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  • Closing date

    13 September 2024 at 12pm (midday)

  • Date listed

    8 July 2024

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Job role

  • Teacher

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Working pattern

Full time

Contract type


Full-time equivalent salary


Deputy Curriculum Leader of Science job summary

Work with the Curriculum Leader and through subject staff to develop and provide continuous improvement to the Curriculum area. Work with the support of and under direction of the Curriculum Leader.

To deputise for the Curriculum Leader in any short term absence to ensure operational continuity of provision.

To support the development and implementation of policies and practices which reflect the academy’s commitment to high achievement through effective teaching and learning.

  • To have an enthusiasm for the subject, which motivates and supports other staff and encourages a shared understanding of the contribution the subject can make to all aspects of pupils’ lives.

  • To use relevant academy, local and national data to inform targets for development and further improvement for individuals and groups of pupils.

  • To support the development of plans for the subject which identify clear targets, time scales and success criteria for its development and/or maintenance in line with the academy improvement plan.

  • To support the monitoring of progress and evaluate the effects on teaching and learning by working alongside colleagues, analysing work and outcomes.

  • To attend meetings as directed by the Curriculum Leader in line with academy policy.

  • To have knowledge of current developments relating to the subject such as Information and Communications Technology, local and national pedagogy, classroom management, research and inspection findings, statutory requirements, and comparative data.

  • To promote and encourage out of classroom activities through visits, exchanges, extra curricular activities and clubs.

Commitment to safeguarding

The Academy recognises that it has a statutory and moral duty towards safeguarding the welfare of children, young people and, if appropriate, vulnerable adults who participate in any Trust activities and expects all staff to share this commitment.

An Enhanced DBS is required for this post.

Application forms must be completed in all instances, CVs will not be accepted.

To view our child protection and safeguarding policies please visit our website: https://beaconacademy.co.uk/

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About Beacon Academy

School type
Academy, ages 11 to 16
Education phase
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School size
623 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 16

Beacon Academy opened on 1 September 2017 as part of the Wellspring Academy Trust. We are an exciting, expanding, inclusive and dynamic secondary academy which places the student at the heart of our provision.

Our distinctive ethos of ‘Human Scale Education’ sets us apart from other schools. At Beacon Academy your child will be known as an individual, supported and provided with opportunities to achieve academically and to develop as a young person.

Within our distinctive ethos we provide your child with opportunities, interventions and watch them thrive. We will continue to build upon solid foundations as an academy rated ‘Good’ by OFSTED. Regional champions in sports, poetry, photography and performing arts are just some examples of how your child will develop those crucial ‘soft skills’ needed to flourish in an ever changing world.

Parents are choosing Beacon Academy with the knowledge that not only is their child known as an individual and supported but academic progress is also at the heart of our provision.

Ultimately our students will leave as fully rounded young people, who in addition to their qualifications and references can present portfolios evidencing wider skills. This can range from building a rocket car to being an award winning member of a stage crew. Beacon Academy students, like the school itself, will have a Unique Selling point which makes them stand out from the crowd.

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