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The Roman Catholic Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle in partnership with South Tyneside Council

 

                            

                                                CHILDREN, ADULTS AND HEALTH

 

 

St. Gregory’s RC VA Primary School, Harton House Road East, South Shields, NE34 6DZ

Tel: 0191 4552909 Email: stgregorysrc@s-tyneside.net   Website: st-gregorys.co.uk

 

HEAD TEACHER

L13 – L19

 

Required for April 2020

 

Group 2, NOR: 211

 

The Governing Body of St Gregory’s RC VA Primary School would like to appoint an inspirational Leader following the retirement of our well respected Headteacher.  We are looking for an individual who brings strong, forward thinking leadership, has a clear strategic vision and drive to build upon the existing success of the school. 

 

The school exists to provide our children with a secure, caring, learning environment, which is founded on gospel values and the ideals of the partnership between home, school and parish. The schools Ofsted report from 2012 described our school as “Outstanding attainment and a high degree of pupils’ enjoyment in learning have helped to create a very successful school.”  

 

Our school provides a rich and inspiring curriculum. We seek to promote, to the utmost, the development of every child’s personal wholeness, integrity, gifts and creativity in a welcoming and loving school community. We do so in partnership with parents, guardians and all others who have the welfare of our children at heart. 

 

The successful candidate must have high expectations of all our pupils, driving forward academic excellence and nurturing the special gifts which make each child unique. You will develop and nurture strong relationships with the Parish and the wider school community, whilst continuing to strengthen the involvement of parents and carers across school life. Our school is a warm and welcoming to all who join us.

 

What Our School Offers:-

  • A caring, warm and happy school with well behaved, confident and achieving pupils who are proud of their school and feel safe within their school environment;
  • Dedicated staff, who are enthusiastic and deliver a vibrant curriculum.  “Teamwork in the school is strong and staff morale is very high.” (Ofsted);
  • A commitment to CPD for all staff;
  • Supportive parents and carers who are actively involved in the school, with an active Parent Association;
  • A strong partnership with the Parish, parents/carers, the local community, Diocese and the Local Authority;
  • An extremely supportive, ambitious and active Governing Board, who are committed to continuous improvement and excellence.

 

Applications are welcome from practising and committed Catholic Headteachers and Deputy Headteachers.

 

We welcome informal visits to the school and these can be arranged by contacting the school on 0191 4552909.

 

Shortlisting: 11 November 2019

 

Interviews: 27 November 2019

 

You will be an employee of the Board of Governors of the school.

 

The Governing Board and Diocese are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and vulnerable adults and the Headteacher must ensure that the highest priority is given to following the guidance and regulations to safeguard them.  The successful candidate will be required to undergo an Enhanced Check for Regulated Activity from the Disclosure and Barring Service.  Please note that the Childcare Disqualification Regulations 2009 apply to this position and therefore you are required to complete the ‘Disqualification by Association’ declaration form.  Should you be successful in your application for this post, your appointment cannot be progressed without this declaration.

 

For more information about our school please visit our website www.st-gregorys.co.uk

 

To find out more about this role and to apply please visit www.southtyneside.gov.uk

alternatively you can email jobs@southtyneside.gov.uk or call (0191) 455 4968.  BT Typetalkers welcome. 

 

Applications are to be returned to jobs@southtyneside.gov.uk by Noon, 6 November 2019.

 

 

 

 

 

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