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Deputy Head Teacher

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Vacancy Summary
Employer:
The Lion Academy. c/o Barclay Primary School, Canterbury Road, Leyton. E10 6EJ
Salary:
£57,180 - £62,745
Location:
Lion Academy Trust, Canterbury Road, Leyton, London
Contract:
Permanent
Working Pattern:
Full Time
Hours:
36+ hours per week. Leadership.
DBS Check:
Enhanced
Closing Date:
25/10/2019 at 12:00 PM
Reference:
SCH/19/111541
Vacancy Description

Would you like to work for a caring & supportive employer with dedicated career development pathways for all staff?

 Do you have a relentless focus on improving outcomes & life chances for all pupils irrespective of context or situation? Apply now!

 The Lion Academy Trust has an outstanding reputation nationally, is high performing and innovative, with schools based in London, Essex and Northamptonshire. 

 This is an exciting opportunity for a Deputy Head Teacher to join our London team and make a positive impact in raising standards and the quality of experience for our children. 

 Working with the Head of School and alongside the Executive team, you will be based at Barclay Primary School, Leyton and be responsible for the operational implementation of Trust agreed strategies and processes across the school.

 We are seeking a Deputy Head Teacher who is:

  • an innovative, creative and strategic thinker • able to lead, motivate, challenge and inspire whole school communities • committed to achieving the highest possible standards of learning and teaching • dynamic and enthusiastic with the vision and energy to help lead schools to excellence • friendly and approachable with excellent communication skills and a passion for teaching • experienced in school improvement with a proven track record of success and strong leadership in developing teaching and learning.

 We can offer you:

  • Vibrant schools situated in culturally diverse areas of North and East London with all the rewards and opportunities this brings • Lively, friendly and aspirational children who are determined to make the most of their schooling • A dynamic and dedicated team of teachers and support staff who want the best for their children. • Innovative CPD which is of the highest quality. • Career progression and leadership opportunities • A supportive and forward thinking Trust Board, Parental Advisory Body and parent community. • Excellent opportunities for further professional development, through the Lion Academy Trust. The successful candidate will raise expectations and aspirations, promote the Trust’s pedagogy for highly effective learning and help achieve positive outcomes for children. We offer you a great opportunity to develop your career in a well-respected, Multi Academy Trust working with a forward thinking, vibrant and very supportive team. The successful candidate will raise expectations and aspirations, promote the Trust’s pedagogy for highly effective learning and help achieve positive outcomes for children.  We offer you a great opportunity to develop your career in a well-respected, Multi Academy Trust working with a forward thinking, vibrant and very supportive team 

Closing Date: Friday 25th October 2019 12.00 pm Interviews Week.comm: Monday 28th October 2019 All inquiries should be made to Lucinda Lord, Employee Engagement Manager recruitment@lionacademytrust.net  

Any offer of employment for this post will be subject to a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service, medical checks and two positive reference checks. References will be requested prior to interview.

Our Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Lion Academy Trust Company No. 8171341



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- Opposing all forms of discrimination, intolerance and disadvantage

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