Deputy Headteacher, Madrid/Spain

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Tes Managed Recruitment ServicesMadrid/Spain

Date posted:
Start date: January '19
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: In the region of €38000
Contract term: Permanent
Suitable for NQTs: No

Deputy Headteacher sought for well-established school in Madrid.

This prestigious, co-educational independent, School in Madrid are seeking to appoint a Deputy Head teacher, starting January 2019. The school has over 1000 pupils in the whole school setting and smaller dedicated infant phase, divided over 4 classes, in the EYFS/Primary department. 

The ideal candidate is an experienced teacher who has lead a key stage or whole school curriculum. You may even have experienced as an assistant principal and would welcome the challenge of a small but well known international school.

The school are seeking someone:

  • to support and develop outstanding Primary/EYFS teachers
  • to create outstanding learning opportunities for EYFS and Primary pupils through an enriched curriculum. 
  • who will contribute to a strategic view for the school and analyse and plan for its future needs. 
  • who can work in conjunction the school’s senior leadership team, planning co-operatively, sharing information, ideas and expertise and supporting colleagues’ work
  • who can establish strong and positive working relationships with pupils and staff (teaching and non-teaching).
  • who can establish good working relationships with parents, and with all outside agencies pertinent to the delivery of the school’s programme (e.g., personnel from regional/head office, all recognised governing groups or individuals).
  • who can start in January 2019

You will need:

  • min. a Bachelor degree and qualified Primary or Early Years teachers' degree
  • evidence of continuing professional development
  • excellent teaching track record
  • record of successful leadership across a variety of areas 
  • a clear vision of excellence within primary education
  • clear understanding and acceptance of the academic rigour expected from independent school educational provision
  • clear understanding of effective teaching, learning and  assessment techniques within an English national curriculum context
  • an ability to initiate and manage change sensitively and  effectively
  • an instinctive commitment to the safeguarding of young people, and an up to date knowledge of child protection procedures
  • evidence of commitment to wider school life above and beyond the school day.

This is an excellent opportunity to work in Spain with welcoming parents and focused children.

To discuss the role in confidence please contact Laura Ooms at Tes.

If you know you are interested, and can’t wait to apply please submit a copy of your CV to or apply online.

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