Head of Primary Phase
Capella House School
Salary Range L10-L14
Required from September 2021 or earlier if possible
Full Time, Permanent
An exciting opportunity to help lead the next stage in our innovative journey.
Capella House is a very new, unique specialist school meeting the needs of children with speech, language and communication difficulties and part of the Auriga Academy Trust. Situated in Twickenham, West London, we opened to secondary aged pupils in September 2019 in our new, purpose built facilities on a co-located campus with an inclusive minded mainstream secondary school.
Our Primary Campus, also in Twickenham, will host an Early Years Assessment Provision and is co-located with a mainstream primary school. The campus will open in September 2021 and we are seeking someone with vision and enthusiasm to lead.
You will join the new Headteacher in providing inspiring professional leadership, be responsible for the day-to-day efficient management of Capella House Primary, developing our provision to become a centre of excellence for pupils with SLCN and Social Communication Difficulties. As Phase Leader for Primary you will act as the public face and advocate of the school. representing effectively its interests and those of the learners including developing working relationships with our partner schools
You need to be dynamic, resilient, collaborative and inclusive minded with a focus on achieving the best outcomes for our pupils. You will inspire, motivate and encourage pupils, families and staff.
What we can offer
We will give you the support and opportunity to provide successful, strategic and creative leadership to shape and influence the outcomes for an exceptional group of pupils in a happy, growing, school.
Closing Date: 9:00 a.m. Tuesday 4th May 2021
Interviews: Friday 14th May 2021.
Depending on Government advice, visits to school are welcome and conversations with the current Head/CEO are expected. Please contact the school by email or phone to make an appointment
Capella House is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.