We are looking to appoint an experienced,
motivated and innovative teacher to join our Creative Faculty as Curriculum
Leader of Drama. This position is open to current Curriculum Leaders looking
foranew context or experienced teachers looking for a new challenge.
The ideal candidate must have a real passion for their subject and be equipped
with the skills to maximise outcomes for students at both KS3 and KS4. Drama is
currently taught once a week at KS3 and offers BTEC Performing Arts for KS4
with five lessons a fortnight. The Curriculum Leader of Drama will play a
pivotal role in fostering a creative and inclusive learning environment for
students while ensuring the smooth daily operation of the drama department.
The Drama department at Kingsway Park High
School is well resourced with two dedicated studio classrooms equipped with
stage lighting and sound. You will join a department with two existing
experienced teachers of Drama and established external links with the
community. As Curriculum Leader of Drama you will also work closely with the
Faculty Lead of the Creative subjects. The Creative Faculty consists of Art,
Textiles, Photography, Music and Drama. One of the main aims of this faculty is
to promote a love for drama and performance in all our students in aid of
maximising KS4 numbers and inspiring students to explore the arts when they
leave Kingsway Park High School.
Kingsway Park High School was
established in 2010 and joined the Altus Education Partnership in February
2022. We are now a very popular oversubscribed school (1350 students in years
7-11 and 190 staff) located in central Rochdale. We are very proud of the
high-quality facilities, resources, and environment that we provide for both
staff and students.
At Kingsway Park High School we
strive to transform students’ lives. Through our relationships, we endeavour to
instil both resilience and an intrinsic motivation to become confident,
creative and highly skilled students, capable of meeting tomorrow’s challenges
head on. We strive to establish a culture rooted in achievement and progress
that encourages our students to grow academically, personally and socially;
equipping them with the values of equality, fairness and openness. We pride
ourselves on our relentless drive to achieve outstanding, high quality teaching
that provides a safe, supportive and encouraging environment for all our
students to be able to realise their academic potential in pursuit of
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