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Our children are at the very centre of all we do at Frances Olive Anderson Church of England School. We have a strong, dedicated team of staff who work tirelessly to provide an exciting and enriched curriculum from which all our pupils learn. Each individual learner is carefully planned for and teaching and learning methods deployed to ensure ALL pupils make progress from their starting points academically and emotionally. Our mission statement underpins our approach at all times:
‘Being Different, Belonging Together,’
We celebrate and share our differences and similarities. In doing so, we realise the valuable contribution which all members of the community can make to Frances Olive Anderson Church of England Primary School. We continually review our practice to take into account the different needs and contributions of pupils, staff, parents and Governors. All of our pupils are guided, cared for and supported in a close partnership with parents and the community; promoting the culture of belonging and working together.... Read more about the school ..
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Sarah Woolley Headteacher
Mrs Sue Rockall Chair of Governors
Deputy Head Teacher Vacancy
Following the retirement of our Deputy Head Teacher, we are looking to recruit an enthusiastic, outward looking and highly skilled teacher to join our committed and happy team at Frances Olive Anderson Church of England School.
This is an extremely exciting opportunity to work with a new and developing leadership team which has shown rapid improvement across a range of areas since September 2015.
The post would involve a 4 day teaching commitment in Key Stage 2, half a day PPA and half a day leadership time. The applicant will need to have a passion for improving the outcomes for all pupils and the ability to hold others to account to ensure improvement continues. A strong role model with high expectations of staff and pupils is an essential requirement.
The successful candidate would be required to:
Lead teaching and learning across the school
Be an excellent communicator with proven interpersonal skills
Have experience of leading and managing change
Be the subject leader for Mathematics across the school
Be responsible for the provision for pupils in receipt of pupil premium funding
To deputise in the absence of the Head teacher
Work effectively with staff, governors, pupils and their families and the extended community
To be a designated safeguarding person
To co-ordinate and monitor the impact of lesson study throughout school
To lead and develop the role of the school council
To monitor subject leadership across the school
To work with HT on assessment and reporting systems
To support SENDco in allocating TAs and developing their role to include quality assurance of teaching interventions.
We can offer you:
A strong, caring and inclusive Christian ethos where all are valued
An opportunity to join a dynamic, new leadership team
A commitment to your on-going CPD
A dedicated, caring, supportive and enthusiastic team of pupils, staff and governors
Start date January 2017
Closing date is Monday 11th July 2016
Short listing date is Wednesday 13th July 2016
Interview date is Friday 15th July
Successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.
Visits to the schools are welcome and encouraged.
For an application pack please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01427 612827