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Brightwell Primary School is looking for a new head to start in April 2014, following the promotion of the current headteacher, Liz Hunt.

The advertisement runs:

'Brightwell C of E (VA) Primary is a thriving village school at the heart of the local community, which has recently achieved a Good Rating (with elements of Outstanding), from OFSTED. Our current Head Teacher’s great work has been recognised by promotion to a larger school. Are you the person to pick up the baton to drive our school on to even better things?

'We’re seeking a dynamic, committed leader to grow and develop our pupils and staff as part of our on-going journey towards achieving Outstanding in all areas.

'We offer you:

· 120 pupils and committed staff who are highly motivated, caring and enthusiastic.

· A Governing body that are hands on and committed to the drive for school improvement.

· A school that is central to the wider community and church.

· Parents who value the school and have a positive and active relationship with staff through the Friends of Brightwell School (FOBS – parent association).

· Excellent facilities and working environment in a beautiful village setting.

'A visit to our school prior to application is warmly welcomed. To arrange a visit please contact the school office on 01491 837024 or email

'If you would like an informal discussion about the post or school, please contact Liz Hunt, Head Teacher via the school office.'

The job reference is REC/14/00093, and you can apply online at . Completed offline application forms should be emailed, with a covering letter for the attention of the Chair of Governors to

The cllosing date is Monday 3rd February 2014 at 4.00pm. Interviews will be held on Wednesday 12th February 2014

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