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Norfolk academy trust seeks executive principal to oversee five schools

Wayland Academy, Fakenham Academy, UTC Norfolk and Attleborough Academy. Picture: TEN Group, Ian Burt, Bill Smith and Denise Bradley.

Wayland Academy, Fakenham Academy, UTC Norfolk and Attleborough Academy. Picture: TEN Group, Ian Burt, Bill Smith and Denise Bradley.

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An academy trust in Norfolk is on the hunt for an executive principal to lead five schools.

The Transforming Education in Norfolk (TEN) Group has posted the job advert for its Norfolk Academies trust, which is made up of Wayland Junior Academy and Wayland Academy, in Watton, Fakenham Academy, Attleborough Academy and University Technical College Norfolk, in Norwich.

The advert said: “This is a new role and will have group-wide academy responsibilities, for one junior academy, three secondary academies, and a university technical college.

“An experienced school leader, preferably with experience of leading more than one school/academy, you will have demonstrated your abilities to improve the performance of schools under your care with evidence of sustained improvements in students’ outcomes over time.”

The salary is listed as about £110,000.

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