Milton Abbey is a place for living, learning and sharing experiences, a place that offers an all-encompassing education spanning the classroom, games field, theatre, school farm and beyond.
Set in the historic buildings and idyllic grounds of a former monastery, Milton Abbey is a full-boarding school in the Dorset countryside for 250 boys and girls between 13 and 18 years old.
Milton Abbey believes in delivering a bespoke education, an education tailored to each pupil’s personal strengths and preferences, providing genuine stretch and challenge. Through offering parallel learning pathways, which allow pupils to study GCSEs and A-Levels alongside a wide range of vocational subjects, the school provides genuine breadth and choice.
The school is committed to equipping its pupils to succeed in an ever-changing global workplace and is proud of its culture of nurturing and encouraging entrepreneurial talent within pupils. It is a community which prides itself on excellent pastoral care and builds confidence and self-esteem in its pupils, where the individual really does matter and nobody is left behind.
The opportunity to lead Milton Abbey should appeal to those ambitious to be part of a unique school community offering a truly independent education. If you believe in the importance of championing the individual and share Milton Abbey’s commitment to finding the spark that ignites the passion in young people, please download the candidate brief from www.odgers.com/63539
Further information on Milton Abbey can be found at www.miltonabbey.co.uk
Covering letters, CVs and application forms should be submitted by Monday 2 October 2017.
Milton Abbey School (charity no. 306318) is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).