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Vice Principal (Inclusion)

Plympton Academy, Plymouth, Devon, PL7 2RS

This job expired on 7 July 2022

  • Expected start date

    1 January 2023

  • Application deadline

    7 July 2022 at 11:59pm

  • Date listed

    24 June 2022

Job details

Working pattern

Contract type

Permanent

Salary

TSAT Leadership Scale (L18-L22) - £65,089 - £71,787 Per annum

Vice Principal (Inclusion) job summary

We have an exciting vacancy for a Vice Principal to join us at Plympton Academy to lead on Inclusion. You will have a strategic overview of behaviour, attitudes, attendance, admissions and SEND. Working as part of the Senior Leadership Team and staff you will develop an inclusive, tolerant and positive culture in our Academy. You will be a key stakeholder in developing an ethos of high expectations for staff and students. You will also be leading on ensuring student welfare, attendance and inclusion is a priority for all staff. Our Academy: At Plympton Academy we believe in inspiring a culture of success for all, including our staff. We have a strong culture of staff development and support - high quality CPD, based on research and evidenced best practice, which is prioritised and supported through a tailored coaching programme. We work collaboratively with the best academies locally and nationally so that all teachers continue to thrive and engage in the latest teaching developments and practice. We prioritise good behaviour and strong pastoral support so that learning is disruption-free, teachers can teach and students’ can focus. As a result, we are incredibly proud of our students and staff who love the challenge of learning, are equipped to achieve their dreams and take pride in their success. Plympton Academy is part of the Thinking Schools Academy Trust. We are an inclusive school of all abilities, where everyone works and learns together within its caring and supportive environment. Plympton Academy is an academy for the local community, and we seek opportunities for students to develop as local citizens and serve and support our surrounding charities, industries and families. We are privileged to work in a stunning learning environment with excellent resources. We are focused on providing an education for all. Our belief is that each person is unique - every member of our community has gifts and talents that we seek to grow and channel. We offer a broad and balanced curriculum geared towards ensuring our students will achieve their academic potential regardless of their starting points, and be dynamic members of society when they leave the Academy. Your new role: For a full list of roles, responsibilities and the person specification please view the attached job description. You will have an exemplary and proven track record of leading on aspects of Academy improvement With the Principal, you will develop an ethos and culture of high expectations, inclusion, challenge and support that promotes good behaviour, attendance and welfare throughout the Academy You will take ownership of the Academy’s inclusion, behaviour, attendance and admissions policies and ensure staff fully understand and implement policy consistently Ensure outside agencies are engaged, as appropriate, to support identified students Provide professional leadership and management at a strategic level for the academy including developing and implementing policies and practices Establish a firm foundation from which high standards in all areas of the academy’s work are attainable You will hold QTS status and hold relevant safeguarding and inclusion experience and or qualifications. For a full person specification please see the attached JD and person specification.
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About Plympton Academy

School type
Academy, ages 11 to 18
Education phase
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School size
1096 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 18

At Plympton Academy we believe in inspiring a culture of success for all, including our staff. We have a strong culture of staff development and support - high quality CPD, based on research and evidenced best practice, which is prioritised and supported through a tailored coaching programme.

We work collaboratively with the best schools locally and nationally so that all teachers continue to thrive and engage in the latest teaching developments and practice. We prioritise good behaviour and strong pastoral support so that learning is disruption-free, teachers can teach and students’ can focus. As a result, we are incredibly proud of our students and staff who love the challenge of learning, are equipped to achieve their dreams and take pride in their success.

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