Salary (or hourly rate): £62,968 - £70,194 per annum
Contract Type: Full Time
About the school:
As a school with a Christian ethos, our client believes that every child has ‘God-given gifts’ which can be unlocked – starting points and personal backgrounds linked to faith, culture, colour, personal circumstances will not be seen as barriers to pupils’ achieving extremely well.
We will bring our children into a new world and will do whatever it takes to turn them around.’
Our school is focused on delivering a strategic vision that will motivate and inspire pupils. Our vision and determination is to ensure that all pupils succeed academically, and are well-rounded individuals, regardless of their starting points. Our primary aim is to ensure that pupils receive a first-class education that will enable them to enter the best universities and eventually the world of work as leaders and influencers.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and inspirational Headteacher who has the ability and energy to lead and motivate others, with a clear vision for improving teaching and learning and who shares our vision and values.
The ideal candidate will have high expectations that all pupils can achieve and any barriers to learning can be overcome through inclusive practice.
- Have excellent leadership, interpersonal and organisational skills
- Be committed to raising standards
- Have a proven track record of positive trans-disciplinary partnership working
- Promote high quality learning, teaching and have high expectations for all children and young people
- Lead new initiatives, monitor their progress and assess impact
- Be confident in analysing data and identifying how to improve.
- Share our commitment to working in partnership with all stakeholders
- Be innovative, a strategic thinker with vision and ability to effectively plan for future development
- Have considerable knowledge of how technology can support learning
- Be able to rise to challenges and show strong leadership in difficult situations
- Inspire and support colleagues
- Be experienced in and committed to developing a curriculum model reflecting the needs of the students including Quality of Life, creative and expressive arts, pathways to the world of work
- Grow and develop with the organisation
- Have extensive experience and skills in working with children with SEN/Autism/Challenging behaviour
- Pension scheme
- Excellent induction, training and development programme including training about autism and opportunities to attend our conferences
- Online staff discount scheme for a range of benefits (cycle to work scheme, season ticket loan)
- Access to a 24-hour employee assistance programme