View the current vacancies for teaching and support staff at Alexandra Primary School.
Deputy Head required: September 2024
Salary scale L10-14
Alexandra is a vibrant two-form entry Primary School with a Nursery situated in Wood Green, North London. We are proud to be culturally diverse and have a strong inclusive ethos, we will soon be home to Haringey’s Resourced Provision for Primary pupils with SEMHD. We are seeking an innovative and exemplary leader committed to ensuring all children and staff flourish and achieve.
Wonderful children who are welcoming, enthusiastic learners
A committed, compassionate and diverse staff team with supportive Governors and Parents
An outward looking school which invites collaboration and builds networks
The chance for your leadership skills to flourish and develop as part of an ambitious and highly reflective leadership team
The opportunity to innovate and rethink approaches to assessment, curriculum and professional development
A school which values the creative arts, play and children’s social and emotional learning
A positive, caring culture and enjoyable school climate
An inclusive ethos where every child is valued and supported to succeed
A chance to make an incredible impact at a school on an exciting journey
We are looking for:
A role model of positivity and aspiration for our staff and children. You have vision, energy and resilience, can inspire and lead others.
Someone who does not believe business as usual is good enough: you want to develop new approaches, challenge outdated assumptions and research new practice
Someone with a deep commitment to building strong relationships amongst children, between adults and children, between the school, the families and the local and wider community
Commitment to achieving and leading on high standards of teaching, learning and behaviour for all children
A leader who is organised, self-motivated and can back up their big ideas with systems and plans to make things happen.
A passion for personal growth and professional learning; you read, engage with research, are reflective and constantly looking to improve
Someone with extensive knowledge of teaching preferably including Early Years and experience of working successfully with the most vulnerable learners.
An experienced leader and effective communicator who understands the logistics of working in and organising a busy, primary school and is calm under pressure.
We are committed to diversity, equity and inclusion and encourage applications from under-represented groups and those who are committed to creating belonging for all of our community.
Visits to the school are warmly welcomed and strongly encouraged, please contact the school via firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office on 0208 888 9771 to book a tour with the Headteacher.
Closing date: 12pm Monday 18th March Short-listing: 20th March -applicants shortlisted for interview will be advised by 6pm Interviews: Monday 25th and Tuesday 26th March