MERTHYR TYDFIL COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL SCHOOLS DEPARTMENT
TWYNYRODYN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Chair of Governors: Mr D. Phillips
Number of Pupils 324 Age range 3-11 School Group 3
Required for April 2021
Salary: Leadership Scale L18-24
Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow.
Do you want to lead a vibrant community school, known for its nurturing, welcoming environment and support us in our passionate belief that our pupils deserve the best possible start in life? Are you a passionate, innovative and inspirational leader with an outstanding proven track record? Do you have the vision, strategy and drive to lead this happy primary school on the next stage of its journey?
We are proud of its strong standing in the community and as a Governing Body are seeking someone to build on the strengths of the school and move the school forward, as the new Curriculum for Wales comes closer.
Twynyrodyn Community Primary school is in the heart of the village with excellent road links to the A470 and A465. Our school provides an excellent learning environment with spacious grounds for outdoor activities.
At our school, we celebrate:
Children, who are motivated, well behaved and actively involved in the development of their school life. An ethos of independent learning. A dedicated, hardworking and professional staff who are committed to collaborative working. A diverse and inclusive environment where everyone’s efforts are valued and celebrated A supportive, engaged and committed Governing Body who always support developments in the school. A school with a shared vision and a commitment to continually raising standards.
We are looking for:
A strategic thinker with a clear vision for continued success and a proven track record for delivering positive outcomes. An enthusiastic, collaborative and an innovative leader with high expectations of all. An excellent communicator who can engage effectively with children, parents, staff, Governors and other stakeholders. A leader who is approachable, supportive, and passionate about the wellbeing of pupils and staff.
A leader who is committed to further developing and building on existing partnerships with local authority schools and those further afield.
Applicants must hold NPQH. The supporting statement should be a maximum of 2 pages of A4 and a minimum font size of 10.
Twynrodyn Community School 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.