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An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Deputy Headteacher to start with us from September 2022. This is a non-class based post with teaching responsibilities.
We welcome applications from candidates who:
- Have the knowledge, experience and passion to take on the responsibility as our school's Curriculum Leader.
- Have a proven track record of outstanding/good practice
- Have excellent interpersonal skills
- Have an ability to inspire and motivate others
- Places the outcomes and the welfare of the children at the heart of everything they do
- Will promote our school's vision, values and Christian distinctiveness
- Will help lead our school on its journey from Ofsted Good to Outstanding
In return we offer:
- Full induction training in all of our current curriculum programmes, such as Power Maths and Chris Quigley's 'Essential Curriculum'
- A dynamic and inspirational Headteacher
- A staffing team who enjoy collaboration with school leaders and learning from them
- A passionate and driven staff team, motivating pupils to achieve their best
- Respectful, confident and hardworking pupils
- A Governing Body that fully supports all the work that the school does
- Continuing professional development opportunities
- Strong links with other schools
We strongly encourage all potential applicants to visit our school.
To arrange a visit please contact Sue Petchey (School Business Manager) on 01992 574 890
Information about the School
Information about our school
Situated in the beautiful village of Coopersale, near the Essex town of Epping, we overlook the picturesque Epping Forest. We are currently a one-form entry school ranging from Reception to Year 6. Currently we have 195 pupils on roll, including an additional Year 5 class (bulge year).
As a local authority maintained Church of England primary school, we believe in serving our community. We nurture and inspire the development of the whole child. The deeper learning, we provide, represents the current world we live in and provides the cultural capital that children need to function as ambitious, informed and thoughtful members of our local, British and global community.