Job details

Job details
Employer Highfields Inclusion Partnership
Location Highfields Inclusion Partnership - Brinnington, Stockport
Salary L10 - L14 (£48,711 - £53,712)
Contract type Full Time
Contract term Permanent
Job dates
Posted New this week
Closing date
Job starts January 2018

  

HIGHFIELDS INCLUSION PARTNERSHIP PRU

Deputy Headteacher

Leadership Scale 10 – 14

For January 2018:

Highfields Inclusion Partnership is seeking to appoint a highly motivated and experienced teacher as its Deputy, who will assist the Headteacher in running a successful PRU that enables students to reach their full potential and supports educational providers.

We are looking for a professional with:-


  • Experience of leadership in improving teaching and learning
  • High expectations of pupil attainment and behaviour
  • Evidence of ability to enhance students’ good organisation and communication skills
  • The ability to lead and manage staff
  • Clear vision of and a commitment to inclusion.

Who will take the lead in the following areas:

  •  Teaching and learning
  •  Curriculum planning
  •  Assessment and target setting
  •  Deputising for Headteacher as necessary
  •  Self-evaluation

Highfields Inclusion Partnership is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of students and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment

Shortlisted candidates will be expected to complete a Disqualification Declaration. Appointment is subject to satisfactory pre-clearance including a Disclosure and Barring Service.

All details and application forms are available by e mail from: 

susan.ryan@hip.stockport.sch.uk

Highfields Inclusion Partnership is a Pupil Referral Unit for Y7 to Y11 students who have been, or are at risk of being, excluded from mainstream schools. Many of the students are expected to stay at Highfields for two/three terms, then return to a mainstream school or transfer to a specialist provision. 

There are currently 2 sites: the main site at Brinnington offers full time education to 85 students, in class sizes of 5, replicating a curriculum similar to that of a mainstream school; and the smaller site at Parkview, which provides short term placements to students awaiting a return to their original, a fresh start or specialist school; and also an alternative, vocational focussed provision for disengaged Y11 students.

Our aim is to re-engage students in education, enabling them to return to school or to move on to successful post 16 placements. Often the education packages are personalised to suit individual needs and include a variety of other interventions as part of a full wrap around service.

Further information about Highfields Inclusion Partnership can be found on their website: 

www.hip.stockport.sch.uk 

Closing date:   Friday 29th September 2017 

Interviews:   Monday 9th October 2017 & Tuesday 10th October 2017

   

Locations and contacts

Highfields
Essex Road
Stockport
Cheshire
SK5 8DR
United Kingdom