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Director of Primary Improvement

Closing date for applications: 9am on Tuesday 21 May 2024

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Director of Primary Improvement

Opportunity and Success on a Global Stage

Starting salary range £96,239 to £101,067 (L30-L32)

Start date September 2024 or as soon after

King’s Group Academies share the vision of a global community of pupils and colleagues whose connection broadens horizons and fosters understanding.

We are looking to appoint a Director of Primary Improvement to join our core central team, leading the Headteachers and Principals of our primary level academies.   Working with the Director of Academy Improvement to develop strategies for improving all aspects of education, this role has been created in recognition of our commitment to sustainable trust growth.  You would be joining us at an exciting stage of our journey and so will have scope to make a real impact.

Our diverse and ambitious primary schools are currently located across Berkshire, and Hampshire.  As a growing Multi Academy Trust we know how important it is to provide all our Heads and Principals with accompaniment as they work on their academies’ continuous improvement.  As Director of Primary Improvement, you will therefore provide strategic direction, advice and challenge to our academy leaders.

To be successful you will share our commitment to improving outcomes for all pupils, regardless of background or ability and will be the kind of leader who is energised by, and can facilitate, collaborative working.  We believe the right person will be passionate about excellence in education, possessing an ability to inspire and empower others to achieve demanding targets and embrace our international aspiration

In return we offer a supportive working environment where everyone works together towards our vision and believes in the importance of continued learning and development.  This is an exciting opportunity to join the central team here at King’s Group Academies and have an impact across our Trust.


We are committed to the safeguarding and promotion of the welfare of all children and young people. We expect all of our colleagues to share this commitment and to undergo appropriate checks, including enhanced DBS checks. Our recruitment has safeguarding at the heart of the process.