Deputy Headteacher: Redhill School
Start date: Required from Easter or September 2020
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: L22 – L26
Contract term: Permanent
This is an exciting time to be part of the future success at Redhill school. The successful candidate will join a new dynamic, and innovative leadership team with the vision to ensure every learner flourishes through excellent teaching and learning and high quality pastoral care.
Redhill is a thriving and successful 11-16 comprehensive school. Academic achievement and attainment are high, the school has a rich and rigorous curriculum combined with excellent teaching and learning. We are fully committed to Redhill being a school that has ‘commitment to excellence’ in all aspects of school life.
Our students are bright, articulate, fun to be with, and rightly, expect that their teachers will share and encourage their aspirations. As staff, we all offer students every possible opportunity beyond the classroom with a wide range of extra-curricular activities, support and pastoral care. We offer wellbeing support and aim to develop not just the academic abilities of our students but also the confidence, life skills, personal qualities and values to succeed in a fast moving and competitive world.
As part of the Stour Vale trust Redhill is committed to collaborative work in order to improve the effectiveness of the schools within the trust. Our multi academy trust is based on a ‘commitment to excellence’, the schools work closely in supporting all schools in the trust. We place trust and transparency as the core values our success is based upon.
This post requires an ambitious, innovative, hardworking individual who is committed to giving our students the confidence and knowledge to reach their highest potential. We are looking to appoint a new school leader who embodies our ethos of a ‘commitment to excellence’ themselves and has a passion and excitement about the future of education in Stourbridge. The level of experience required will be broad and reflective of all areas of school life. Knowledge and experience of highly effective systems for school improvement, the ability to link assessment information towards raising standards and a track record of improving teaching and learning are essential to be successful in the role.
We feel this is a unique opportunity. If you share our passion, energy, enthusiasm and determination to improve the progress of our students, and wish to be part of leading a high achieving school of professional colleagues within this close-knit environment, then we look forward to receiving your application.
If you would like to make an informal visit to the school before making an application, please contact Joanne Endicott on 01384 816355 to arrange a suitable time (please also see full candidate pack for dates).