Assistant Head Inclusion (including SENDCO)
Our popular 3 form entry Primary school is seeking to appoint an Assistant Headteacher for Inclusion. This role incorporates the SENDCO role and the successful applicant will have SENCO experience and the National SENCO award.
The successful applicant will not be class-based, but will have a teaching commitment across the school to support colleagues, ensure high quality teaching and good outcomes for SEND, New to English and vulnerable children. You will join an enthusiastic and committed senior leadership team who work together, supporting each other to make Margaret McMillan a great place to learn and work.
We are looking for a high-quality professional who will:
- Hold QTS and the National Senco Award
- Be an excellent role model of teaching and learning.
- Be able to motivate and lead a team.
- Contribute to whole school evaluation, monitoring and development.
- Be an appraiser for their team.
- Attend Senior Leadership meetings on a regular basis.
We can offer:
- A supportive and experienced leadership team and dedicated, friendly staff
- An exciting and innovative place to work
- An appropriate degree of autonomy and control
We continue to be a good school as judged by Ofsted in December 2019, and we are looking for a dynamic, inspirational individual to support our team of committed and enthusiastic professionals on our journey to become outstanding. We believe that investing in our staff creates the best outcomes for our children.
We offer comprehensive CPD opportunities which embrace change and innovation and work closely in partnership with the other local Primary Schools in the Priestley Academy Trust.
To arrange a visit to the school please contact the school office on 01274 495934.
If you feel you have the qualities we are looking for please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an application pack
Closing date: 9am, Monday 19th October 2020
Interviews: Thursday 22nd October 2020
CVs will not be accepted for this post.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All posts are subject to vetting and recruitment checks, including a satisfactory enhanced disclosure from the DBS and proof of eligibility to work in the UK.