Headteacher SEN Secondary School - Hampshire/Surrey - 75 - 87k
This Outstanding School (Ofsted outstanding 2019) requires a new Head.
The previous Head has been there 5 years and the Head before that 20 years.
Over 200 pupils with Moderate Learning Difficulties attend this school.
"Teachers expect the very best from their pupils.
Pupils rise to the challenges their teachers set them and produce high-quality work. Extra help is on hand for those who need it.
Pupils love to talk about their learning and are rightly proud of their achievements. Pupils are polite and respectful to their teachers and to each other.
They know how important it is to behave well and they move around the school in a calm and mature way.
Pupils who find it harder to manage their feelings get effective support.
Pupils understand that there are different kinds of bullying.
They say that bullying is very rare in their school.
They report that teachers deal firmly with any pupils who are unkind or mean to others. All pupils take part in exciting clubs, trips and residential visits.
These experiences enrich their learning and widen their horizons.
The headteacher’s compelling vision for an education that prepares pupils for life and work as independent adults is fully shared by his staff.
Pupils study a varied and well-balanced curriculum, which includes a sharp focus on reading and writing.
In key stage 4, all pupils experience the world of work.
Teachers of all subjects have a deep understanding of their pupils’ individual needs. Teachers use their strong subject knowledge and careful assessment of pupils’ learning to plan work that builds on what pupils know and can do.
They challenge pupils to think hard and solve tricky problems."
Call or email Rob Ford to discuss this role further
You will need an enhanced DBS for this position.
Due to the large volume of response we receive you will only be contacted if your skills and experience match what our client is looking for.
As defined under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Integritas Education is a Data Controller and a Data Processor, and our legal basis for processing your personal data is 'Legitimate Interests’. You have the right to object to us processing your data in this way. For more information about this, your rights, and our approach to Data Protection and Privacy, please visit our website.