Apply online DEPUTY HEADTEACHER

Ref 175997
Grade L19 - L23
Salary £65735 to £ 72497 
Term Full Time
Perm / Temp Permanent
Required From 01/01/2022  to or sooner 
Closing Date 9am Tuesday 22/06/2021 
Location
SIR JOHN THURSBY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Eastern Avenue , Burnley , Lancashire , BB10 2AT
Tel: 01282 682313
School website: www.sirjohnthursby.lancs.sch.uk/
Roll: 1134
Information
DEPUTY HEADTEACHER
CURRICULUM & OUTCOMES
L19 - L23
Required from 1st January 2022 or sooner if possible

"Sir John Thursby Community College continues to be a good school. Staff enjoy working at this school. The pupils that we spoke to told us that they feel safe at school. They have good relationships with staff and they are well cared for. Senior leaders are determined to make the school better for pupils and staff."
Ofsted January 2020

This is an outstanding opportunity for a proven leader to make a difference as Deputy Headteacher: Curriculum and Outcomes.

We are looking for a driven and passionate leader with the inspiration, motivation, vision and expertise to:
  • To continue to develop, communicate and deliver the strategic vision for the school
  • To provide dynamic and professional leadership and management of the school
  • To ensure that achievement rises across all subjects based on the delivery of an appropriate and inspiring curriculum and is evidenced through analysis of student performance and outcomes

    It is our ambition to become a 'truly great school', where our learners don't just achieve great results but also grow and develop into successful and caring young people.
    We believe that all our students and staff should be known, valued and loved and our success as a school is built on strong positive relationships between all members of our community. We value our staff and invest in their professional development, believing that everyone has the ability to become great at what they do. This post would be ideal for anyone considering Headship. We are an oversubscribed secondary school and our outstanding building enables our students and staff to work in a fantastic learning environment. Our students are at the centre of all we do and our staff have a passion for improving the life chances of the young people and the community we serve.

    Further details and application form are available from the school website or Irene Hayhurst (on behalf of the Headteacher) as detailed below. We welcome visitors to the school (COVID restrictions permitting). To arrange a time to visit and meet with the headteacher please contact his PA Leanne Barwell (email - l.barwell@sirjohnthursby.lancs.sch.uk. or telephone 01282 682313 ext: 21009).

    For application information please:

    download from the 'vacancies' section on the college website: www.sirjohnthursby.lancs.sch.uk
    or email i.hayhurst@sirjohnthursby.lancs.sch.uk
    or telephone 01282 682313

    Send your completed Application form to: i.hayhurst@sirjohnthursby.lancs.sch.uk

  • Closing date: 9am Tuesday 22nd June 2021
  • Shortlisting will take place during the week of Monday 28th June 2021
  • Interview process date: Wednesday 7th and Thursday 8th July 2021

    The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects staff and volunteers to share this commitment. You will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS disclosure and a range of other recruitment checks.

  • Essential Qualifications
    Please see Job Description and Person Specification
    Desirable Qualifications
    Please see Job Description and Person Specification
    Essential Experience
    Please see Job Description and Person Specification
    Desirable Experience
    Please see Job Description and Person Specification
    Proposed Interview Date:
    07/07/2021  

    For an informal discussion please contact:

    Mr Rob Browning
    Headteacher

    Application forms and further details are available from/returnable to

    www.sirjohnthursby.lancs.sch.uk. i.hayhurst@sirjohnthursby.lancs.sch.uk

    We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.