Eden Boys’ Leadership Academy, Birmingham East is a new, non-selective, all-ability secondary free school for boys aged 11–18, which has a proposed opening date of September 2018. It will be part of a successful family of schools, run by the Tauheedul Education Trust.
The school is part of Tauheedul Education Trust, one the UK’s leading education providers. Through our mission of educational excellence, character development and service to communities, we aim to fulfil our vision of nurturing today’s young people and inspiring tomorrow’s leaders.
We are seeking to appoint an outstanding Director of Learning - English and Communications (subject specialism English) as part of our founding leadership team.
• be an outstanding teacher and an inspirational leader
• be an excellent manager, with an eye for operational detail and an understanding of data
• be committed to delivering outstanding systems and processes within the faculty
• be committed to professional development and improving yourself and others
• have experience of consistently delivering high standards of pupil achievement and attainment.
You will find a school that:
• is passionate about its mission of ‘promoting a culture of educational excellence within a caring and secure Islamic environment’
• has a supportive ethos and concern for the well-being of all members of our learning community
• has high ambitions for all and provides excellent opportunities for professional development
• is well-ordered with high standards of commitment from students, staff and parents.
For an informal and confidential discussion, please contact Zahra Ravat at Eden Boys’ School, Birmingham on 0121-657-7070 or Zehraa Alam at Tauheedul Education Trust on 0330-313-9902
Applications are completed online via the TES application system.
Closing date: Monday 23 April, 12pm
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All posts within our school are subject to satisfactory references, DBS and health clearances and proof of legal working in accordance with the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996.