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  • Closing date

    23 June 2024 at 11:59pm

  • Date listed

    31 May 2024

Job details

Job role

  • Deputy headteacher

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Working pattern

Full time

Contract type

Permanent

Full-time equivalent salary

£55,910.00 - £61,697.00 Annually (Actual) £55,910 - £61,697per annum Leadership 7 - 11

Vice Principal job summary

The Hill Primary Academy are looking for a Vice Principal to join their amazing team working alongside the Principal and supporting the school in its journey.

The Vice Principal will assist the Principal in ensuring the educational success of The Hill within the framework of the academy’s strategic plans. They will provide professional leadership and management and must help to establish a culture that promotes academic excellence, equality and high expectations for all students. They will implement the academy vision and be responsible for matters relating to the efficient and effective organisation, management and leadership of the academy. They will deputise for the Principal if absent, on all matters, where required.

Key Accountabilities

The effective implementation and embedding of the agreed Astrea vision, principles and policies within the Academy

Creating a culture of constant improvement and being an inspirational leader, committed to the highest standared in all areas of academy work

Take responsibility for day to day management of the school alongside the Principal and leadership team, and in the Principals absence, take full responsibility for the school.

In partnership with the Principal and rest of the leadership team, ensure the safeguarding of all pupils, and that the safety and well-being of pupils and staff is promoted and maintained at all times.

Commitment to safeguarding

Astrea Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and staff. Every child should feel safe and should be protected from any form of child abuse. We have robust policies and procedures that support our commitment to Safeguarding, this includes our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy. The in-house Safeguarding teams at each Academy work in partnership with families and safeguarding partners to ensure the safety of children is paramount. We are committed to ensuring that all staff access regular, contextual safeguarding training to meet the needs of the local community.

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About The Hill Primary Academy

School type
Academy, ages 3 to 11
Education phase
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School size
372 pupils enrolled
Age range
3 to 11

The Hill Primary Academy aims to provide a curriculum that is broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated to provide for varied abilities. Barriers to learning are removed and we provide suitable learning challenges that respond to diverse needs. This encompasses a variety of exciting, first-hand experiences to enable children to acquire appropriate skills, knowledge and understanding preparing them for today’s world. Through the provision of a stimulating environment, children will develop to their full potential academically, socially and physically.

The framework for the children’s learning is provided by the National Curriculum which sets out the core subjects of Maths, English and Science along with ICT, PE, History, Geography, Design and Technology, Art, Music, Religious Education and MFL. We also teach Citizenship, Personal, Social and Health Education attaching great importance to the development of social skills. The curriculum encourages children to develop self-discipline and responsibility and to work collaboratively with others.

Great emphasis is placed on learning the basic skills of English, Communication and Maths. As well as teaching these lessons separately, we believe that a creative thematic curriculum where areas of learning are linked motivates children to learn more effectively and develop personal skills transferrable across lessons and useful in wider life.

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