Inclusion Leader / Assistant Head - Outstanding Primary

40000.00 - 51000.00 GBP Annual + GBP40000 - GBP51000/annum Inner London Pay Scale
08 Feb 2017
22 Feb 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Inclusion Leader / Assistant Head - Outstanding Primary - Lewisham, South East London

An unmissable position has become available for an Assistant Headteacher to lead on Inclusion a large and Outstanding primary school in Lewisham, South East London.

This is a truly inspirational school that now has the post of Assistant Headteacher leading on Inclusion which is to start September 2017.

If you're an Assistant Headteacher leading on Inclusion already, but looking for better environment look no further. Equally if you are looking to step up into senior leadership and inclusion is an area of expertise then this opening could be tailor made for you!

***Assistant Headteacher leading on Inclusion
***Inspirational and Outstanding Primary School
***Located in Lewisham, South East London
***Leadership scale depending on experience
***Permanent, Full-Time position starting September 2017
***School has been graded 'Outstanding' by OFSTED in all areas
***Become part of an inspirational team led by one of the most well respected and talented leaders
***Large and modern primary - Now oversubscribed - Popular with parents and governors

If you're an inclusion expert and talented leader this fabulous school want to hear from you!

You must be experienced and passionate about inclusion and keen on joining an inspirational leadership team this September.

A large and multicultural primary, this school is found in Lewisham, South East London and is a 3 minute walk from the local train station which is a mere 20 minutes from London Bridge, so good commuting links via tube and rail. The school has a staff car park as well, just in case you like to drive. The school has the tools in place to expertly handle its above average numbers of EAL and high free school meals intake. This school is now a noted training school and produces multiple GOOD and OUTSTANDING teaching professionals each academic year.

The successful candidate must be a positive and professional practitioner, able to ensure the schools inclusiveness is upheld to the highest standards. This is a key area for the Headteacher due to the high numbers of students with needs in this area. They are looking for an Inclusion Leader who won't just maintain the standards already achieved but also has the drive to make an impact immediately.

This Assistant Headteacher leading on inclusion ultimately has a strong focus on raising attainment, and making sure every pupil is catered for, no matter what their ability is. The school boasts an excellent track record in supporting its staff team to achieve individual professional development goals. There is a real sense here that league tables and results, although important, are not the be all and end all