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Dharma Primary School of Brighton has vacancy for Head Teacher

The Buddhist Channel, Dec 17, 2014

Brighton, UK -- The Dharma Primary School in Brighton, UK, is extending its international search for a new Head Teacher, as their initial recruitment drive did not result in a permanent appointment.

The open vacancy is currently advertised as:

Head Teacher, The Dharma Primary School, Brighton, UK

In line with their ethos, the school will be running an innovative "Mindful Recruitment" process which will allow for a much deeper engagement with potential applicants.

The statement adds that "this process will also provide a positive experience regardless of whether the applicant decide to progress with a formal application."

The Dharma Primary School was the first school in the UK to be founded on Buddhist principles, with the practice of mindfulness at its heart.

Celebrating its 20th Anniversary this year, with a thriving community of 75 children and 27 staff, the school is embarking on a global search for an exceptional individual to lead them into the next exciting phase of its development. This opportunity comes at a  time  when  the  Buddhist  values  of  mindfulness  and compassion are at the forefront of educational thinking.

For more information, visit their "Head Teacher Recruitment" page, where potential applicants can register and download an information pack.

http://www.dharmaschool.co.uk/head-teacher-recruitment-2/

Please visit: http://www.dharmaschool.co.uk/



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