Lime Academy Watergall is an inclusive 2 form entry Primary School in Bretton, Peterborough. There are currently 360 children on roll from a wide range of backgrounds. Our children have high energy levels which is demonstrated through their enjoyment and enthusiasm for learning. Watergall prides itself in working closely with families to ensure that the children receive the best education available to them both at school and at home.
Lime Academy Watergall has recently converted from a maintained community school to an academy with the Lime Trust. The Trust and the Academy Council are working together to make sure we appoint excellent leaders to take Lime Academy Watergall from Requiring Improvement to Good or Outstanding.
Lime Trust is an expanding multi-academy trust, with schools in London and Peterborough. The ethos of Lime Trust is to put children first. Our commitment to our staff is to seek out, grow and develop ambitious young leaders, providing outstanding Continuous Professional Learning opportunities for all our staff. Strong leadership structures ensure that all staff are well supported whilst also setting clear expectations for all to follow. Lime Trust believes in building capacity and expertise from within, providing excellent opportunities to Trust schools through central resources and a school-to- school support programme.
The curriculum we offer at Watergall aims to prepare and develop children’s academic, social and emotional skills, in order that they will achieve their potential in life. ‘Aiming High, Including All’ is our school strap that we fully believe in and expect all children, parents, staff and Governors to adhere to.
The Watergall team are looking to develop and increase the leadership capacity within the school to drive forward the school improvement targets and raise standards and aspirations of our children. The right candidate will be able to coach individuals as well as talent spot future leaders. They should also lead by example, sharing their understanding and knowledge of outstanding teaching and learning to develop the practice of others.
We would like to hear from you, if you:
- Are an excellent practitioner with high expectations of self and others
- Are energised by opportunities to develop and share your practice
- Lead by example
- Are committed to continued professional learning
The successful individual will have:
- A positive ‘can do’ attitude with a track record of success
- A commitment to driving standards of performance
- Excellent communication and organisational skills
- Resilience, humour and a sense of purpose
- An experienced Board of Governors and Transition Board
- A supportive working environment, where talents are valued and nurtured
- An enthusiastic, motivated and driven team
- Opportunities to develop and a commitment to continuing professional learning
Please call Emma Formby to arrange a visit, request an application form or to discuss this role on 020 3194 3147 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 10th November at midday
Shortlisting: 20th November 2017
Interviews: 27th November 2017
This post is being re-advertised and previous applications have gone through a rigourous shortlisting process. Therefore, previous applicants need not apply.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff to share this commitment.