Assistant Headteacher

Location Wolverhampton
Discipline: SEN Education
Employment type: Full Time
Salary: £47,185K - £52K per annum, L1 - L5
Contact name: Victoria Marsden

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Job ref: 6296
Published: 12 days ago
Permanent Assistant Headteacher, job vacancy, Wolverhampton, West Midlands.  Applications are also welcome from an experienced Teacher looking for the next step in their career.

  • £47’185K - £52’074 per annum DOE. (L1 – L5).
  • Full-time, 40-hours per week, Term Time Only.
  • Teachers’ Pension, Life Assurance, Health Cash Back Plan & High Street Discounts.


As Assistant Head Teacher you will a Secondary Lead and an inspirational leader.  Duties will include:
  • Support the Head Teacher & Deputy to develop the schools’ values and development plans.
  • 50% Timetabled teaching to model the best practice and develop the teaching team.
  • Communicating the schools’ vision compellingly.
  • Day to day management of the school.
  • Responsibility for the Secondary part of the school.
  • Curriculum, progress, achievement and qualifications and personal development of pupils.
  • Leadership & Management.
  • Lead Teaching & Learning and behaviour and attendance.
  • Safeguarding to support the SLT and the safety of students.

The School

This unique Group strives to achieve outstanding Schools Colleges & Training Facilities for Children & Young People with Special Education needs.  With a team of dedicated teaching, Support, Therapists & managers, together they all strive to bring out the best in every pupil and prepare them for adult life.  Their Schools & colleges have fantastic facilities and cater for Primary, Secondary & further education children.  The facilities range from Science Labs, horticulture, catering, mechanics and much more. The children are supported from the moment they arrive.  They are constantly challenged, and they believe in setting high expectations, enabling them to reach their full potential.  As an employer they fully invest in their staff team, with opportunities to gain further qualifications, continuous professional development, career progression and the opportunity to make a massive difference to the lives of those with a disability.

  • A recognised teacher training qualification (Cert Ed/PGCE/QTS or QTS/Teaching Diploma).
  • Thorough knowledge of the curriculum and adaptation to pupils with Autistic Spectrum Disorder.
  • Experience of working and teaching young people with ASD and an SEN Environment.
  • Excellent IT Skills
  • Experience in a leadership role and raising standards.
  • Experience of motivating and managing staff teams.


If this is you, then we would love to speak to you about and tell you much more about this fantastic opportunity and tell you more about this fantastic School.