Headteacher

Westminster CE Primary Academy

The Governors at Westminster CE Primary Academy wish to appoint an inspirational Headteacher for this rewarding leadership role. The academy is seeking a strong leader and team player who will build on existing strengths to ensure the academy achieves its ambitions for excellence and success at every level.

Westminster is a welcoming Church of England Primary Academy where the appreciation of others is encouraged and attitudes of tolerance, care, concern and self-respect are developed in a happy, safe and secure environment.

Westminster CE Primary Academy can offer you:

  • engaged, happy, well-behaved and well-motivated children
  • a dedicated, enthusiastic staff team committed to their school and their children
  • high levels of Trust and Governor support
  • a welcoming, friendly and vibrant school
  • a school that is part of a forward thinking Academy Trust
  • a strong village and church community

Visits to the academy are welcomed and encouraged but are by appointment only. Please contact Jilly Geering (PA to the Director of Primary Education) via email: recruitment@bdat-academies.org

BDAT are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all our children and we require all our staff to share this commitment.

Closing Date: 9:00am, 21st September 2020
Interview Date: 28th September 2020
Starting Date: 1st January 2020

Salary: L23-L29
Pro rata: Full Time, Permanent


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