.00 - £119,921.00 Annually (FTE)

Headteacher job summary

Have strategic responsibility for the leadership and management of teaching and learning and to ensure all learners have access to outstanding learning experiences.

Act as an ambassador and advocate for the Trust inspiring and empowering others, whilst maintaining a high standard of personal integrity and professional conduct.

Establish and develop a learning environment, which promotes high quality teaching, effective learning, high standards of achievement, behaviour and discipline.

Work with the school leadership team to use a range of school performance data and impact measures to identify improvement priorities and formulate action plans.

Implement the Trust’s quality assurance framework to support improvements.

Implement the Trust's common approach to the observation of teaching and learning, included the guiding principles to carrying out learning walks.

Determine, organise and implement a balanced and broad curriculum that offers opportunity for all learners to be successful and engaged in success.

Ensure curriculum models are appropriate, affordable and effective in each key stage; school performance issues are identified and analysed, and solutions are prioritised and costed effectively to secure sustainable improvements.

Promote a culture that is inclusive and encourages every learner to become self-confident and show respect for others.

As a member of the Trust’s Wider Leadership Team, work collaboratively to develop and deliver the strategic vision for the School and the Trust, ensuring that it is clearly articulated, shared, understood, and acted on effectively by all.

Produce and implement the school self-evaluation and strategic development plan, setting appropriate, challenging and measurable targets and performance indicators.

Work with the Trust's Director of Finance and the Finance Business Partners to ensure effective financial systems are in place for the safe and responsible management and monitoring of the school budget; maximising resources, income generation planning and secure value for money in all operations for a sustainable future.

Lead on developing partnerships and strong relationships with the local community, education, businesses, other partners and wider organisations to enhance educational provision and optimise opportunities for all learners.er

Maintain and develop an effective partnership with parents and carers, ensuring they are well informed and engaged in their child’s learning experience and progress.

Ensure that communication between the school and the community is effective and appropriate and has a positive impact on learners’ achievement and the reputation of the School.

Recruit, retain and employ high quality staff appropriately and manage their workload to achieve the vision and goals of the School and of the Trust.

Actively promote the school's commitment to safeguarding and the welfare of children and young people.

Show compliance with and maintain awareness of the Trust's policies relating to equality and diversity.

Hold staff accountable through their performance management cycle.

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About Winifred Holtby Academy

School type
Academy, ages 11 to 16
Education phase
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School size
1338 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 16

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