Closing Date: Monday, 19 April 2021
Location: Anlaby, East Yorkshire
Closing Date: 12 noon on Monday 19 April 2021
Interviews: Thursday 22 and Friday 23 April 2021
An exceptional professional opportunity to play a leading role in the development of Hull Collegiate School has arisen following the current post holder’s promotion to Headship. This is an exciting time for an ambitious, engaging and influential individual to join our Leadership Team and hold a crucial role in whole-school strategy and the development of teaching and learning.
We are looking to appoint someone who will build on the measurable academic momentum built in the last few years. The successful candidate will participate in all aspects of school leadership in this key role and will need to have a proven record of success in academic leadership. There will be an appropriate teaching commitment, however the post will not be dependent upon the applicant’s specialist subject.
HCS is a leading independent HMC School for children aged 3-18 situated in the historically significant Tranby Croft in East Yorkshire.
Closing date for applications, 19 April, noon
Initial Informal Interviews: 22 April 2021 (virtually)
Final Round interviews: 23 April 2021 (in person)
Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis so early applications are encouraged. The School reserves the right to make an appointment at any stage.
The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service. We are an equal opportunities employer.
Hull Collegiate School is part of United Learning, a large, and growing, group of schools aiming to offer a life changing education to children and young people across England.
Our schools work as a team and achieve more by sharing than any single school could. Our subject specialists, our Group-wide intranet, our own curriculum and our online learning portal all help us share knowledge and resource, helping to simplify work processes and manage workloads for an improved work-life balance.
As a Group, we can reward our staff better: with good career opportunities, better pay, benefits, and ultimately, the satisfaction of helping children to succeed. We invest in our staff wellbeing. Our academies each have at least eight INSET days per year (with three of those solely dedicated to planning), and an ongoing group-wide wellbeing programme. It's an ethos we call ‘the best in everyone’.