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Headteacher

Brockworth Primary AcademyGloucestershire

Salary:  L8-L21, £50,151-£68,347, negotiable for the right candidate dependant on experience plus a relocation package.

NOR: 278

Age range: 4-11

Are you a remarkable leader that wants more?

More opportunity to inspire our children to choose a REMARKABLE LIFE.

Brockworth Primary Academy is part of a family of schools brought together by one common vision and passionate belief that each and every child can lead a remarkable life. An excellent education transforms lives and every pupil who attends one of our schools is given the support, care and opportunity they need to flourish. The role would be ideal for an experienced leader with proven impact of school improvement from RI to Good. Which is where you come in!

We are looking for an experienced leader who can build on the good work completed so far.  You will have a passion for school improvement and a proven track record in raising standards.  You will demonstrate a clear commitment to the school and its community and will actively develop the academies external brand throughout the community.  You will model outstanding leadership and set high expectations for students and staff leading by example. If you are driven, resilient and relish a challenge this is the right opportunity for you.

We have committed staff who are willing to go above and beyond, children who are kind and polite and who love to learn and parents who are incredibly supportive.  Our new Headteacher will enjoy the autonomy of leadership rooted in the local community, whilst working in partnership with the regional cluster of academies and AET’s National Director of Primary Schools, Lauren Costello, with support from a committed local governing board.

This is an excellent opportunity for a leader looking to combine the experience of running a school with the benefit of working as part of a national trust. You will be joining the leading inclusive educational trust in the country - one where you have more opportunities to forge your own path, where your work is truly valued and where you will receive the recognition and rewards to motivate you to build on your achievements.  The academy is situated on the outskirts of the beautiful Cotswolds so this would be an ideal location to relocate to if you love a rural lifestyle.

AET has led the way in the response to the covid pandemic, with children at the centre. Investment in IT equipment for our most deprived learners and high quality virtual learning for all meant education continued. Robust risk procedures were followed to keep our children and staff safe and we shared best practice to support each other.  Using what we’ve learned over the last few years, we now have an extraordinarily ambitious vision of a new model of education for the future to be rolled out over the next few years.

To arrange a school visit or to find out more, call Tanya Bentham, Head of Talent on 0203 947 5689 or email: recruitment@academiesenterprisetrust.org 

Alternatively, for more information about the role or an informal discussion please contact Tom Nutley at Tes (Recruitment Consultant): tom.nutley@tes.com or 0776 700 1965

Join us to be part of something special and inspire their remarkable.

Closing date: Friday 5 March 2021

Interview date: Thursday 18 March 2021 and Wednesday 24 March 2021

Academies Enterprise Trust embraces diversity and promotes equality of opportunity.  Co-headship, job share, part time and flexible working opportunities will be considered.

We are committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  A Disclosure and Barring Service Certificate will be required for all posts. This post will be subject to enhanced checks as part of our Prevent Duty.

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