This is a unique opportunity to develop as a leader in an exciting environment as our Academy grows. The role will be predominantly focused within the secondary phase where ensuring that the high standards and expectations already embedded in the primary phase are established within the secondary. As Deputy Principal, you will hold the management responsibility for key secondary teachers however; you will also hold responsibilities across both the primary and secondary phases.
As Deputy Principal, you will need to be able to demonstrate leadership for Academy culture, ensuring that the values and beliefs of the Academy are embedded and reflected in every day practice
We are looking for a driven, experienced individual with high expectations who will:
• Value our children as individuals
• Be ambitious for all of our children’s outcomes both academic and beyond
• Will seize on the potential of all individuals and aide them to excel
• Be a strong leader in our community who is passionate about education
You will have a strong, clear vision for education and a track record for outstanding leadership. Rigorously ensuring the delivery of high quality teaching and learning. You will support us in establishing a healthy safe, caring environment where every child can reach their potential in a welcoming and strong community.
The post holder shall have the professional duties of a Deputy Principal teacher in accordance with the current DfE’s School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions document and wider responsibilities relating to strategic direction and development, teaching and learning, leading and managing staff and efficient and effective deployment of staff and resources in consultation with the Principal.
Key responsibilities include:
• To assist the Principal, together with other members of the Academy Leadership Team, in providing leadership and in managing the Academy.
• To provide strategic leadership for specified whole school initiatives.
• To monitor and support academic progress, attendance and behaviour of students in a specified phase of the Academy;
• To actively support the vision, ethos and policies of the Academy.
• To promote and safeguard the welfare of children you teach or come into contact with.
• To support the Academy in securing exceptional education for all children and the continuous improvement of teaching and learning in the Academy
• To take responsibility for teaching a class as set out in School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions document as necessary
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For further information or to arrange a visit, please contact Beverley Eaton on 0114 2200 403 or by email at Beverley.firstname.lastname@example.org