Can you enthuse, motivate and inspire colleagues, pupils, families, and communities?
Bright Futures Educational Trust is a highly collaborative organisation made up of twelve schools, based in the North West. We have an important and exciting opportunity for a Head of School at our South Shore Academy in Blackpool.
The successful candidate will provide strategic and operational leadership and management. They will lead on progress, participation and achievement for all, developing an environment where people are valued. They will be supported in maintaining good financial viability and will work with a very effective local governing body.
We are looking for candidates who will be ready to take on more responsibility having already performed successfully as part of a senior leadership team. They will use collaborative approaches to strive for excellence in both their own professional development and for high quality provision for all of our students. Community, integrity and passion will underpin everything that they do.
An information pack which provides details on Bright Futures, South Shore Academy and the role of Head of School, is on our website. The pack also explains how you can contact us for more information and to visit the school. http://www.bfet.co.uk/vacancies/.
Applications are via our online job application portal: Head of School Application Form - South Shore Academy and the closing date is 29 September 2021.
Salary: £76,515 to £82,344 per annum - Teachers’ Pension Scheme
NO AGENCIES PLEASE
Bright Futures Educational Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. Any successful applicant will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check.
South Shore Academy
- Mainstream school with state - academy funding
- Secondary School
- Students of mixed gender, age 11 - 16 years
South Shore Academy is a co-educational, 11-16 secondary school in Blackpool, Lancashire. It has around 900 pupils on its roll.
South Shore Academy was formerly Palatine Community Sports College, which was the beneficiary of a National Lottery grant ...