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  • Salary Range: £55,000.00 - £60,000.00
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Deputy Headteacher - St Patricks RC Primary School

Deputy Headteacher - St Patricks RC Primary School

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Deputy Headteacher - St Patricks RC Primary School
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Post No. POSN003680 - Deputy Headteacher - St Patricks RC Primary School

‘Together we are one.’

Archdiocese of Cardiff in partnership with Newport City Council.

St Patrick’s RC Primary School
Fairfax Road, Newport, NP190HR
Telephone: 01633 272488
Email: stpatricksrcprimary@newportschools.wales

Required for September 2024

NOR: 247

Are you an excellent classroom practitioner who inspires and motivates all children to achieve their best?

Are you a committed practising Catholic who has Gospel values at the heart of everything you do?

Are you committed to the wellbeing of all children?

Are you highly motivated, with inspiring leadership skills and successful experience of school improvement and change?

Due to the promotion of our Deputy Headteacher, on behalf of our children, the Governing Body of St Patrick’s RC Primary School are seeking to appoint a Deputy Headteacher who answers yes to each of these questions and who will work closely with our newly appointed Headteacher to further the achievements of this happy, caring and successful school.

St Patrick’s has a strong Catholic ethos. We are committed to working for all children in partnership with parents and the Church, to make our school a happy and dynamic place, where every child is able to enjoy their learning and succeed in their education. The Governing Body and staff at St Patrick’s ensure that Christ is at the centre of our learning, and integrate the Gospel values and virtues into everything that we do.

Estyn in June 2022 recognised:

‘Pupils enjoy their time at the school very much. This is because they have positive relationships with their teachers and other staff, which help support a vibrant atmosphere around the school.’

‘The staff ensure that a caring and inclusive atmosphere pervades school life, and they embrace the school’s vision statement, ‘Together We are One’. This has a positive impact on pupils’ attitudes to learning, their care for each other and their behaviour.’

Section 50 in March 2023 recognised:

‘St. Patrick’s is an attractive, welcoming and distinctively Catholic school that celebrates the dignity of every community member and inspires prayer and reflection. School leaders ensure the mission statement is at the heart of school life. It is lived through the dedication of the staff, governors, clergy, pupils and the wider school community.’

We are looking for a candidate who:

• Is a committed, practising Catholic, with a clear understanding of the distinctive nature of a Catholic School and a willingness to take an active role in the life and mission of the School
• Will cherish and support the ethos of our school, demonstrating enthusiasm, positivity and joy in all that they do
• Is a strategic thinker who can articulate a vision to promote and inspire the highest standards of teaching, learning and wellbeing
• Has proven management and leadership experience in a school, and is innovative, confident and knowledgeable
• Is an outstanding teacher who leads by exemplary practice
• Can inspire the highest standards of teaching, learning and behaviour
• Is an effective communicator who leads by example
• Has high expectations and aspirations and will promote and celebrate the achievements of all our children
• Owns a strong professional learning record and articulates aspirations for headship
• Will continue to promote a string sense of engagement with parents, the Parish and wider community, whilst fostering new relationships
• Will inspire and motivate our staff and children whilst making them feel valued and supported
• Is able to work in close partnership with the Headteacher leading our dedicated and talented team

We can offer:

• A warm, welcoming school community with a strong Catholic ethos
• An exciting opportunity to make a real difference
• Professional, passionate and dedicated teaching and support staff, who are willing and eager to undertake continuous professional development
• Career development opportunities
• Talented, stimulating and enthusiastic children with a desire to learn
• A dedicated, experienced, supportive Governing Body who will work in partnership with you
• A strong working relationship with parents, the Parish, cluster schools and local community

Key dates:

Closing Date: 31st May 2024

Shortlisting: 3rd June 2024

Observations in applicants own school: Monday 10th June 2024

Interviews: 14th June 2024

Please take the opportunity to visit our school. An appointment can be made by contacting Mrs J Griffin on 01633 272488 or email stpatricksrcprimary@newportschools.wales

Applications (on the current CES Senior Leadership application form) should be returned directly to the school email address for the attention of the Chair of Governors, Mrs Julie Cook https://www.catholiceducation.org.uk/recruitment-process/item/1000042-model-application-forms

The successful candidate will be expected to sign the Catholic Education Service Contract of Employment.

St Patrick’s Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our children and young people and expects staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Appointments to this post will be subject to a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and satisfactory references, which will be taken up for all shortlisted candidates prior to interview. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.

We welcome applications for all our jobs in either Welsh or English. An application submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than an application submitted in English.

Newport City Council is committed to working towards its workforce being more representative of the population that we serve and particularly welcomes applications from people from the minority ethnic communities represented (or living) in the city. Selection will be made on ability and skills to undertake the role.

Our values – Fairness for all, Making a difference, Being responsible, Working together
Ein gwerthoedd – Tegwch ar gyfer pawb, Gwneud Gwahaniaeth, Bod yn gufrifol, Gweithio gydan gilydd