- MPS/UPS (£25,714 - £41,604) Competitive salary for the Berkshire Area
Religious Studies Teacher job summary
Are you a Religious Studies teacher excited for a new challenge? Would you like to join a school community, which values the development of its teachers and invests heavily in CPD? We are looking for a teacher to join our successful Religious Studies team. We are committed to providing the environment and training for you to develop your career and refine your practice.
an open and collaborative community that trusts its teachers, equipping them with the skills and allowing them the freedom to act as valued professionals;
outstanding facilities and resources;
high quality inset days, Minimum 15% non-contact time, bespoke three-year induction programme for new teachers & leadership development programmes;
a range of personal benefits, including Cycle to Work Scheme, on site leisure centre and an active staff social committee;
rigid procedures for managing behaviour;
the opportunity to be part of an Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ School that believes ‘better never stops’.
For further insight into this role and Kennet School, please download the application pack.
We would like you to be:
able to teach Religious Studies to KS4;
creative, with a forward thinking attitude and unapologetically passionate about your subject;
committed to working collaboratively as part of a team and across the school;
willing to think creatively and take risks in the classroom;
hard-working with excellent organisational skills.
How to Apply: The quickest way to apply is by clicking the ‘Quick Apply’ button. Alternatively, you can download our application form from the ‘Vacancies’ section of our website and send your completed document to email@example.com.
The school’s successes are well documented, but we believe that it is most impressive when seen in action. We welcome enquiries and visits prior to application, so please get in touch with Ms L Mathews, Deputy Headteacher for more information.
Deadline: Monday, 16 May 2022. Candidates selected for interview will be informed by telephone soon after.
We reserve the right to interview before the application deadline in exceptional cases, so we encourage early applications.
Interview Date: Wednesday, 18 and Thursday, 19 May 2022
Kennet School is committed to equal opportunities, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all employees, governors, trainees and volunteers to share in this commitment.
We seek employees who are keen to contribute to the fuller life of this highly over-subscribed and ambitious school.
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About Kennet School
- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 18
- School size
- 1815 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 18
Kennet is a dynamic and ambitious 11-18 comprehensive school which opened in September 1957. The school has grown over the last 60 years, both in terms of size and success. We currently have approximately 1,780 pupils on roll including strong numbers in the Sixth Form at around 350 pupils. We were judged by Ofsted to be Outstanding in May 2016 and have accumulated a number of awards including Arts Mark Platinum, Exceptional Schools Award, NACE Challenge Award and Investors in Careers. We are currently working on the Sandwell Well-Being Charter Mark focusing on the mental health and well-being of our whole organisation.
Arranging a visit to Kennet School
We welcome enquiries and visits prior to application, so please get in touch with Ms L Mathews, Deputy Headteacher for more information.