CRSAAT – Head Office
SCHOOL IMPROVMENT PARTNER
OLDBURY PARK PRINCIPAL
Interested in working as part of an organisation with a powerful vision and strong values?
Learning sits at the heart of this role, you would be leading the educational work of the Academy with the passion and high standards required to ensure the vision for the school and Trust are achieved. Through the role you will inspire, challenge, support and empower students and staff to achieve all they can be, really embodying the We Believe in Best ethos. The role will require you to continue to raise standards at pace with a leadership team that is committed to doing so and the support of the wider Trust Leadership team.
The school is highly aspirational and the role requires an aspirational leader. You will be dynamic, grounded and pragmatic, and committed to securing the highest standards of learning, teaching and leadership at the school. You will be an active player in our wider Trust, supporting leadership of school improvement and collaborative developments within the Trust and beyond. You will be part of the wider RSA Family of Academies, supporting the development of those within the wider RSA Family.
You will have been working at Deputy or Vice Principal level and have a strong and proven track record of leading change, raising attainment and developing educational strategy. It is a critical yet exciting time to join the school and wider Trust and an excellent opportunity
The Trust – Social Justice, through Exceptional Schools
The Central RSA Academies Trust is a group of primary and secondary RSA Academies with a strong link with the RSA. This is an incredibly exciting opportunity to join a forward thinking, Midlands based multi academy Trust with an utter moral drive to ensure the best educational outcomes for our students and striving to make a difference to the lives of our young people.
We currently have eight schools within our Trust, with children from the age of three up to Sixth Form aged young adults. Our schools are in two hubs, in Tipton in the West Midlands and in Redditch, Worcestershire. The schools and their staff work together to ensure the best possible learning for the young people, by supporting each other through expertise and sharing so that our staff can be the best they can be.
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Closing date for applications: Friday 6th March 2020
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- Oldbury Park Principal Role Pack 2020
- Application Form
- Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form
- Oldbury Park Principal Job Description
- Oldbury Park Principal Person Spec
- Executive Principal CEO Letter
- Chair of Academy Governing Board Letter
LEAD PRACTITIONER – Modern Foreign Languages
We are seeking individuals to join the Central RSA Academies School Improvement Team. As RSA Academies, we aim to develop exceptional learners by developing outstanding
professionals. Our vision is to ensure social justice through exceptional schools.
We believe in potential as much as experience. You will be a great teacher; you don’t have to have done it for many years to be a strong fit for this role!
Led by our School Improvement Leader, you will use your passion, expertise and subject knowledge in Modern Foreign Languages to drive forward the quality of teaching andlearning across all our Academies, working in secondary ages 11-19. Close liaison with Primary colleagues through our Co-design subject networks will be integral to the role, and you will take a lead role in our Modern Foreign Languages Co-Design Subject Team. Regular travel between our schools and our base and training facility in The Assay Studios, in the Jewellery Quarter, is essential as you will be required to work with our leaders and teachers, modelling best practice through teaching, as well as coaching and leading others to ensure we all achieve the same successes. You will have a base school and, in the first instance and to support your induction, the majority of your week will be based in one hub, where you will be expected to teach. You will have the opportunity to become a Specialist Leader of Education, if you are not already, as part of the RSAA Teaching School Alliance, to support school improvement within and beyond RSA Academies.
- Lead Practitioner – Job Description
- Lead Practitioner – More Information
- Lead Practitioner – Person Specification
- Lead Practitioner – Application Form
- Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form