UXBRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL
Other benefits: Salary inclusive of Outer London Weighting, membership of a private healthcare scheme (Benenden).
PROUD TO MAKE SUCCESS HAPPEN
Uxbridge High School is an ambitious and dynamic converter academy with over 1,200 students aged 11 -18. We have much to celebrate at Uxbridge High School including a committed and focused staff, outstanding facilities, strong relationships with the community and school partners, supportive Governors and a thriving sixth form. We are delighted to be recognised by Alps in the top 20% of UK schools, celebrating outstanding sixth form student progress at A level. We value the successes of every child, whatever their starting point. All of this takes place within a truly comprehensive and multicultural school that reflects life in modern Britain.
Our school values have been developed by students and staff and form the basis of our ethos and culture. All members of our school community subscribe and work towards always being: Positive, Respectful, Open Minded, Unique, Determined: Proud to Make Success Happen.
The school is seeking a Curriculum Leader to head up a thriving, progressive History department and to lead it to the next stage of its development. The successful candidate will take overall responsibility for the leadership, management and co-ordination of all aspects of the History curriculum as well as inspiring and leading a highly motivated team. This is a senior and pivotal role within the school as a whole and we wish to shortlist candidates who have an exceptional track record of highly effective leadership
The successful candidate will:
We would welcome applications from exceptional teachers and leaders who can evidence their experience of delivering innovation and aspiration and who can make a substantial contribution to Uxbridge High School.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff to share this commitment. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the DBS.
What you need to do now
Please complete the attached application form prior to the closing date. The application form includes career history and contact details and, therefore, a CV is not required. A supporting letter can be included if you wish and should be no longer than 2 pages of A4. Ensure that you detail how your experience and skills meet the Person Specification.
Closing date for applications: Friday 13 May 2022 at noon.
Interviews will be held as soon as possible thereafter.