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Headteacher - Baston CofE Primary School

Salary: L10-16
Location: PE6 9PB, Lincolnshire
Contract type: Full Time
Contract term: Permanent
Commencing: September 2022


Governors are seeking an inspirational and motivated Headteacher to lead our school community. We are a single form entry Church of England school with a distinctive Christian ethos and a thriving relationship with our local Church, St John the Baptist and the village community.


In recent years we have benefited from strong leadership and an enthusiastic staff team who have a ‘can do’ attitude. In our most recent inspections, the Diocese rated us an ‘Outstanding’ Church school (2014) and Ofsted rated us a ‘Good’ school (2018). Clear strategic planning has enabled us to continue to improve.


Our pupils are the focus of everything we do, and our desire is to see them “Dream, Thrive and Believe” not just academically, but in every area of their lives.
What we can offer:


• The opportunity to lead a well established staff team, with strong senior and middle leaders.
• A forward-thinking, experienced Governing Body who will encourage and support you to lead the school in your own way.
• A wonderful physical learning environment, with the benefit of a large outdoor learning area, a library bus, and an exciting building project in the next academic year.
• A PTA with a longstanding reputation of going above-and-beyond to provide opportunities for our pupils.
• A well organised and detailed transition from our outgoing Headteacher.


You will need:
• The desire and ability to promote and continually develop our school’s inclusive values and strong Christian ethos.
• High expectations for children’s personal development, happiness, welfare, behaviour and attainment.
• A clear vision of excellence in primary education with the ability to think strategically and lead the school through the next exciting phase of its development.
• Proven leadership skills and a passion for investing in each member of your staff team.
• An ambition to provide distinctive leadership of the school, along with the capacity to be open to the advice and guidance of others.
• A commitment to putting children at the centre of everything you do.


If you feel excited about the prospect of leading our school, then we would be delighted to hear from you!


Visits to our school are both welcome and strongly encouraged. To book a visit, please email our school administrator at Jo.Bannister@baston.lincs.sch.uk or call the school office on 01778 560430.


Application packs are available from the school website, www.baston-school.co.uk.


Completed applications should be submitted via email to Jean.Cross@baston.lincs.sch.uk


The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references.


Closing Date: Noon on Monday 16th May 2022
Shortlisting Date: Thursday 19th May 2022
Interview Date: Thursday 26th May 2022

Chair of Board of Directors - St Lawrence Academies Trust

The St Lawrence Academies Trust requires

a Chair of the Board of Directors

www.slatrust.co.uk

“Our aim is to nurture our pupils and allow them to flourish, by helping them find the things that they enjoy and are good at…. We want them to become the leaders of the future…. Christian values and the exploration and understanding of the Christian faith underpins our work.”  (Mike Adnitt, CEO)

Our Vision

“Strong leaders and governors joining the trust will help to shape the future of our Trust."

“School leaders will join our Trust Leadership Team to help strategically plan school improvement and developments across our Trust.”

“Core central services will free up school leaders to focus on improving outcomes for children”

“We celebrate the uniqueness of our partner schools, enabling them to make decisions in the best interests of their pupils”

Please download below - Information Pack - 

Information Pack

For further information or to express an interest in the role please contact:

 Paul Thompson, Director of Education, Diocese of Lincoln

paul.thompson@lincoln.anglican.org