Ref SCH6648
Grade Leadership Pay Spine L7 - L12
Salary £49019 to £ 55338 
Term Full Time
Perm / Temp Permanent
Required From 01/01/2022 
Closing Date 12noon 24/09/2021
Eaves Lane , Chorley , Lancashire , PR6 0DX
Tel: 01257 262625
School website:
Roll: 334
An exciting opportunity to become Deputy Headteacher at Chorley St Peter’s C of E Primary School is now being advertised and the Governors are looking to appoint an enthusiastic, dynamic and inspirational practising Christian from January 2022. We are looking for someone who will develop and share our vision of high quality education. The successful applicant must be a committed, practising Christian, who is dedicated to leading and building an exceptional and caring learning environment, building on the foundations of our Mission Statement.

Our Mission Statement
At St Peter’s we believe that all our children can shine as we strive for every member of our family to succeed and flourish through our values centred curriculum; to enable our children to grow in confidence with God’s love, to challenge each other and ourselves and be inspired to love God and learning, as disciples of Jesus Christ.

Do you aspire to excellence in education and have the desire to shape our children’s lives?
The Governors, teachers and children are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and dedicated Deputy Headteacher who is passionate about education and who can work with all members of our school community to enable them to ‘let their light shine’ (Matthew 5:16).

Our ideal applicant:
  • has a proven track record as an outstanding practitioner
  • is passionate to ensure that every child reaches their highest potential
  • will nurture and further develop our strong Christian ethos and community spirit
  • has the ability and ambition to support our staff to further develop our children

    If you believe that you could make a positive difference to our school and you feel that our school provides an environment which will enable you to become an inspirational leader, we would like to invite you to apply for the position and join our dedicated team.

    We can offer you:
  • happy, polite, caring and well behaved children who love school and enjoy learning
  • hardworking, committed and dedicated staff whose aim is to improve outcomes for children
  • a caring, inclusive, Christian ethos
  • support for your professional development and well-being
  • a close working partnership between the Church, parents and the local community
  • a governing body, which is supportive and ambitious
  • continued support and professional development

    The post you are applying for is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (as amended in 2013). If successful you will be required to apply to the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) for a 'disclosure'. Further information can be found on the 'Our Recruitment Process' tab.
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    Application forms and further details are available from/returnable to

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