Deputy Head Teacher

We are recruiting for a Deputy Head Teacher to join a specialist day and residential school.

Posted: 6 Feb 2024

Salary:

  • £67,351.00-£74,283.00 per year

Location:

  • Birmingham
  • Full-time

Job Type:

  • Permanent

The school has 149 secondary-age students between 11-19 years old who have autism and additional needs.

 

Responsibilities:

  •  Provide professional leadership and management for all staff to ensure high-quality education, including teaching and learning, effective use of resources, and exceptional student outcomes
  • • Collaborate with the Governors, Head Teacher, Senior Leadership Team, and stakeholders to secure high standards across all areas of provision
  • • To have a lead role in school improvement and development strategy
  •  To promote the vision, values, and core principles of the school in line with school policies
  • To robustly lead on the quality assurance of the Quality of Education; Leading on: lesson observations, learning walks, student engagement, progress, and marking and feedback

 

Skills:

  •  Strong educational background with experience working with young people with autism
  •  Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  •  Ability to make informed decisions and solve problems effectively
  •  Knowledge of current educational trends and best practices
  •  Strong organizational and time management skills
  •  Ability to inspire and motivate students, staff, and parents

 

As a Deputy Head Teacher, you will play a critical role in shaping the educational experience for students. Your leadership, expertise, and dedication will contribute to the success of the school community. If you are passionate about education and have the necessary skills, we invite you to apply for this rewarding position.

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