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Associate Senior Leader -Humanities

Salary
Leadership L6-L14 (£46,456 - £56,578)
Hours
1 FTE
Closing Date
Wednesday February 26th, 2020 9am
Interview Date
To be confirmed

The Role

Do you want to work at the TES Secondary School of the year 2019? 

2019 marked another fantastic year at Cathedral Academy. Not only did it become the TES Award winner for Secondary School of the Year, but it delivered the third consecutive year of remarkable examination results, placing it once again as the highest performing school in Wakefield and in the top 10% nationally for progress. The academy is growing in popularity following its success and is looking to expand and develop, attracting the best people to work alongside the already committed staff to continue their journey towards outstanding. Cathedral Academy is part of the Trinity Multi-Academy Trust which has been a successful partnership since 2016.  

 

We are currently looking for a dynamic, passionate and inspirational Associate Senior Leader (Humanities), to support the senior leader group in strategically leading the direction and development of the academy in accordance with vision and strategic improvement plans, with a particular focus on leading the Humanities subjects of History and Geography. 

 

What can we offer you? 

  • An opportunity to be involved in the transformation of Cathedral Academy 
  • Full support from a dedicated team of senior leaders and a large pastoral team 
  • A first class behaviour for learning system  
  • Excellent teaching resources 
  •  Career progression and cross-trust working  
  • An excellent CPD package for all staff, including a further comprehensive programme of professional development provided through the Trinity Teaching School Alliance and West Yorkshire Maths Hub 
  • A range of staff benefits 

 

What we need? 

  • Proven success as a middle leader 
  • Experience of effective teaching and performance within the curriculum area 
  • An excellent track record of recent, relevant professional development 

 

 You must be fully committed to optimising the opportunities that are available to children and young people, secure in the knowledge that you will be joining an ambitious forward-thinking Academy Trust that sets the standards for our family of schools and academies. 

  

Trinity Multi-Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments are made subject to an enhanced DBS check. We are an equal opportunities employer and want our staff profile to reflect the community we serve.