The Griffin Schools Trust is a unique family of schools in the Midlands, London and the South East united in building great schools on the three pillars of Proud Traditions, Wide Horizons and High Achievement.
Our single most important mission is to provide the conditions for children to discover who they are and then to go on confidently to take their places in society and to make a personal difference through the use of their talents. We will never teach children to know their places.
The Trust now seeks a Deputy Head for:
Lammas School (c 690 on roll)
150 Seymour Road, Leyton, London E10 7LX
Salary L20-24 Outer London
Lammas School has a proud history and now is looking for a Deputy Head who will galvanise the whole staff team to challenge students further, to use their own high level subject knowledge, well-honed practice and wider interests to make school a great place to be for students and staff alike.
Standards are firmly on the agenda, but our mission is much broader and includes to become a beacon of Great secondary provision and the school of choice for our two local Outstanding Griffin Schools Trust Primary Schools.
How to apply
Great leaders come from all sorts of backgrounds and in all shapes and sizes. You could currently be in the independent, international or UK state sector. We will consider your application in the context of your values and track record.
Please research the Trust and the school and tell us in no more than two sides of A4 what you have achieved so far in leading Teaching and Learning, the development of community and why you should join the Lammas School leadership team.
Please also attach a full CV with the names and contact details of two referees addressed to Carla Kenny to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date Thursday 22 February 2024, midday.
Interviews will be held on Monday 26th & Tuesday 27th February 2024.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service. It is our duty to conduct online searches of all potential candidates, keeping in line with Keeping Children Safe in Education 2023.
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