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Assistant Principal (Behaviour, Welfare and Safety)
Start: September 2022 or January 2023 (subject to notice period)
A once in a career opportunity to work in a brand new, state of the art £34 million school.
This is a genuinely unique opportunity to take on a founding role at the first 'all through' school in Essex.
The Beaulieu Park School opened the doors to 60 Reception children in September 2018. In September 2019, another cohort were welcomed into the Primary School, together with 180 Year 7 students. The school is growing each year with a new cohort of entry. We were pleased again this year that we were heavily oversubscribed with families nominating us as their first choice school. In September, we will have 1080 students in years R, 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9 and 10. Our school will grow one year at a time until it is full in 2024. We are already planning our 6thform provision.
We are seeking to appoint an Assistant Principal (Behaviour, Welfare and Safety) - to join the Senior Leadership Team and to work with them to ensure the school continues on its incredibly successful journey. This is a unique, whole school role and you will oversee all of our children Age 4-18.
The successful candidate will be an outstanding practitioner who has a successful record of success and enhancing the learning, experiences and personal growth of their students. They will be reflective, excited by taking risks, and accepting that failure is a part of the learning process. They will promote lifelong learning through their constant drive to improve their own practice, as well as supporting those they lead to develop their skills.They will believe passionately in the importance of education for all children, refusing to accept that disadvantage or SEND should limit ambition or potential.
This role will suit an existing Assistant Principal/Assistant Headteacher, excited by the prospect of a new and unique challenge, or an experienced middle leader, ready for their next career step. Specific responsibilities are outlined in the Job Description.
If you would like an informal conversation with the Principal (on the phone or virtually), please contact Mrs Baggott on 01245 943500 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date is 9am on Monday 27th June 2022Interviews will be held w/c 4 July 2022.
The Chelmsford Learning Partnership is committed within its schools to:
- Safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety, and the spiritual and cultural development of children and young people;
- Promoting equality of opportunity and community cohesion where the diversity of different backgrounds and circumstances is appreciated and positively valued;
- The fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance for those with different faiths and beliefs
and expects all staff, volunteers and other workers to share in this commitment.
As a trust, we welcome applications from colleagues from all backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications from colleagues from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds and people that identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender plus (LGBT+) as these groups are currently underrepresented in our trust.
In compliance with safer recruitment procedures and guidelines, all applications must be made on an application form, CVs will not be accepted. This appointment will be subject to pre-employment checks including an enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service and satisfactory references. The Chelmsford Learning Partnership is an equal opportunities employer.
Information about the School
The Beaulieu Park School is Essex’s first ‘All Through’ school and the primary phase opens for reception students in September 2018 with the secondary phase opening in September 2019. The Beaulieu Park School will welcome its first cohort of 60 reception aged children in two classes. In September 2019, 180 Year 7 students will be admitted. Year on year the school will grow, providing 420 places for local children between four and eleven years old by 2024 and 900 places for local children between 11 and 16 years old by 2023.