Teignmouth Community School – Exeter Road
Jan 2019 or September 2018 for available candidate
Salary: Leadership Scale Pt 31-36
Contract: Full-Time, Permanent
Following the resignation of the previous Principal, Directors wish to appoint an inspirational leader to the post of Principal of Teignmouth Community School – Secondary School and Sixth Form, with a roll of 1,050. The post offers an exciting opportunity for you to join a high quality school and our developing MAT at a key stage in its evolution.
As Principal you will have autonomy over most aspects of the leadership of the School within the supportive context of the overall policies and structures of the Trust.
We are looking to appoint an experienced, successful and forward thinking leader with drive and ambition to build on the success to date of our vibrant, inclusive and dynamic school. Should you be appointed, you will work within a very positive environment where strong commitment to the needs of pupils is paramount
For more information about the school, please visit our website: www.teignmouth.devon.sch.uk; for an informal conversation about the post contact Dr Tony Gray Chief Executive Officer for the Trust firstname.lastname@example.org or to arrange a visit during the week beginning Monday 4 June contact Mrs Nicola Radford, Personnel Officer, email@example.com
Teignmouth Learning Trust
Teignmouth Community School is a successful 2-18 academy situated on the South Devon Coast, in the heart of the local community. Judged by Ofsted to be a ‘Good’ school at both Primary and Secondary sites, our Board of Directors are committed to ensuring the school has a clear direction and strategy, and that it is financially viable. In our role as a “critical friend”, we strive to work with the great leaders and teachers here to help the school achieve its aims and deliver the best possible support and outcomes to our students.
We welcome people with the commitment and skills to join our Board, and at this time have vacancies for Non-Staff Directors with general business experience especially, but not exclusively, in the areas of resource and human resource management. The job is a voluntary one, although expenses are available, and it requires attendance at six evening meetings each academic year, with a further 4-5 days’ worth of commitment at times to suit. There is training and support in place, and the role does provide a degree of professional and personal development, as well as a sense of satisfaction.
If you want to help TCS develop as much as we do, please contact the Clerk to Directors at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
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