Deputy Head Teacher - Brays School
- Location: Birmingham
- Date: 1 week ago
Brays School, Brays Road, Birmingham, B26 1NS
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Job Start Date: 01/09/2020
Brays School, a Forward Education Trust School, specialises in the education of primary-aged pupils with a range of diagnosis. The School is split across two sites, one of which caters for those with a diagnosis on the Autistic Spectrum (Tile Cross Site); the other site takes children with a range of physical, learning and sensory difficulties (Brays Road Site). The School has high standards of teaching and learning and is committed to ensuring that all pupils achieve their full potential.
We are seeking to appoint a professional to work with the Head Teacher as the Deputy for the Brays Road site. They will deputise for the Head Teacher in their absence. The successful candidate will be an exemplary teacher who is highly experienced, enthusiastic, and motivated to share in the leadership and management of our school and have a solid understanding of how to work with pupils with PMLD, PD and SLD needs. Applicants will need to demonstrate recent experience of leading teaching in more than one phase and in a special school environment. The successful person will be expected to lead on elements of the school improvement plan and take the lead in the day-to-day running of the Brays Road site under the leadership of the Head Teacher. All leaders are expected to undertake the designated safeguarding lead qualification to keep our children safe. This applicant will become the SENCO for Brays Sheldon and be expected to hold this qualification in due course if they do not already hold it.
We can offer you:
• A commitment to support you in developing new skills through a wide range of professional development opportunities and experiences.
• The opportunity to make a huge contribution to the education and lives of children who respond very positively to high quality teaching.
• A friendly and inclusive working environment.
You will offer us:
• Your considerable skill as a good/outstanding teacher who has experience of working with children with complex special needs.
• Your commitment to engaging and inspiring our pupils and the ability to make a real difference to their learning.
• Your flexibility, commitment and excellent interpersonal skills.
• Your ability to initiate and lead change in a positive way.
If you feel you possess these qualities, are passionate about working alongside pupils with SEND and would like to shape their futures at a progressive school, then we would like to hear from you
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