- Job role
Suitable for early career teachers
- Religious education
- Working pattern
- Full time
- Contract type
- ULT teachers' pay range, £26,950-£42,920
We are seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated Religious Studies teacher, teaching RE, Philosophy and Ethics. The ability to offer Politics to KS5 would be desirable but is not an essential requirement.
You will have Qualified Teacher Status. You’re an inspiring practitioner with a proven track record of success within a secondary school setting.
You are an experienced teacher who consistently teaches good to outstanding lessons, or a less experienced teacher with the potential to be consistently good or outstanding. You will have good interpersonal skills, sound behaviour management skills and have the highest expectations for what our students can achieve.
We welcome applications from experienced classroom teachers looking for a new opportunity and from NQTs looking to start an exciting new career.
Possible R&R or TLR available for the right candidate
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- School type
- Academy, Christian, ages 11 to 18
- Education phase
- School size
- 1560 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 18
About Northampton Academy
Northampton Academy is part of United Learning, a large and growing group of schools aiming to offer a life changing education to children and young people across England.
Our schools work as a team and achieve more by sharing than any single school could. Our subject specialists, our Group-wide intranet, our own curriculum and our online learning portal all help us share knowledge and resource, helping to simplify work processes and manage workloads for an improved work-life balance.
As a Group, we can reward our staff better: with good career opportunities, better pay, benefits and ultimately, the satisfaction of helping children to succeed. We invest in our staff wellbeing. Our academies each have at least eight INSET days per year (with three of those solely dedicated to planning), and an ongoing group-wide wellbeing programme. It’s an ethos we call ‘the best in everyone’.