This is an opportunity
for an experienced teacher with a passion for English to be instrumental in
helping our students overcome their barriers to learning and encourage them to
engage in lessons to become more effective learners, and to improve their academic
and pastoral progress. You will ensure high standards of teaching and learning
are delivered to small groups of students across key stages 3-5 and in return
we will give you a varied, diverse and rewarding working environment
your teaching commitments, this role will also lead on the schools reading and
oracy programme and interventions and closely support the Head of English to
develop and improve Literacy across the curriculum as well as helping develop
the English Curriculum as a whole.
The successful applicant will have a proven track
record or ability to demonstrate a passion to teach young people with social,
emotional and mental health issues. Additionally, you will have a demonstrable commitment
to transforming the lives of young people coupled with an abundance of
enthusiasm which will encourage engagement and commitment from our students
Staff responses when asked ‘What are
the school’s greatest strengths?’
- ‘Safeguarding and welfare of
- ‘Compassion, empathy and
- ‘Flexible, creative and personalised
approaches for all’
- ‘Outstanding outcomes for young people’
Cranbury College is
part of the Maiden Erlegh Trust family of schools, whose motto is “schools for the community, schools as a community”.
The aim for every school in the Trust, whilst espousing their values and ethos,
and having a core of common policies and procedures, will serve its own
community’s needs in a bespoke way and also create a feeling of community
within its own school. In that way all the potential and talents of every child and
every member of staff will be nurtured.
Being part of the Maiden Erlegh Trust also offers a
range of career opportunities in its vibrant and successful schools. We are very happy to discuss flexible working
arrangements including part-time working and job-sharing.
Maiden Erlegh Trust
is committed to safeguarding, equality and promoting the welfare of children
and staff. We are also committed to being ambitious for all and supporting
everyone to reach their full potential. All employees of the Trust are expected
to share these commitments. All posts require satisfactory employment checks
and references and a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service
check. All Leadership roles will require a Section 128 check.
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