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Find examples of a lead practitioner job description from primary and secondary schools to help you write your own.

Examples from primary schools

Hallfield Primary School in Westminster has a job description for a lead practitioner for lower KS2.

The role is based at the school but has no specific class attached.

Download the job description from here.

The Wickford Church of England School in Essex has a description for a lead practitioner for KS1 and KS2.

The role includes working across the school's trust, which was made up of 4 primary schools when the job was advertised.

Find the job description in the application pack found here.

Examples from secondary schools

The James Hornsby School in Essex has a description for a lead practitioner in English.

Find it in the job application pack here.

William Edwards School in Essex has a job description for a lead practitioner in science.

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