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Associate Executive Principal

Associate Executive Principal

The Skinners' Kent Academy


  • Expired
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Apply by:
5 January 2018

Job overview

Associate Executive Principal

Exciting Opportunity Coming Soon

Expanding Academy Trust, Ofsted Outstanding 2016,

Senior Executive Positon

Main advert will run from 5th January 2018

Closing date for applications 19th January 2018

There will be an opportunity to visit both The Skinners’ Kent Academy and Skinners’ Kent Primary School on the following dates:

8th – 11th January 2018

16th January 2018

To book a visit please contact Lorraine Barden

Telephone: 01892 553031


About The Skinners' Kent Academy

The Skinners’ Kent Academy is a co-educational, non-denominational secondary school for children aged 11-18 with around 1,100 students currently on its role. Located in Tunbridge Wells, the Academy is a non-selective school in a local authority that operates a selective system.

The Academy is part of the Skinners' Academies Trust who are supported by The Skinners’ Company, one of the 12 great livery companies in the City of London.


Miss Hannah Knowles

Values and vision

The Academy is founded on principles of high standards and high aspirations. It aims to be a emotionally enriching place with a culture of active participation.

Teachers seek to create, develop and maintain an education that provides opportunities for success for all. The Skinners’ Kent Academy aims to celebrate the achievement of everyone, in all aspects of life.

Ofsted report

“The school motto of ‘pride in our success’ permeates through how pupils conduct themselves around the school. They strive to become well-rounded and respectful members of society. Pupils show kindness and consideration to each other because they want everyone to feel included. A strong pastoral provision in every key stage means that pupils feel well supported and have someone to go to if they need help. Should bullying happen, pupils know that staff will help them resolve issues quickly. Relationships between staff and pupils are nurturing and positive. This means that pupils feel safe and well looked after.

View The Skinners’ Kent Academy's latest Ofsted report

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Applications closed