At Ark All Saints, we believe that every child has the right to an outstanding education and every day we strive to deliver this as a staff community. Our vision and aspiration for our scholars is ‘to go to university and beyond.”
It is an exciting time to join the Academy: our first five years were focussed on establishing clear expectations for our staff, scholars and families whilst ensuring good outcomes. We are now in an exciting phase of our development as we build on the success of the previous five years and look towards our future. We are proud of our two Ofsted reports, our section 48 outstanding grading, our strong culture which has resulted in us being oversubscribed for the past 3 years.
As a church academy, we believe in developing the whole child so that they are able to live in their local community as a key member of their society. We believe it is vital that scholars have access to instrumental music lessons, a wide variety of different sporting opportunities, involvement in creative arts, as well as being able to access all that London has to offer. You will be joining a school that is firmly engaged with the community including parents and scholars, we treat our scholars as if they were our own family.
As a senior leader with our collaborative and cohesive staff body, you will directly influence the strategic development of the academy and lead an outstanding leadership team in supporting every scholar to be successful. Learning is the key to everything. If our scholars do not have good qualifications then they are unable to take part in their futures in the way we have envisaged. Our scholars need outstanding teachers and to this end all SLT including the Principal, teach.
We care about our staff – we want the best for them and out of them in order that they can provide the highest standard of education for our scholars. Our training offer to staff includes over 2 hours per week of bespoke teaching development, as an academy we have 10 days of inset per year and we also offer the opportunity for staff to attend national courses such as NPQML. Coaching and development of all staff is at our core as we strive to improve outcomes for all scholars.
Our ideal candidate is:
• Passionate and values driven
• Solutions focused and determined
• An outstanding teacher
• Able to plan and implement to completion
• Committed to the development and betterment of local communities
If this sounds like the type of school, community and staff team that you’d like to join and lead, please get in touch. Visits to our school are welcomed and encouraged, please contact Niko Falzarano email@example.com
To apply for this role please visit www.arkallsaintsacademy.org
The closing date for applications is 10am Tuesday 23rd April 2019