Are you enthusiastic about teaching drama?
Do you have a love for drama and show passion and energy in the classroom?
Do you have a thoughtful and self-reflective approach to pedagogy?
Do you have a desire to be an outstanding classroom practitioner?
If you can answer yes to these questions, we would love to hear from you.
This is an exciting opportunity to join the Drama Department, part of the successful Creative Arts Faculty, within an outstanding Secondary School. The successful candidate will be committed to planning and delivering a high quality, interesting curriculum, which will challenge and inspire all our students.
Extra-curricular is also important to the department and the successful candidate will assist with after school exam rehearsals and performances, assist with the annual whole school production and lead the weekly KS3 Drama Club. They will also contribute to whole faculty events, for example our Y9 Diversity Day.
We are looking for a teacher who displays the following characteristics:
Enthusiasm for working with 11-16 year old students.
A thoughtful and self-reflective approach to pedagogy.
A desire to be an outstanding classroom practitioner.
A passion for the subject.
Excellent ICT skills that make learning visible in the classroom.
Excellent subject knowledge and a continued desire to develop further.
If you are an outstanding practitioner with drive, resilience and ambition then we would love to hear from you.
A Centre of Excellence
Tomlinscote is a highly successful, over-subscribed, mixed comprehensive school of approximately 1500 students. Our staff enjoy working here because our standards, facilities and staff well-being are excellent.
Our students are a pleasure to teach and make excellent progress as shown by the positive examination data. All Tomlinscote students and teaching staff have their own iPad to enhance learning inside or outside of the classroom.
As a new member of staff you will receive plenty of support from colleagues within the department and from the wider school community.
We also expect staff to undertake a pastoral role as a form tutor. There are also opportunities to get involved in the wider life of the school through trips and extracurricular activities and we will develop every staff member that joins our team, providing one-to-one support, coaching and mentoring and access to extensive professional development.
Any applicant should hold QTS (or equivalent) and a relevant undergraduate degree to be considered for this post.
Applications from Early Career Teachers are warmly received. The School offers an excellent ECT induction programme and has a proven record of developing outstanding teachers, many of whom have continued their career development into year leader roles within our setting. As an ECT, you would join our ECT induction programme, supported by all our staff, and a dedicated mentor. Our ECT programme provides the bridge between Initial Teacher Training and a successful teaching career.
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We welcome applications from all suitably qualified applicants, however all disabled applicants who meet our minimum criteria will be invited for an interview.
The Prospect Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and young people within our care and requires all staff and volunteers to share and demonstrate this commitment. Any future offer of employment remains subject to satisfactory pre-employment checks, including enhanced DBS clearance, a health check and references.
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