Joseph Clarke School is a School for students with vision impairment (VI) and/or complex needs. Whitefield Academy Trust is looking to appoint a new Headteacher for the school following the retirement of the Headteacher, a long serving member of staff.
This is rare opportunity to head a school, with expert and dedicated staff and an excellent reputation which draws pupils from across London and counties beyond and also regularly draws educational visitors from across the UK and beyond.
This is an exciting time for Joseph Clarke School – we celebrated its centenary last year with a visit from its charitable trust’s patron – HRH Princess Michael of Kent and at the same time completed a refurbishment and rebuild programme which saw the School enlarged to accommodate over 100 3-19 year olds with cutting-edge facilities and technology.
Joseph Clarke School has a strong commitment to inclusion, with broad links to the community. KS3 and Post-16 students have an opportunity to work at a nearby mainstream school and college and we collaborate with Barts Healthcare NHS Trust on Project Search – a highly successful employment programme. The School was an integral part of Waltham Forest’s exciting activities as London’s first Borough of Culture.
If you join us as Headteacher, the Whitefield Academy Trust will provide you the resources and support you need in your efforts to build excellence throughout the School. In addition, you will have the opportunity to play a role in leading the Academy’s development locally, regionally and nationally. You will be working with some of the most knowledgeable and supportive specialist teachers in the country – and in an Academy with excellent facilities, led by an Outstanding School.
Directors are seeking to appoint an exceptional candidate with the leadership experience, qualifications and ability to continue to move the School from Good to Outstanding, as judged by Ofsted. Experience with VI is not an essential requirement.
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Waltham Forest, is London’s first Borough of Culture and combines the best aspects of vibrant city living with easy access to some beautiful green spaces. It has excellent transport links. You can find out more about the Borough of Culture activities at wfculture19.co.uk/whatson .
To find out more about the Academy and to download an application form and welcome pack: Visit www.whitefield.org.uk/jobs or contact the Human Resources Department: Tel: 020 8531 3426 or email: Personnel@whitefield.waltham.sch.uk
The Whitefield Academy Trust is uncompromising in its commitment to safeguarding children and young people.
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