Assistant Head Teacher (Primary Phase), Tower Hamlets

Closing date:Expiring soon

St Paul's Way Trust SchoolTower Hamlets

Date posted:
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: Salary £51,669- 56,242 (L5 – L9 Leadership Pay Spine) per annum incl.
Contract term: Permanent

Required for September 2019

Assistant Head Teacher (Primary Phase)

Salary £51,669- 56,242 (L5 – L9 Leadership Pay Spine) per annum incl.

Permanent |Full time| All year round

St Paul’s Way Foundation School is seeking to appoint an Assistant Head Teacher to join the Primary team in our Outstanding all through school. 

The Primary Phase of the school opened in September 2014 and has recently moved into brand new purpose built accommodation. The school is growing each year and, as a result, needs to extend its Senior Leadership Team. This is an exciting time to join St Paul’s Way Foundation School; its expansion in the next few years will provide many opportunities for ambitious colleagues. 

We seek an experienced and skilled teacher who will take advantage of all the opportunities presented by working in a dynamic and innovative organisation which has the advantage of partnerships with secondary colleagues, world leading Universities and Corporate Trust partners. Professor Brian Cox OBE is our Patron. We are also a National Teaching School.

Working within this exciting organisation, you will be a teacher who is passionate about the entitlement of every young person to an inspiring education. The successful candidate will have an unwavering belief in the potential of every pupil to succeed and have a creative approach to school leadership. 

In the first instance, this role will include oversight of Inclusion and Pastoral Needs and we welcome applications from colleagues with knowledge and experience of these areas. Holding (or being willing to undertake) the National Award for SEN Coordination would be an advantage. 

We welcome visits to the school, prior to application, so we can show you all we have on offer:

• Pupils who are fully engaged in their learning

• Our supportive, creative and dynamic Senior Leadership Team, Governors and Trust Partners

• An exceptionally well-resourced school in brand new accommodation 

• Tailor-made CDP opportunities to enhance your professional development

• Supportive and enthusiastic parents

St Paul’s Way Foundation School is a founding member of the newly formed University Schools Trust

Deadline for applications: Midday, Monday 25th March 2019

Interview Date: To be confirmed 

To apply, follow the link on our website http://www.spwt.net/vacancies/ 

Please note: we do not accept CVs alone.

For more information about the Primary Phase, please visit www.spwft.net 

To arrange a visit, please email foundationadmin@spwt.net

MPS and UPS scales are decided in accordance with the school’s pay policy. Details are available to applicants on request. St Paul’s Way Trust School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All successful candidates will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS Check.




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Type: Mainstream School
Phase: All-through with sixth form
Funding status: State - Academy
Gender: Mixed
Age Range: 4 - 18 years
Denomination: Non-denominational
Address: 125 St Paul's Way, London, E3 4FT, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 207 987 1883
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St Paul's Way Trust School, in association with Queen Mary, University of London, is seeking to appoint inspirational teachers and support staff in our outstanding School.

In March 2013, Ofsted described the school as "Outstanding" in every ...