Based at Mabe Community Primary School
ISR Range L8 to L21 (Group 2 School)
Start date: Spring term 2020
Kernow Learning Trustees are looking for the right candidate to join the Senior Leadership Team of the Trust as a Headteacher based at Mabe Community Primary School in Penryn, Cornwall.
Kernow Learning, formed in 2019, is a merger of 2 long-established trusts (ACE and TLAT). The Trust consists of 17 primary schools in the South West of England. The Trust is recognised as a DfE sponsor.
We are seeking a leader with previous experience in primary school leadership and school improvement at senior level. The candidate will have considerable knowledge and practical experience of such areas as: performance management, assessment and data analysis, monitoring of teaching and learning through lesson observations, work scrutiny, pupil conferencing and leading staff training. Experience of school to school support work would be advantageous.
This is a rapidly growing and rapidly improving school and the salary will be subject to negotiation within the Group 2 range appropriate to the post holder’s experience and skills.
We can offer:
If you would like the opportunity to be a part of Kernow Learning and Mabe Primary School, then we would like to hear from you. In the first instance, please phone Jane King, HR Manager, to arrange a conversation with the CEO, on 01637 303106. Application forms can be downloaded from the www.kernowlearning.co.uk website.
Please send completed applications to Jane King, HR Manager, at the address below
Closing date: 9.00am, 2nd December 2019
Interviews: 10th December, 2019
We welcome visits to the school; please contact Jane King in the first instance to register your interest in a visit.
Kernow Learning is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and follows the Safer Recruitment process; the successful applicant will be expected to share this commitment and will be subject to checks including an enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service check.
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