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The Governors of Hadlow Primary School are looking to appoint a dedicated, energetic and highly motivated teacher to become our new Deputy Headteacher due to the retirement of the current long-serving Deputy. You will support the Headteacher and work with the whole school community to drive school improvement.
The ideal candidate will be:
• An outstanding and inspirational classroom practitioner.
• Passionate about inclusive learning, demonstrating high expectations in all aspects of school life.
• Accustomed to working strategically to ensure whole school improvement.
• A person with integrity who is able to motivate and inspire others.
• Flexible and approachable, with excellent communication skills and an enduring sense of humour!
• Self-motivated, happy to face challenges and able to lead, embrace and initiate change.
We can offer you:
• Happy, hard-working, beautifully behaved pupils.
• A close working partnership with the Headteacher.
• An exciting opportunity to contribute to lasting and effective change in an improving school.
• Access to high quality professional development.
• Supportive and dedicated staff, PTA and Governors.
• An excellent, well-resourced learning environment.
• Extensive grounds, including a heated swimming pool, where outdoor learning is highly valued.
You will have responsibility for a small Year 5 class of eighteen pupils, with one and a half days’ non-contact time for leadership duties.
Hadlow is a friendly and highly successful village school, with a strong ethos based on key learning values. There are 7 classes with 179 pupils on role. We have a committed and enthusiastic staff who are determined to enable every child to flourish and grow by providing a stable, caring environment in which children are stimulated and challenged to learn. We cater for a wide range of abilities, and all children are supported to build learning resilience to achieve at their highest level. Visits to the school are welcomed and encouraged.
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