Deputy Headteacher - Arc School, Ansley, Warwickshire
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Deputy Headteacher. A competitive salary, negotiable dependent on skills, qualifications and experience is offered.
Main Roles and Responsibilities
- Promotion and development of learning and teaching across the school
- Quality Assurance and professional standards, including performance management
- Curriculum Forward Planning and timetable construction
- Data Analysis and Development
- Assessment, Recording and Reporting
- Continuing Professional Development and staff induction
- Leading whole staff and subject meetings
The role will additionally support the Headteacher in:
- School leadership and stimulating a positive ethos
- Strategic planning
- Staff development, appraisal and training
- Building and strengthening links with the wider school community
- Managing teaching and learning
- Ensuring high standards of behaviour
The role will also act as DSL for the setting.
- Qualified Teacher Status, preferably aspiring to NPQH
- 2:1 or above degree in a relevant subject
- Further relevant professional/academic study and evidence of CPD and knowledge of current issues in education
- At least 2 years of proven strong, successful leadership and management experience in a secondary school
- Experience of working effectively with vulnerable pupils (experience of working with pupils with ASC and SEMH preferred)
- Experience of developing policies and protocols
- Experience of managing and developing individuals and teams
Arc School Ansley is part of the Kedleston Group and opened in 2014.
We are an independent specialist day school in Ansley, a lovely small village, for children and young people aged between 11 and 17.
Our experienced team is dedicated to providing outstanding education to children and young people a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Condition, who may have many associated needs such as; social, emotional and mental health needs, communication needs and cognition and learning needs.
Many of our young people have experienced significant difficulties in mainstream school as a result of their associated social, emotional and mental health difficulties. We support our children and young people through specialist teaching and intervention including a range of therapeutic supports.
In return for your hard work and commitment we offer a competitive salary and other benefits including full school holidays, contributory pension scheme, comprehensive induction and ongoing training and professional development opportunities, refer-a-friend rewards, perks at work, employee assistance programme, birthday treats, employee of the month awards, cycle to work scheme.
Kedleston Group Limited is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its young people. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check. We are an equal opportunities employer welcoming applications from all sections of the community.