Parkside Middle School
Age range: 9-13
A mixed middle school with a Mainstream Autism Base.
Headteacher Leadership Spine L29-35
Required from 1st September 2021.
An excellent opportunity for a forward thinking Headteacher to lead a high performing school.
The role of Headteacher at Parkside Middle School offers a unique opportunity for either a current or aspiring school leader. As we look to the future, we need a strategic thinker, talented communicator and passionate and inspirational educationalist to lead our popular school and learning community.
Parkside Middle School is a progressive and ambitious 9-13 middle school in North Worcestershire. The Governing Body is seeking an innovative leader who will thrive in a dynamic and ambitious learning environment. Our inclusive school continually seeks opportunities to connect with its local community to enrich the pupil experience. If you are a leader who builds trust, values people and understands the significance of curriculum design we would love to talk to you. Our new Headteacher will be an experienced leader, with a track record of success in school improvement and in cultivating a vibrant learning environment which leads to positive outcomes for pupils. You will be committed to creating a supportive professional culture for our staff and a warm and inclusive environment for our pupils.
Parkside Middle School is committed to safeguarding and the PREVENT strategy and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Pupils learn to accept and uphold our fundamental British values.
The successful applicant will have to undertake an Enhanced DBS check.
Visits can be arranged for: Thursday 21st January 4pm-6pm
Tuesday 26th January 3:45pm-5pm
Closing date for applications: Tuesday 2nd February
The Application Form can be downloaded here.
Interviews to be held on: Tuesday 2nd March
To learn more about this exciting opportunity and our school, please visit www.parkside.worcs.sch.uk
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