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Glynne Primary School

Kingswinford, West Midlands

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L19 - L25 £61,341 - £71,053
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Full Time, Permanent
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12 November 2017

Job overview

We encourage applications from outstanding, committed and enthusiastic senior leaders who would like to lead our successful and highly motivated team. 

The Governors will appoint someone who: 

• Is an outstanding communicator 

• Has strong management and leadership skills 

• Is committed to ensure that every child succeeds and is treated as an individual

• Has a genuine passion for teaching and will lead the development of the school and   continue to embed our school ethos ‘Aiming High’ 

• Will continue to build strong partnerships with pupils, parents, colleagues and the wider community 

In return governors can offer the opportunity of leadership in our successful school where: 

• Children are considerate, polite and enthusiastic

• Staff are innovative, creative and committed 

• Children are successful and engaged in an ‘Irresistible Learning’ curriculum

• The environment facilitates the delivery of quality first teaching and learning

• Learning extends beyond the school day 

• There are close links between school, parents and and the wider community


We encourage you to visit our school on either: Wednesday 1st November 13:00 or Thursday 2nd November 2017 10:00am

Please email our School Business Manager, Mrs Baker to arrange a visit at abaker@glynne.dudley.sch.uk

Closing date for applications: Sunday 12th November 2017

Interview dates: 5th and 6th December 2017

The successful applicant will be expected to comply with current legislation regarding safeguarding procedures and will be subject to the relevant DBS and safeguarding checks and must comply with the Asylum and Immigration act. 

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Glynne Primary School is a Community Primary School, under the control of Dudley Local Authority which caters for children from three to eleven years of age.   

Our school has a warm, vibrant atmosphere where purposeful learning takes place. Maths and English are given high priority within a context of a creative curriculum. We are committed to development of the whole child and ensure that sport, music and art are also given high priority; a range of after school activities both sporting and creative ensure a wealth of opportunities for all our children.     

Our school ethos is underpinned by Unicef's Rights Respecting Schools ethos, our commitment to which has been recognised by the Level 2 award, and our school motto ‘Aiming High’ reflects our school purpose in aiming to provide the best all round education for your child.     

We are very fortunate to have excellent outdoor facilities – substantial school grounds with a large playing field, tyre park and play equipment, several playgrounds, quiet areas and gardens as well as an environmental area and Forest School; indoor facilities include two libraries, an ICT suite and kitchen, two large halls and a separate dining room.

In 2015 we were delighted to receive a £1,000 award from the DfE recognising the achievement and progress of our most disadvantaged children since 2011. We were proud to receive a Pupil Premium Award again in 2016 for being one of the high achieving schools in the country in terms of the attainment and progress of our disadvantaged pupils. 

In April 2017 we were  pleased to receive a Black Country Primary PE and Sport Premium Award 2017 for ‘Increased Participation in Competitive Sport’ from Black Country Active and we hold Gold in the Sainsbury's School Games awards.

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