Design and technology
£25,714 - £41,604
Required from May 2021 to work at Hobart High School, Loddon, a Head of Design and Technology to lead an experienced, progressive and successful team. This post will have responsibility for provision at Key Stage 3 including Food Technology, Product Design and Textiles, and the Key Stage 4 GCSE courses we offer - Food Preparation and Nutrition, and Design and Technology. The successful candidate will be required to teach Food including within Key Stage 4.
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665 pupils enrolled
11 to 16
About Hobart High School
Hobart High School is a highly successful converter Academy, and part of the Clarion Academy Trust. We have an excellent reputation within the community and further afield for enhancing the life chances of our students. Hobart is a smaller than average 11-16 provider located in the heart of the beautiful Norfolk countryside but within 10 miles of the vibrant and historic city of Norwich.
We set high standards and we are ambitious for our students, staff and school so that we create excellence in a caring community.
By joining Hobart High School, you will become part of a staff dedicated to and passionate about securing the best possible outcomes for our young people. We can offer you:
• The chance to work as part of a forward thinking dynamic team
• A creative and innovative environment
• Excellent opportunities for career and professional development
• A welcoming and supportive staffing body
Clarion Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people across its schools and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be required to complete an enhanced DBS, and have checks carried out with previous employers. We are an equal opportunities employer.
Arranging a visit to Hobart High School
Contact with the school is warmly welcomed and encouraged, please contact Marion Billington on 01508 520359 Ext: 230 to make arrangements for a call, virtual meeting with the Head of School or a visit.