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Deputy Head Teacher

Lokasyon: FINCHLEY, LONDON Maaş: 54776 - 62000 GBP Per Annum
Sektör: Education Meslek türü: Sözleşmeli
Çalışma Şekli: N/A Başvurular: N/A
Yayınlandı: 8 günler önce Referans numarası: 3148247
A brillant new opportunity has arisen for a Deputy Head Teacher in an "Outstanding" School

They can offer:
 A very happy school where children’s learning and behaviour is “outstanding”
 A committed staff team with very supportive governors and parents
 A diverse school population with a strong commitment to inclusive practice

Are you an experienced school leader? Can you help inspire and motivate our pupils
and our school community? Do you have experience of teaching in the EYFS and
KS1? Have you worked closely with parents from a range of backgrounds to improve
children’s achievement?
We are looking for a committed, enthusiastic and creative Deputy Headteacher
to join our team and work in an environment that provides “outstanding”
(OFSTED) education for our pupils.


You will:
 Have a range of experience teaching across EYFS, KS1 and if possible, KS2
 Have proven experience of leadership and the ability to demonstrate high
expectations
 Be able to work successfully with children, parents, carers and staff
 Be motivated, pro-active and keen to make a difference

Job Summary
 To model outstanding classroom practice across the school
 To be an active member of the Senior Leadership Team
 To play a positive role in promoting the school’s aims and ethos and to
show by example the highest standards of professional conduct at all
times
 To take a leading role in whole school initiatives, such as curriculum
development, improvement planning, monitoring and evaluation, pupil
progress and other initiatives
 To undertake, in the absence of the Headteacher, the professional duties
of the Headteacher
Leadership
The Deputy Headteacher, working in partnership with the Headteacher and
Governing Body, will:
 Embed the vision and ethos of the school and its strategic direction.
 Analyse and plan for the school’s future needs, within the local and
national context
 Be actively involved in policy making and strategic planning, ensuring that
all children achieve the highest possible standards and make good
progress
 Assist the Headteacher in monitoring all aspects of teaching and learning
and take action as necessary to maintain high standards
Leading and Managing Staff
The Deputy Headteacher will:
 Assist the Headteacher to lead, motivate, support, challenge and develop
staff to secure improvement
 Take an active role in the management of staff appraisal, ensuring
challenging targets relating to pupil’s achievement are set and monitored
 Manage professional development across the school, (individual, group
and whole school)
 Actively support other Leaders in their work across the school
 Be responsible for the mentoring and induction of newly qualified staff in
relation to the standards for Qualified Teacher Status and induction
requirements
 Mentor students on teaching practice and organise and supervise work
experience students and volunteers
 Ensure good communication with all members of staff and support the
Headteacher in leading, motivating and supporting staff through periods
of change
 Oversee the formulation, development and publication of the SEF and the
School Improvement Plan
 With the Headteacher lead and manage safeguarding across the school,
ensuring all legal frameworks and guidance are implemented and
regularly monitored for efficacy
Teaching and Learning
The Deputy Headteacher will:
 Lead the development of teaching and learning across the school,
including assessment, data collection, analysis and reporting
 Lead and manage transition processes and procedures, (nursery to
reception/KS1 to KS2)
 Provide a model of outstanding classroom practice
 Assist the Headteacher and the Governing Body in securing and sustaining
effective teaching and learning across the school, monitoring and
evaluating the quality of teaching and standards of children’s achievement
 Ensure that high standards of physical and emotional care are maintained
 Promote positive learning and behavior attitudes
 Have a strategic responsibility, in conjunction with other Senior Leaders,
for the planning, coverage and delivery of the National Curriculum and
Early Years Foundation Stage requirements, teaching and learning
policies, record keeping and assessment



The following is essential to the role:
* Must have UK QTS
* Experience within leadership
*Must be able to commute to Barnet
* Must be able to start in January
* Must have a clean DBS

If the answer is yes, I look forward to hearing from you, 

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