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You will develop the capacity in both staff and pupils to achieve their individual potential; deliver a creative and enriched curriculum; work alongside families and the local community; and be part of a global community of charitable, educational and business partners.
This is an exceptional opportunity to work within a vibrant atmosphere and a supportive setting.
Your leadership role will need to evolve as the School grows, currently the School consists of Reception, Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3, it will grow to capacity in 2016.
The primary school will be a feeder school for the Nishkam High School where pupils can go onto the Sixth Form.
The school is based in an excellent newly refurbished Grade II listed building with ingenious incorporation of school extension producing a very warm, light filled environment.
The highly commended building was funded by both DfE and in part by charity and 50,000 man hours of volunteering galvanising community colloboration.
Build an environment through a values-led education, encourages love, humility and service, that recognises all humanity as one.
Ensure excellence in teaching and achievement throughout the curriculum within the context of faith inspired, values-led School.
Ensure that standards of teaching and learning at KS1 & KS2 are a benchmark for excellence.
Nurture a culture that cherishes childhood, stimulates the spirit of adventure and ignites a passion for lifelong learning.
Establish policies that support a nurturing environment, where respect for others, kindness, creativity, reflection, exploration is at the core for staff and pupils.
Ensure a direct link between pastoral care and academic performance to support excellence and outstanding achievements for all students.
Lead, motivate, support and develop staff to ensure that pupils, and staff alike, fulfil their true potential.
Develop and implement an enriched curriculum for the school that allows children to both further their own interests and explore new horizons.
Develop and maintain the support and active involvement of parents in their children?s learning, and, to nurture links within the local community.
Contribute to, and maintain the ethos of the Nishkam culture by drawing on best practice across Nishkam Schools, locally and nationally.
Report to the Chief Executive (or equivalent) of NST
Work closely with the Local Governing Body and National Board of Directors
Work in collaboration with Senior leaders of other TRUST schools
What is on offer:
A very warm and welcoming team
Hardworking and dedicated colleagues
Supportive parents, carers and community
A committed and fully involved governing body and Board of Directors
A well-resourced learning environment
Opportunities for professional development
Terms and conditions similar to other academies and schools
Applicants must be able to provide at interview a 10 year work history and details of referees to account for the last 2 years including relevant experience of working with children referenced.
We offer a full training course for cover supervisors and a personal approach to all applicants to ensure the right opportunities for you suited to your circumstances.
Applicants will be subject to Randstad's child safety standards including criminal record checks and UK eligibility checks.
Please call the secondary team on 0121 200 5910 to discuss this week's requirements and to discuss this role at our Birmingham office.