Deputy Head Teacher - Windmill Hill School
Leadership Scale L14 – 18 = £58,135 - £64,143
To start April or May 2021
We are excited to be recruiting for a deputy Headteacher for our new special free school in Luton, due to open September 2021.
Are you an experienced leader, innovator and practitioner who has had a demonstrable impact on learning and sees the needs of the individual as a priority?
We are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic and motivated leader who will help develop and lead a team of committed professionals.
The successful candidate will have expertise in the leading of learning of students with a broad range of learning needs and significant experience in the leading of teaching to maximise opportunities for all.
This new position offers an exciting, challenging and rewarding opportunity to be part of the development of our new special school which will cater for up to 120 students aged 11-18 with a wide range of learning needs including SLD, MLD and complex learning difficulties; with additional needs such ASD and SLCN. A number of students also have associated social emotional and mental health needs.
Creating Tomorrow Academies Trust are committed to the welfare of everyone and you will have a proven record of developing others as well as fostering excellent relationships with stakeholders and leading effective collaboration.
A visit to the new school is difficult at this point in time due to works being carried out, however we would recommend a visit to one of our current schools. To arrange a visit or an informal conversation in relation to the post, please contact Ellie Edwards, PA to the Chief Executive on 01536 500030.
Further details and an application pack are available through the TES Web site or alternatively contact Ellie Edwards at Isebrook SEN College, Eastleigh Rd, Kettering, Northamptonshire, NN15 6PT. Tel 01536 500030 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Closes: 25th February 2021 @12.00 noon
Interviews week beginning: w/c 8th March 2021
For an application form please email: email@example.com
Windmill Hill School
- Special needs with state funding
- Secondary School
- Students of mixed gender, age 11 - 18 years