Part time Teacher of Business (0.5 or 0.6 FTE)
32 days remaining to apply
Job start date
1 September 2023
24 April 2023 at 12pm (midday)
7 March 2023
- Key stage 3, Key stage 4
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Full-time equivalent salary
- 26,228 - 42,436 FTE
QEGS has a pay scale above CPS and remuneration will be set according to qualifications and experience. All
teachers are members of the Teachers’ Pension Scheme.
What skills and experience we're looking for
Applicants must have a strong academic background and an enthusiasm for the subject, which will be reflected not only in their passion for teaching, but also in their interest in assisting with extra-curricular activities related to the Department. The successful applicant will deliver a range of lessons which follow the current schemes of work and will be expected to contribute to the extra-curricular life of the school. They will have an aptitude to motivate and stretch pupils and students of all abilities, bring forward new or alternative ideas in the teaching and have good communication skills. They will be responsible to the Subject Leader of Music and Head of Creative Arts Faculty.
The successful candidate will:
- Actively encourage the promotion of Music
- Advise and assist in delivering a dynamic and varied extra-curricular music programme that highlights our most talented pupils and students whilst also providing performance opportunities for all
- Be responsible for a specific area of the provision of extended learning and music activities including regular groups and practices
- Have sufficient piano skills to be able to accompany pupils and students
- Contribute to the planning and organisation of concerts, services and creative days
- Be willing to participate and assist with school visits
- Undertake other reasonable responsibilities associated with this post
What the school offers its staff
Investment in CPD is generous with staff taking part in a wide range of internal and external courses designed to improve and support teaching, innovative behaviour techniques and curriculum delivery.
The school enjoys a reputation for academic excellence. It continues to draw pupils and students from a wide
area of north and east Lancashire. Students proceed to the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, as well as
other well renowned institutions and almost all the Year 13 students go on to university.
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About Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School
- School type
- Free School, ages 4 to 19
- Education phase
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- School size
- 1279 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 4 to 19
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Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School was founded in 1509. A former Direct Grant Grammar School, it is now a Multi Academy Trust and caters for approximately 1300 pupils and students. The QEGS family currently consists of the Primary School (ages 4-11), Secondary School, (11-16) and Sixth Form (16-18). The School is fully coeducational. In September 2019 the School was one of the first in the country to undergo an Ofsted inspection under the new framework and was awarded ‘Good with Outstanding features’. During the 1990s and 2000s with the demise of the Assisted Places Scheme, Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School as an independent school gradually became a smaller school and although what we did was good we decided that an alternative model would be better for securing our future and enabling us to remain true to our original roots as a school for pupils and students of diverse backgrounds without charging fees. Thus we became a Free School in September 2014, creating many opportunities for increasing the breadth of our curriculum and extra-curricular activities. Our ethos remains the same: a commitment to high aspirations for all and educating pupils and students so they become well-rounded, confident individuals who will go on to make a positive contribution to society. The school enjoys a reputation for academic excellence. It continues to draw pupils and students from a wide area of north and east Lancashire. Students proceed to the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, as well as other well renowned institutions and almost all the Year 13 students go on to university. The school remains committed to a wide range of extra-curricular activities. Facilities are excellent, including a large sports hall, refurbished sports fields, swimming pool and Sixth Form Centre. Investment in CPD is generous with staff taking part in a wide range of internal and external courses designed to improve and support teaching, innovative behaviour techniques and curriculum delivery. Innovative and up-to-date in our approach, we nonetheless remain conscious of our long and fine tradition. The successful candidate will be in sympathy with the aims and ethos of independent education (without fees) and will wish to participate in the extra-curricular life of the school. Academic results are good and are consistently improving. Typically, over a quarter of A levels are graded A*/A, half are graded A*/B, and the pass rate is close to or at one hundred percent. At GCSE, Progress 8, Attainment 8 and the percentage gaining English and Maths are strong. At EYFS, Key Stage 1 and 2 we consistently achieve well, particularly in the externally examined aspects. More information is available through our website. The school is oversubscribed.
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