A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite
the imagination, and instil a love of the English language.
We are currently
recruiting for a well-qualified and highly motivated Second in English to
support the Principal, Head of Department and staff and our students as we
‘strive for excellence’. Join our growing English
The role and what we are looking for:
We are looking to recruit a dynamic
and inspiring Second in English to support our Director of English and Head of English
in our high-flying English department. The successful candidate will be
required to develop teaching and learning in Englishacross either KS3 or KS4.
The exact responsibilities are negotiable and can be discussed at interview
dependent on your skill set.
We are looking for someone who is fully on-board with the academy
vision, ready to take on ownership of establishing and maintaining great
practice, effective data evaluation, and innovating our English offer. This role will involve responsibilities
and experiences which will provide excellent preparation for those aspiring for
to be a Head of English in the future.
Our offer to you:
When you join the Sholing family there are several offers you will
receive that make us stand out as an employer of choice. These include but are
not limited to:
- Opportunities for training and development internally and externally –
including certifications, with access to NPQML, NPQSL, and NPQH programmes
- Reduced workload through the Oasis curriculum resource bank
- Defined benefit teachers’ pension.
- Cycle-to-work Incentive
- Healthcare Cash Plan Scheme
- Free eye tests
- Flexible working
- Free use of our dedicated gym area
- Access to free counselling service
- Integrated IT provision to support teaching, including your own laptop
- A friendly environment with colleagues who care
We are an over-subscribed academy dedicated to celebrating success
through world-class aspiration and a love of learning. We have been on a
journey of improvement and development, becoming an Oasis academy in 2018. Our
focus is on our students, staff wellbeing and working with parents to ensure
the wider community is engaged with our school, supporting our leaders and
playing an active role in community transformation through academy-led
projects. Being part of the Oasis Community Learning Trust we benefit from
support and sharing of best practice from our regional schools, Regional
Director and wider Oasis family
Oasis Charitable Trust is wholly committed to ensuring that all children and adults at risk who engage with Oasis activities across the Oasis group through its subsidiaries (Oasis UK, Oasis Community Learning, Oasis College, Oasis Community Partnerships, Oasis Aquila Housing and STOP THE TRAFFIK), are cared for in a safe and secure environment. To fulfil this commitment, a number of safeguarding arrangements are in place.
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