Assistant Headteacher Inclusion & SEND Leader - Full-time

Recruiter
BLEAN PRIMARY SCHOOL
Location
Blean
Salary
L1-4
Posted
12 Mar 2018
Closes
14 Mar 2018
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Pay: L1-4 Required from 1st September 2018 The Governing Body of this successful two form entry Primary School are seeking to appoint a permanent, full time Assistant Headteacher/Inclusion Manager This is an exciting opportunity and new post within our leadership structure. We are looking for: A reflective practitioner exemplifying an outstanding standard of teaching; fully committed to inclusion for all children Good knowledge and understanding of the primary curriculum and pedagogy with the ability to work with the SLT to monitor, review, evaluate and improve the learning across the school An extensive knowledge of overcoming barriers to learning for SEN and PP pupils Evidence of making a positive and measurable impact on a whole school initiative and pupil outcomes The ability to think strategically and take others with you An excellent team player with the ability to enthuse and motivate We can offer: Highly motivated, well behaved and enthusiastic children Supportive parents and carers with high expectations A leadership team who are committed to making the school the best it can be A committed team of staff willing to learn from and with each other Opportunities to develop your leadership role in order to take the next step in your career Visits to the school are welcomed and encouraged. Please email or telephone 01227 471254 option 5, to book one of the following dates: Tuesday 6th February at 1.30pm Thursday 8th February at 10.45am and 2.30pm Friday 9th February at 9.30am Thursday 22nd February at 10.45am We are committed to Safer Recruitment. All appointments are subject to the relevant recruitment checks. Closing Date: 12/03/2018 at 12:00 Interviews: w/c 19th March 2018 Information about the school We are a popular, creative and imaginative school set on the outskirts of Canterbury on a spacious site. Ofsted judged us as ‘Outstanding' in our recent Inspection (March 2016); with leadership described as ambitious an inventive. Leadership at all levels was recognised as a strength and our Forum Group praised as a ‘dynamic, expert, passionate and creative group of middle leaders'. We are an inclusive school and all our children, including those with special educational needs and children who are less advantaged, make excellent progress and achieve highly. We have a strong track record of collaborative working with the EduCant group of schools and in providing high quality professional development through our Learning and Development Centre. Teaching is of a consistently high standard and we use action research based enquiry as a tool to reflect and improve practice. If you feel you have the skills and knowledge to support us in the next phase of the school's development and would like to know more about our school visit our school website. Our School and all its personnel are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service. KTJ1

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