St Hugh's School has the following school leadership vacancy:
Salary: Leadership Scale, Points 15 – 19
Location: NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE
School: St. Hugh’s School, Bushfield Road, North Lincolnshire DN16 1NB
Contract Type: Full Time
Contract Term: Permanent
Start Date: Negotiable
We are an outstanding special school for young people aged 11 – 19, who live within North Lincolnshire. The Governing Body of this popular, friendly and well respected school wish to appoint a highly motivated, successful and innovative practitioner to utilise their skills to lead in the further development of the school. St. Hugh’s caters for 178 students aged 11-19 years with a diverse range of learning need.
We are seeking a person with a proven track record of successful leadership in a specialist provision who is inclusive in their style and truly committed to the development of the whole child.
We can offer:
- A well resourced secondary special school environment
- A great working environment for staff where everyone is valued, included and treated with respect
- an outward facing organisation, working closely with partners and beyond
- inspirational students who love coming to school and are encouraged to develop skills and participate in life long learning
- an enthusiastic and supportive governing body that put the interests of the students first and are committed to the continual improvement of the school
- an opportunity to extend your own leadership potential within a distributed model
The successful candidate will have:
- QTS status
- a proven track record of good / outstanding teaching
- be passionate about teaching and learning within the field of SEN for students with complex needs/ASD/PMLD/SLD
- have whole school / leadership experience
- the ability to inspire others
As our Associate Head Teacher you will be:
- an integral part of an outstanding leadership team
- given further opportunities to develop your own career progression and your role in our school
- part of a special school with a high community profile
- playing an active part in a lead teaching school – Leading Learning Forward
You will have an up-to-date knowledge of mainstream education and be experienced in translating this into a specialist setting. We are looking forward to welcoming someone with the ambition and drive to support the Headteacher in taking the school forward.
If you believe you are the right person to join our forward thinking team and you want to make a difference to the lives of the students at St. Hugh’s, then we want to hear from you.
Informal discussions about the role along with visits to the school would be encouraged by telephoning our Head Teacher, Tracy Millard on 01724 842960.
Please note that references will be sought prior to interview and shortlisted candidates will be visited in their current school to observe them teaching.
An enhanced DBS Disclosure check will be carried out on all employees.
Application packs (including an application form) are available on the North Lincolnshire Council’s website: www.northlincs.gov.uk or from this page on the school’s website or by telephoning or e-mailing the school.
Telephone: (01724) 842960
CLOSING DATE : 12.00 noon on Monday 11th March 2019
INTERVIEW DATE: TBC
Application Pack in PDF format can be read and downloaded below:
- Welcome letter from the Head Teacher
- Job Description
- Person Specification
- St Hugh's School Magazine (Autumn 2018)
Welcome from the Head Teacher
Welcome to St Hugh’s School which is a special school for students between the ages of 11 and 19 years who have a range of learning difficulties, including moderate and severe learning difficulties, autism spectrum disorders, profound and complex needs.
The school is rated “Outstanding” by Ofsted and is a National Teaching School, leading an alliance of over one hundred partner and associate schools and educational providers.
If you would like to arrange to visit our school or request a meeting with a member of staff, please contact the school office.
Tracy Millard (Head Teacher)
Information for applicants
School Video (September 2018
Page updated: 15 February 2019