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Deputy Headteacher

Deputy Headteacher

Brookfield Community School


  • Expired
L21-25 (£64,417 to £71,053)
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
1 September 2018
Apply by:
30 January 2018

Job overview

An excellent opportunity for an outstanding candidate. 

Required for September 2018, an outstanding candidate to join a strong and effective Leadership Team.

This is an excellent opportunity to play a key rol in the further development of a successful school.

The successful candidate will take the lead on Pastoral Care and Systems in the school, including attendance and behaviour.  They will also have responsibility for Student Performance and Intervention KS4.

For further details and an application pack (CVs are not acceptable) please visit our website or click on the links below.

Deadline: Tuesday 30 January 2018 (12 noon)

Interviews: Thursday 8 February 2018 and Friday 9 February 2018.

Applications should be submitted via email:

All posts are subject to an enhanced DBS check.

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About Brookfield Community School

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Brookfield Community School

This is a very popular, over-subscribed school in a pleasant suburb to the west of Chesterfield, close to the Peak District National Park.  We currently have over 1100 students, including a vibrant sixth form.  This is a school with a rich history and a reputation as a truly inclusive school and one which places great value on academic achievement.  An extensive co-curricular offer for all students is another defining characteristic of the school.  We have a strong and discernible ethos based around high expectations and impeccable behaviour.

We expect a lot from our students in every area of school life.  Celebrating academic achievement is a very significant part of what we do and the school has very strong results at GCSE and A level.

At Brookfield we recognise the vital role that education can play in the lives of young people.  Education should be an extremely rich experience - an experience in itself and not just a preparation for the next stage of life.   Our mission is to develop confident, articulate, resilient and well-qualified young people who are empowered to change the world.  The school, in terms of its academic outcomes, performs well, but it is our aim that the school is in the top 10% of schools nationally, and one with a regional and national reputation for the quality of the high-quality, rounded education it provides.

In March 2019 Brookfield formally joined Redhill Academy Trust.  This represents an enormous opportunity for the school.  The principles at the heart of Redhill are in line with those of the school.  These are based on high expectations for all students, the value of academic achievement, high quality teaching and learning and the importance of widening students’ experiences.  Staff at Brookfield are working closely with Redhill and benefiting from the support the Trust offers, such as participation in subject networks and bespoke training programmes.  Brookfield staff are already contributing to the wider support that Redhill offers to other schools.

This is a wonderful school with outstanding students, supportive parents and dedicated staff.  This enviable combination is a key reason behind the success – and enormous potential – of Brookfield Community School.

More information can be found on the school’s website:

Brookfield Community School - Home (  

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