Deputy Head Teacher
Leadership Scale L26 – L29
We are looking for an exceptional teacher and leader to join our team in January 2022. Stepney All Saints School is an outstanding and heavily oversubscribed inner-city CofE school. We take pride in our ethos of academic ambition, exceptionally high standards of achievement and behaviour, and tolerance and respect for all.
The post will focus on overall strategic responsibility for curriculum, teaching and learning. The post will also focus on key stage 3 behaviour and achievement. Further responsibilities may be further developed with you after your appointment dependant on your skillset.
In addition, all members of the SLT have a high profile about the school and the Sixth Form College.
We offer you:
• A vibrant multi-cultural environment
• An induction and support programme widely recognised for outstanding practice
• Continuous Professional Development to develop you towards your own headship in due course
• A very calm and orderly school based upon high standards of behaviour and an ethos of trust and care
• Progress 8 score of 0.7 (2019). The school was rated Outstanding in 2015.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
The successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.
We are committed to equality and welcome applications from all sections of the community.
Telephone inquiries are welcomed on 0207 790 6712.
The closing date for receipt of applications is 9am on Wednesday 20th October 2021.
Interviews to be held on Friday 22nd October 2021.
Stepney All Saints Church of England Secondary School
- Mainstream school with state - voluntary aided funding
- Secondary with sixth form
- Students of mixed gender, age 11 - 18 years
About Stepney All Saints School
Stepney All Saints Secondary School is an Ofsted and SIAMS Outstanding Church of England and multi-faith school extending from Year 7-11, with the Stepney All Saints 6th Form College focused on Year 12 and 13 learning.