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Director of School Improvement Primary Lead

Lydiate Learning TrustLiverpool

Engage, Enable, Empower

 Lydiate Learning Trust is a network of schools and academies across communities in the North West of England. The Trust is founded on the core belief that every child should be afforded the very best opportunities in life. We engage with all within our Trust and beyond to enable them to show the world their particular talents, their ideas and their passion. Our partnerships across the region are helping to ensure that this opportunity is extended to as many young people as possible.

The expertise and resources of the Trust and our education partners, guarantees that we successfully develop a culture of academic excellence and a fundamental ethos of aspiration that inspires all our students to flourish, achieve their goals and fulfil their potential.

We are currently looking to expand as a Trust and our aim is to work with the Primary sector.  This appointment is the first step on this journey, and therefore, it is essential that we get it right.

We are immensely proud of our Trust and the schools within it and we look forward to appointing a passionate, supportive and enthusiastic Primary Lead to both support the existing schools and to forge strong partnerships with Primary Schools.  Hopefully, you will currently be a serving Headteacher in a primary setting, Deputy Headteacher looking for a different challenge or someone with experience in school improvement in the Primary sector. Similarly, we would consider someone joining us on secondment for a time limited period no less than twelve months or on a part time basis. This is a new role and we would also be willing to discuss the possibility of a Headteacher and their school joining our Trust.

A full job description can be found in our Application Pack which can be downloaded below.

To apply please use the TES Quick Apply or alternatively, you can download our application form which can be submitted to  quoting 'Director of School Improvement Primary' in the subject line.

Please also submit a letter of application (Max 2 sides of A4) addressing the following points:

• Why you are interested in the post and your experience so far.

• What contributions you could make to students' development within our school.

• Any particular areas of strength and expertise you have to offer

If you require support in relation to recruitment process,please contact

If you would like to discuss the post in confidence, please contact Ann Stahler (CEO) via her PA.  Thank you for your interest and we look forward to receiving your application.

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