Kisharon Noé School, with its brand new campus, is recruiting a visionary headteacher for its Jewish-Faith Special Free School. We are a special school for students aged 4 to 19 with a wide range of learning disabilities.
- Salary: L21-L35 (outer London)
- Application deadline: Friday 19th February 2021
- Interviews will take place: w/c 8th March 2021
The applicant will be able to offer strong leadership to guide the school’s continued growth to its full capacity of 72 pupils. The Headteacher should be able to demonstrate the skills to work with all stakeholders to transform the educational and life opportunities for its pupils.
The school is in Hendon, London NW4, and is proud of its state-of-the-art IT, learning and therapy provisions. The applicant will have the qualities to be the lead professional and positive role model within the community, driving forward the quality of teaching and pupils’ achievements through promoting excellence to pupils and staff.
This exciting role offers the chosen applicant the opportunity to shape Kisharon Noé School into the beacon of the special needs community we have all dreamed of and to nurture the Jewish ethos of the School.
To find out more about this exciting opportunity and apply visit www.kisharonschool.org.uk/vacancies for the link to all details.
Once completed please submit your application to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like more information from the School please contact: email@example.com
Kisharon Noé School is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from any background. Kisharon Noé School is committed
to safeguarding the welfare of children and vulnerable young adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. An Enhanced DBS
criminal check will be required.
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