the appointment of a new Achievement Leader to the Ebacc Faculty, we are
looking to appoint an Assistant Achievement Leader (AAL) of Ebacc, with Geography specialism, to work
alongside the two existing AALs from September 2023. This is a role within the leadership
structure and will be essential to the development of Ebacc further. The Ebacc
Faculty comprises Geography, History, RE and Languages.
The department is exceptionally
upbeat, forward-thinking, and innovative and one which is cohesive, team
spirited and very well led. We are looking for someone who can play an active
role in contributing to the already high standards within the department. Ebacc results are consistently strong. This position would suit an experienced
The Faculty is made up of an exceptionally upbeat,
forward-thinking, and innovative team; which is cohesive, team spirited and
very well led. There are 5 teachers within the Languages Team and 12 in
Humanities who work collaboratively with planning and curriculum development.
The current Achievement Leader has been promoted to the role of Assistant Headteacher
and a new Achievement Leader has been recruited for April 2023. He has been
developed in the school from a newly qualified teacher to now an Assistant
Headteacher showing our culture for developing talent. There are 2 Assistant Achievement Leaders in
post who are an integral part of the leadership of Ebacc. They have subject
specific responsibilities alongside faculty responsibilities for Teaching and
Learning, Intervention, Coaching and supporting our ECTs. This post will have
the subject specific responsibility of Geography, alongside the faculty responsibilities
The vision for Geography is to inspire in students a
curiosity and fascination about the world and its people that will remain with
them for the rest of their lives. The Curriculum will equip students with
knowledge and understanding about diverse places through studying the
interactions between human and physical environments and processes. Students
complete fieldwork activities throughout KS3 and we also offer a once in a
lifetime opportunity to visit Iceland.
As a new member of staff you will be well
supported: we have a comprehensive induction process, and you will be given an
Induction Mentor and a ‘professional buddy’. For the successful candidate, a commitment to raising standards
and a passion for developing young adults is essential: this entails a
commitment to all learners, to excellence for all, and a belief that a good
school makes a significant difference to learners’ life chances, levels of
attainment and the wellbeing of the community as a whole.
Your application should comprise a completed Hampshire teaching
application form, and a letter in which you should outline your experience to
date, the reasons for your interest in the post and your suitability for it. Please include a paragraph on your
philosophy of Geography teaching and
what specialisms you could bring to our #crestwoodfamily. A Person Specification can be found on the school website under School Information/Vacancies.
Community School and
Hampshire County Council are committed to safeguarding and promoting the
welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to
share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection
practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to
Disclosure and Barring Service checks along with other relevant employment
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