Connecting linkedin


Head Teacher

Head Teacher

  • Location:


  • Sector:

    Education & Training

  • Contract type:


  • Salary:

    £65k - 85k per year

  • Contact:

    Samantha Johnston

  • Contact email:

  • Contact phone:


  • Salary high:


  • Salary low:


  • Job ref:


  • Published:

    over 3 years ago

  • Expiry date:


TPP are looking to recruit a Head Teacher for a leading Social Enterprise that support learners with SEN. This is a permanent position based in East London paying £65,000-£85,000.
This is a brand new role for the organisation as a result of continuing expansion. The school operates across three sites and has a capacity of 119 learners across KS2-5. The school has a provision for both SEMH and ASC learners.

The Head Teacher will have strategic responsibility for the School, including:

  • Maximising the performance of all pupils through consistently high quality learning and teaching which motivates, challenges and empowers;
  • Empowering pupils to be active participants in their own learning and to take personal responsibility for improving their life chances through their education experience;
  • Providing an outstanding curriculum including high quality vocational and academic options and making use of the latest technology;
  • Developing in all pupils and staff versatile skills and attitudes required for lifelong learning in a rapidly changing world;
  • Enhancing opportunities through partnerships between parents/ carers, pupils, staff, the local community, colleges, Trust partners, other schools and voluntary organisations.
  • Leading the school within the context of Every Child Matters and PLTS, including providing a full, integrated range of pastoral care and educational services.

The successful candidate will have the following skills and attributes:

  • QTS.
  • Track record of leading by example to promote the school?s vision and values for the pupils, staff, Board, Local Authorities and parents of the school.
  • Evidence of a sound knowledge of the current major curriculum issues, legislative changes and their significance for the management and leadership of primary and secondary schools.
  • Approachable and enjoys being highly visible to children and parents.