Head of Design Technology - TLR2c
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Job start date
1 September 2023
20 March 2023 at 9am
14 March 2023
- Key stage 3, Key stage 4
- View all Full timejobs - This is a full time permanent post
TLR 2c = £7,368
What skills and experience we're looking for
We are seeking to appoint an inspirational and experienced teacher and leader who will strive to make a positive difference to the lives of our students.
You will have the ambition and skills to achieve excellence in Design Technology at both key stage 3 and key stage 4 and deliver challenging and inspiring lessons through excellent classroom management and an inspiring curriculum.
You will need to pursue excellence from our students and support them in accessing their full potential across the subject area, regardless of background.
You will have the necessary communication and management skills to lead a team effectively, drawing the best out of others as well as holding people to account for the quality of their planning, teaching, assessment and classroom culture.
You will by nature be both a servant and instructional leader – leading by example and being prepared to model and share your own highly effective practice before expecting others to do the same.
Positive relationships and a culture of high expectations of our students and ourselves are key aspects of our school culture and we are looking for people strongly aligned to our Christian values.
- Are you passionate about leading Design Technology and improving the life chances of our students?
- Are you looking for the opportunity to lead your own Department and make your mark?
- Do you have experience of teaching the 9-1 GCSE AQA specification or are you willing to adapt to it?
- Do you have experience of delivering significant success at grades 9-7 at GCSE?
- Do you have exceptional classroom management skills?
- Can you motivate, inspire and enthuse students?
- Are you able to embrace our strong Christian ethos?
What the school offers its staff
We are a school on a mission – to provide an exceptional education for every young person that we serve in our school community so that their life chances are transformed.
Our school is underpinned by its Christian values of Caring, Learning and Succeeding. These palpably define the culture of the school. We test all we do through the lens of what is right for each child. You will hear us use the phrase ‘ruthlessly compassionate’ which means each and every day we have the resolve, commitment and highest of expectations to do the right thing for every child, because every child has the right to an exceptional education.
In our most recent successful inspection, our strong vision for the curriculum, determined leadership and increased trajectory of improvement are all recognised and there is a strong recognition that the school is on course to be judged ‘good or better’ at its next graded inspection.
We are committed to delivering the highest standards and our staff are proud to belong to the school; we believe that Lowton Church of England High School is a great place to be. This post offers you the opportunity to work in and with:
- A caring school where you can make a real difference to the lives of young people.
- A school with a strong will and determination to be excellent.
- A school that has high expectations of all who work here.
- A school that places the quality of learning at the heart everything
- Supportive and cooperative staff who are committed to their roles.
In applying for this role, you could be part of our exciting journey towards excellence.
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About Lowton Church of England High School
- School type
- Local authority maintained school, Church of England, ages 11 to 16
- Education phase
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- School size
- 770 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 16
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We are a school on a mission – to provide an exceptional education for every young person that we serve in our school community so that their life chances are transformed. The conditions are ripe to make this an exceptional school we have made considerable progress, externally validated through our best set of GCSE results ever and a strong set of Ofsted inspections. We are now looking for a committed and aligned individual with drive and passion for the school’s ambition to raise and support the aspirations of all students. In our most recent successful inspection, our strong vision for the curriculum, determined leadership and increased trajectory of improvement are all recognised and there is a strong recognition that the school is on course to be judged ‘good or better’ at its next graded inspection. In applying for this role, you could be part of our exciting journey towards excellence. We are committed to delivering the highest standards and our staff are proud to belong to the school; we believe that Lowton Church of England High School is a great place to be.
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