Wellington College's Institute of Learning is seeking a Head of Primary to join in August 2022.
The key aims of the Head of Primary are to:
1. Inspire leaders, teachers, and TAs to deliver the highest possible education for the pupils.
2. Drive excellence in Primary & EAL teams across the WCC group of schools.
3. Support the school leaders in defining the strategic development for Primary School, as required.
4. Support the school leaders in preparation for meetings and sub-committees
5. Work with school staff, as agreed between the SDoA and Masters, to deliver high standards for Primary School Education across the WCC group.
6. Provide high-quality 1:1 support, group training, and CPD.
7. Support networks across the WCC group.
8. Help develop the leadership pipeline by nurturing future academic leaders.
9. Ensure identified staff have access to the most appropriate and highest quality training and development courses.
10. Lead on cross-group curriculum, assessment, and pedagogical development for Primary.
11. Support the growth and development of WCC by providing expertise and strategic input in Primary Education for new schools and to Business Development opportunities as required by the CEM
12. Extend WCC’s influence by speaking at conferences, networking, and writing materials as agreed between the CEM and the SDoA of IoL.
13. Provide consultancy and training courses to the wider community through the Institute of Learning, as agreed between the CEM and SDoA of IoL.
14. Keep up to date with developments in education in China, the UK, and globally.
The Head of Primary will be proactive, resilient, and professional. S/he will imbue the Wellington College values and communicate articulately and effectively within the Wellington community and externally.
For further information, kindly email Katie O'Flynn: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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