8th December 2021
HEAD TEACHER FROM 25th April 2022
ISR Salary Range: L19 to L27 £65,735 to £79,958)
Due to impending retirement of our current Headteacher, Mr Richard Baker, the Governing Body of St Wilfrid’s Catholic Primary School wish to appoint a dedicated, inspirational and committed individual to the post of Head Teacher from 25th April 2022.
St Wilfrid`s is a successful and highly respected Catholic school in the Castle Bromwich area of Birmingham, blessed with a strong history of leadership and Governorship, good academic results; a thriving and popular school in a diverse community setting; outstanding pastoral care; strong links with families and the parish community; hard working and well-behaved pupils and staff who work hard to enable pupils to achieve their full potential.
Our current Headteacher has been in post for 16 years and has established a strong catholic education offer and ethos for both children, parents and staff. Mr Baker is leaving a great legacy for the in-coming newly appointed Headteacher.
In addition to helping pupils achieve well, staff, leaders and governors make a strong contribution to pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.
We are looking for somebody who:
In return, we can offer:
St Wilfrid`s is part of Our Lady`s and All Saint`s Multi Academy Company, newly formed in April 2021. We are a new MAC consisting of 13 schools with an ambitious vision and mission to promote Catholic Education through being a “family” of schools strong in faith. This is a great time to join a new MAC that is building our “family” of schools for the future. You will be expected to play your part in our strategic and operational development. It is fast paced but exciting and great time to join this Catholic MAC and further your development as a leader in Catholic education.
Further information and an application pack is available under the vacancies section of our website click here: https://www.stwilfrd.bham.sch.uk/web
The application closing date 5.00pm on Tuesday 4th January 2022.
Please return your application to email@example.com
Shortlisting will take place on Wednesday 5th January, with proposed interview dates of 12th-14th January.
If you have any questions please send these via email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, you may wish to speak to the Headteacher or the Catholic Senior Executive Leader
Headteacher: Mr R. Baker 0121 675 3319
Catholic Senior Executive Leader: Peter Davis 07738 013672
St Wilfrid's Catholic Primary School
Visits to school are warmly welcomed, please contact Mrs Caroline Harrison, School Business Manager via email or telephone 0121 675 3319 to make an appointment.
St Wilfrid’s is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. The offer of employment is subject to the satisfactory completion of all necessary pre-employment checks. These checks include an enhanced DBS certificate, satisfactory references including absence, Childcare Disqualification check, Teacher Prohibition check, Qualifications, Health Questionnaire, Identity and the Right to Work in the UK.
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