Qualified Teacher Status.
Relevant academic and teaching qualifications.
A good honours or Masters Degree.
Evidence of recent professional development
Successful leadership and management
experience in a school.
Experience of managing significant change
Involvement in school self-evaluation and
Demonstrable experience of successful line
management and staff development.
Proven and consistent track-record at a senior
level of school improvement.
An ability to work in collaborative partnership
with the full range of people, other
school/academies and organisations associated
with the Academy - staff, parents, governors,
community, business, Diocese, Trust and LA.
Ability to set high and clear expectations and
hold others to account for their performance,
delivering clear messages to ensure (at least)
good pupil progress including an ability to lead,
manage and support teams.
Well-developed social and communication skills.
Tact, sensitivity, integrity, good judgement.
Confidence, independence and flexibility.
A commitment to the well-being of staff.
A commitment to and ability to lead Academy
improvement and manage change.
An ability to lead and manage school standards.
Confident with data and IT.
Good organisational skills with the ability to
prioritise work and meet deadlines.
Ability to lead school based INSET and parent
Demonstrable coaching/mentoring skills to
support the development of other staff.
A commitment to equal opportunities.
The ability to give and receive effective feedback
and act to improve personal performance.
Stamina, motivation and dedication.
High Expectations and aspirations.
Ability to work under pressure and prioritise
Commitment to maintaining confidentiality at all
Commitment to safeguarding and equality,
ensuring that personal beliefs are not expressed
in ways that exploit the position.
Build positive and respectful relationships across
the school community.
Uphold public trust in school leadership and
maintain high standards of ethics, behaviour and
Serve in the best interests of the school’s pupils.
In return we can offer:
Archway benefits to include shopping discounts and competitions
A free and confidential employee assistance programme offering counselling and advice
Access to Teachers’ Pensions
Access to discounted travel schemes
Cycle to work scheme
Comprehensive training and support
Opportunities to develop new skills and progress your career
Eye care voucher scheme
Free flu vaccine
Access to e-learning and development
For more information about Archway Learning Trust and the vacancy, please visit
www.archwaytrust.co.uk/vacancies. To apply for the role click apply which will take you to the
application form for the post. We would encourage you to refer to the job description and person
specification, demonstrating your suitability for the role.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to the satisfactory completion of an enhanced DBS check, Barred List check, the receipt of satisfactory references, online searches and any other statutory checks that are required for the post. We are an equal opportunities employer.
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