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Deputy Headteacher - Full-time

Callis Grange Nursery & Infant School, Broadstairs

  • Ref:KCC886-2329-74L
  • Posted:16/09/2021
  • Pay:Leadership Scale £42,195 - £49,019
  • Start Date:1st January 2022
  • App Close Date:27/09/2021 at 09:00
  • Interviews:Friday 8th October 2021


Due to the promotion of our Deputy Headteacher, the school is seeking to appoint an inspirational and visionary leader to join our popular outstanding school and help build upon its existing strengths.


We are looking for someone who:

  • is able to lead strategically and drive forward development and improvement.
  • is not afraid of change or a challenge and is able to lead this where required.
  • is an outstanding teacher and able to be the leader of ‘outstanding’ teaching and learning with the highest expectations of pupils and staff.
  • has the knowledge and skills to lead the teaching and learning of Mathematics across the school as a subject.
  • has the necessary skills and expertise to lead on assessment and the monitoring, analysis and evaluation of pupil achievement data.
  • has strong leadership and management skills and can inspire, motivate and challenge staff leading by example.
  • has excellent interpersonal and communication skills to lead on and promote positive supportive relationships with parents and the school community.
  • has excellent relationships with children.


The school offers:

  • a highly motivated, talented and dedicated staff team who are committed to building on the strengths of the school.
  • enthusiastic, happy children who are proud of their school.
  • a strong commitment to continual professional development.
  • supportive governors and parents.
  • excellent working conditions and resources.
  • a genuine opportunity to lead and make a difference.


The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and the post is subject to a satisfactory DBS.


Visits to the school are encouraged.  Please contact the school to arrange an appointment with the Headteacher.

Information about the school

Callis Grange Nursery and Infant School is a co-educational Local Authority community school for children aged three to seven years. ‘It is an outstanding school that gives its pupils an excellent start to their education’ Ofsted 2007. It has a nursery on site with 26 places, three reception classes, three Year 1 classes and three Year 2 classes each with 30 pupils. The school is popular and significantly oversubscribed each year.

The school is lucky to have amazing grounds which have been well developed to provide an outdoor learning area for each year group and also a forest school.

The school has achieved a number of national awards, including Investors in People, Healthy School status, Early Years, Eco School and Active Mark Gold. There are Leading Teachers for literacy, ICT and Healthy Schools. The school is recognised by the Local Authority as a centre of excellence for transition from the Foundation Stage to Year 1.

Our pupils are enthusiastic and hard working. Their needs are well met by our experienced teaching staff who are always looking for ways to improve their practice.

The school and its curriculum aim to build on and complement the learning that has already started at home, in relation to moral values, attitudes and awareness of society. We aim to work in partnership with parents/carers in developing pupils personally and emotionally as young citizens in modern Britain.

At Callis Grange, we aim to provide a stable, caring, learning environment in which children are happy to attend, are stimulated, keen to learn and flourish. We listen to our pupils and allow them to make decisions for the school which has been an extremely powerful part of our ongoing school development. We love to celebrate the children’s achievements, whether academic, sports, music, art or otherwise.

Job Contact Information

Fax: 01843-867092


Below are documents that have been added to this vacancy.

Our School and all its personnel are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service.