We heard you’re ready for your next challenge, so here is your opportunity.
Birchensale Middle School believes in a person centred approach to lifelong learning and now requires a practitioner of the highest calibre to help lead and further develop our 21st Century aspirations for our children.
Our new Deputy Headteacher will be a professional who will be creative and will demonstrate innovative and effective leadership skills.
Your proactive and inclusive approach to developing best practice will empower our teaching staff to further develop themselves to ensure our children surpass existing academic standards.
We feel it is important you know that you will work with a vibrant and supportive Board of Governors who will support you to make our school a beacon for learning for our local communities, through your induction and your tenure.
So what are we looking for?
Completed application forms should be sent to Pauline Begley, our Business Manager at email@example.com.
Have a look at our website www.birchensale.worcs.sch.uk so you can feel of the sense of pride and commitment that exists with the children, the staff and the governors. You are actively encouraged to visit us and see for yourself.
All application details are provided below.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. The successful candidate will be required to undertake a DBS check.
About Birchensale Middle School
Birchensale Middle School is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational middle school in Worcestershire serving students from the age of 9-13 years. The middle school is situated in Redditch and has approximately 600 students on roll.
Birchensale Middle School runs a successful breakfast club that was identified as good by Ofsted.
Mr Mark Brazier
Values and vision
Birchensale Middle School works to ensure that everyone in the school community feels valued, happy and respected and focuses on recognising individual’s talents and skills. The Worcestershire schools aim is to encourage students social, personal, physical and spiritual development. The school wants to provide a caring environment for students to work to the best of their ability. It is important for the school that pupils enjoy learning and it works to provide a varied and enriching curriculum. A wide range of extra-curricular activities are offered, ranging from drama club to music lessons. It’s active school council encourages students to have a voice and practice skills in leadership and teamwork. Birchensale Middle School has received the Sainsbury’s School Games Kite mark Silver, along with the EcoSchools Green Flag, Arts Mark Gold; Effective Practice Award, Healthy Schools Award and the Leading Parent Partnership Award.
“Teachers expect a lot from pupils and get a great deal from them in return. Work challenges most pupils well. In a Year 6 English lesson, pupils inferred what was happening in a sequence of pictures taken from a book without any writing. They constructed sentences about each picture which extended their use of grammar and enabled them to build an extremely coherent story. This demonstrated pupils’ rapid progress, their attention to detail and their determination of do their best”.
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