Spalding St Pauls Community Primary School & Nursery is seeking to appoint an Assistant Headteacher (Teaching and Learning) L1-L3 from September 2019, or earlier if possible.
Do you thrive on a challenge? Are you driven by “drawing the best” out of others? St Pauls is looking for an enthusiastic and hardworking leader and teacher to join our highly committed and passionate team - someone with optimism, consistency, determination and with children’s best interests and outcomes at the heart of all they do.
We are looking for:
• A resilient person with a commitment to developing and sustaining change, which rapidly and consistently improves teaching and learning and pupil outcomes across the school.
• A consistently good or better, creative and innovative classroom practitioner, with high expectations for pupils’ work and what they can achieve.
• Someone who is full of ideas about developing teaching and teachers; a person who can bring out the best in their colleagues, with evidence of success in leading change to date.
We can offer you:
• A school where the children are friendly, eager and enthusiastic about learning and want to do their best.
• An offer of on-going professional development that meets current individual needs and encourages pursuit of future ambitions
• A culture where everyone is cared for, valued and humour is part of school life!
For more information, please visit our website: http://www.spaldingstpauls.org.uk
Visits to the school are warmly welcomed and highly encouraged.
To arrange an appointment or to receive an application pack, please call: Lisa Howling or Vanessa Cook at the school on 01775 723326.
Applications, including a personal statement that outlines relevant leadership and teaching achievements related to this post, should be returned by email to: LHowling@spaldingstpauls.org.uk
Closing date: Wednesday 26th April 2019 (midday)
Interviews: Friday 3rd May 2019
St Pauls Community Primary School & Nursery is an equal opportunities employer and employs suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment. Any appointments will be subject to satisfactory medical checks, references and an enhanced DBS check.
School website: http://www.spaldingstpauls.org.uk