Deputy Director Education – Inclusion

Unity Schools Trust
Location: Surrey
Salary (£): L11 -L19
Closing Date: 9th April 2024
Start Date: September 2024
Phase: Secondary

Role Managed by

Will Bridge
Executive Search Consultant

TES

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The postholder’s specific responsibilities are annually determined in consultation with the CEO, aligning with the Trust’s strategic objectives. The Education Deputy Director is expected to adhere to the National Professional Standards for Headteachers and Teacher Standards, integral to the Performance Management process.

The role involves fostering the Trust’s ethos, aiming for excellence in schools marked by mutual respect, tolerance, care, and support. This ensures pride in all aspects of the school’s work. Responsibilities also encompass collaborating with Trust Senior Leaders to implement a Trust-wide school improvement model, establishing the expected standard across all Trust schools. Additionally, the role involves developing and leading a high-quality Trust Alternative Provision (TAP) unit to provide targeted and personalized education for students requiring additional support outside the mainstream setting. The position also includes delivering cost-effective support to Trust schools and quality assurance measures to assess the impact on student outcomes.

Our vision is to create a collaborative community that delivers optimal opportunities and outcomes for all students. Our motto, “Excellence through collaboration,” reflects our belief that teamwork enables personal growth and development. We measure excellence through student achievements and the unwavering commitment of our staff to uphold high standards in teaching, learning, and student support.

As a learning community, we embrace each day as a new opportunity for insight and growth, applying freshly acquired knowledge for the benefit of all. Our curriculum promotes the development of confident, independent learners equipped with the skills to thrive in a competitive world. Partnering with our Trust schools, we offer extensive enrichment opportunities for students to mature and broaden their understanding.

Being an outward-facing Trust, we maintain strong community links, particularly with feeder primary schools. Our expertise lies in promoting science and scientific discovery, actively supporting the primary curriculum in this area.

For further details, please feel free to reach out. I look forward to discussing the prospect of working together. Contact our retained consultant at Academicis, Will Bridge: wbridge@academicis.co.uk or 01223 907979/07825 346535.