Unattached School Leaders
Required for Easter or September 2018
Permanent Contract - Inner London Leadership Pay Spine Points 11-15
Application Closing Date: Monday 8th January 2018
As part of our commitment to maintaining high quality leadership in all of our schools, we are introducing a new role of Unattached School Leader. These leaders will be contracted centrally to the Trust and will work across our schools targeted at those in greatest need.
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A warm welcome to our school. Hartley Primary School is a unique and diverse learning community that provides the best possible support in enabling pupils to achieve their best. Pupils and staff are highly motivated and firmly believe in learning together, in partnership with families.
"At Hartley we want our children to be both happy and successful. We have high expectations of our pupils and wish them to be successful life- long learners."
Hartley is a happy successful school, currently expanding from three to four forms of entry. Recently we opened an Upper School building, which currently hosts pupils in Year 5 and 6. Our brand new dining hall opened in February 2015.
The Learning in Harmony Trust was formed in September 2014 by Sheringham Primary School and JFK Special School. In 2015, we were joined by two other Newham schools, Upton Cross Primary School and Hartley Primary School, and three further schools joined us in the first term of the 2016-17 school year - Blenheim Primary School and the Federation of Thorpe Greenways Junior and Infant Schools, all of which are located in Southend. Drew Primary School, also in Newham, joined us in January 2017 We do expect to further increase our number of schools and expand our geographical range in the near future, but there is no intention to outgrow our capacity. We want to be big enough to sustainably do all the amazing things we want to do, but small enough to still know each other very well. For us, learning in harmony doesn't mean all schools have to be the same. We are bound together by our belief that by working in partnership as one organisation we can make a significant difference to the children and young people in our schools. We are proud to have both similarities and differences as schools, and see this diversity as a strength. Our shared values unite us.
With 8 schools situated in East London and in coastal Essex, staff working within our Trust have the opportunity to embrace a diverse range of experiences, from inner city multi-ethnic Newham down to Southend on Sea, only a 45 minute train journey away. Our range of schools provide a number of rich experiences for staff and students alike. With a number of good and outstanding Infant, Junior and Primary Schools, as well as a fantastic split-site Special School, our staff need look no further when it comes to career development.
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