Outwood Academy Portland is looking to recruit a dynamic and inspiring Assistant Principal who has a passion for ensuring every child receives the very best level of education possible.
The role calls for an outstanding teacher with the tenacity and integrity to deliver in challenging circumstances; with the ability to identify and remove barriers, communicate an inspirational vision that motivates and enthuses staff, and focus on empowering people to ensure all students excel. The successful candidate will be required to teach outside of their subject specialism where required.
The academy benefits from being part of the Outwood Family of Schools and you will be joining an expanding, highly innovative, inspirational and ambitious organisation. OGAT is recognised as a high performing chain of schools and is the highest performing Family of Schools in the north of England. The Trust affords opportunities for staff to work and progress across several schools if desired. We guarantee every member of staff CPD and a further comprehensive programme of professional development is provided through the Outwood Institute of Education.
For more information and to apply online, please go to: www.outwood.com > Careers.
Closing date: Midday on 25 January 2021.
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Outwood Academy Portland
- Mainstream school with state - academy funding
- Secondary with sixth form
- Students of mixed gender, age 11 - 18 years
Chief Executive Officer: Martyn Oliver
Principal: Godsway Dzoboku
We are an Outstanding 11-18 academy based in the large friendly town of Worksop, near Sheffield and Nottingham.
Since joining the Outwood family in 2012, we have been rated Outstanding...