Teacher, Suitable for NQTs
Geography, History, Humanities
Will consider full-time, part-time
M1, £25,714 - UPS 3, £41,604 (depending on experience) per year
We are looking for a passionate and inspiring qualified Humanities Teacher to join our supportive and talented team at Bristol Metropolitan Academy. We are a growing organisation, looking for professional and ambitious people, with a passion for transforming our students’ learning.
This position is a permanent, full-time contract however, 0.8 FTE may be considered for the right candidate. Must be able to teach either History or Geography to GCSE level with the ability/willingness to teach both at KS3.
Access to our pension scheme – Teacher Pension Scheme (if eligible)
Dedicated Training and Development programme
Health and wellness sessions and discounts
Annual CLF conferences which provides CPD opportunity
Comprehensive Induction process
Competitive salaries which are reviewed annually
Cycle to Work Scheme
Applying for the job
Please submit your application form via the CLF recruitment portal. CV’s will not be accepted and any submitted will not be considered alongside your application. More on how to apply
If you need these documents in an accessible format, please contact the school.
951 pupils enrolled
11 to 19
About Bristol Metropolitan Academy
Bristol Metropolitan Academy is part of the Cabot Learning Federation (CLF). Bristol Metropolitan Academy is an oversubscribed forward thinking Academy based in Fishponds, Bristol, rated “Good” with Outstanding features by Ofsted in 2017.
In Summer 2019 the Academy secured attainment that exceeded national average for the first time, with the best results the Academy has ever had. We also secured our best ever Progress 8 score at over +0.5. This followed a trend of continued improvement and one we continued to see in Summer 2020 against the difficult backdrop of the pandemic (and of course without official validation of national outcomes).
The students are excited to learn and are real ambassadors for our diverse community. 60% of our students come from minority ethnic backgrounds. We have over 40 identified primary languages in our student and staff community with over 35% of our students coming from having English as an additional language backgrounds. A higher than average number of our students are supported with overcoming any barriers due to a special educational need. Overall we believe we enable all students to achieve their very best through our approach to inclusion coupled with our Metropolitan Way; High Standards, High Aspirations and High Expectations.
We welcome applications from anyone excited to work in a fast paced, exciting yet challenging environment. We particularly welcome applications from those who believe they can contribute to our diverse and inclusive community.