Are you an experienced, courageous leader looking for a new challenge in a high performing school?
Does working with children and young people in a multi-cultural London school inspire you?
Do you share our determination to give all our students the opportunity to achieve and succeed in education?
Could you develop a school wide culture of growth and excellence?
Based in West London, our large, vibrant and successful school is at the heart of our local community. Our School is known for its academic success, our extensive facilities and the nurturing support we offer each of our students. Our approach recognises the importance of every student being given the chance to discover and develop their interests and talents. We have high expectations of all within our school community.
- We are ambitious about what our students can achieve.
- We encourage all to achieve their maximum potential irrespective of race, gender, background or ability.
- We recognise the importance of hard work and help each student take responsibility for their own work.
- We provide encouragement, care and support for all students including those with learning difficulties.
We are seeking candidates who can provide outstanding educational leadership with a proven track record of staff development and change management. School governors are keen to appoint an individual who is not afraid to express their own vision for the school and has the personal attributes to inspire our staff, the local community, pupils and their families. Find out more about our School at www.draytonmanorhighschool.co.uk
To receive an application form, book a school visit or for a confidential conversation about the role, please contact Adam Stanley on 07778 819105 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Visits to our school by potential applicants are always welcomed.
Application deadline: 12 noon, Friday 7 February 2020
Interviews are scheduled for 27th and 28th February 2020.
Drayton Manor High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We will implement robust recruitment procedures and checks for appointing staff and volunteers to ensure that reasonable steps are taken not to appoint a person who is unsuitable to work with children, or who is disqualified from working with children.