successful candidate will:
- Be a consistently good/outstanding classroom practitioner
- Be able to articulate clear vision of what constitutes outstanding
- Be inspirational in your approach to teaching, leadership and
- Demonstrate resilience and commitment to continually raising standards
apply to work at Brighton Hill Community School?
support from the Faculty and the Senior Leadership Team.
- “The recent
improvements in the school have increased staff morale. High-quality
training and development for all staff is effective.” (Ofsted)
- Staff feel proud
of their school and their contribution to pupils’ academic and personal
support, decisiveness in action and approachability has resulted in staff
feeling highly valued and empowered as professionals.” (Local
Authority Inspection Report, 2021)
- “In all
aspects of life within Brighton Hill Community School, there is a culture
and ethos of ‘people first’ and high expectations through a calm,
well-managed environment, that is constantly modelled by leadership with
relentless pursuit in maintaining the embodiment of the vision.”
(Local Authority Inspection Report, 2021)
- Support to be
innovative and develop your professional skills, with our bespoke and
expansive CPD programme.
- Benefit from our
alliance with the Teaching School and to collaborate with colleagues.
- Opportunities to continue
the upward progress trajectory of this faculty
- Work within an
established team who are highly resourced and have a strong sense of
collaboration and support for each other.
- Opportunities to
contribute to an extensive extra-curricular programme for students.
are seeking an innovative, highly effective, and inspirational individual to
lead and manage our Creative Industries Faculty from Term 3, April 2023. The
faculty leads teaching & learning across KS3 & 4 for Design &
Technology and Food Preparation & Nutrition. A recruitment allowance will
be considered for a teacher who has the right skills and attributes. This is
the perfect opportunity for a developing leader that could lead to a permanent
teaching position at the end of the maternity cover.
Hill Community School has been recently rated as ‘Outstanding’ in 3 of the 4
areas inspected by Ofsted and ‘Good’ overall. We continue our rapid
progress journey of ‘making success inevitable’ as a coeducational 11-16 Community
School with over 1,200 students, expected to grow to over 1250 from September 2023.
You will teach across the age and ability range predominantly in your subject
specialism(s) and make a significant positive contribution to the vision of the
is a key leadership and management post suitable for an enthusiastic and ambitious
teacher with or without previous middle leader experience and will provide a
good foundation for future senior career development in school.
We are committed to safeguarding children and promoting the welfare of students and expect all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to DBS and other employment checks.
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