role and what we are looking for
successful candidate will teach KS3 and KS4 art and/or photography. We have three art courses available to
students at KS4 - fine art, photography and textiles - therefore there are lots
of opportunities to teach a variety of areas.
The Art Department consists of three teachers and a technician. A willingness to support the Academy ethos
and support of extra-curricular activities within the Academy is essential. You
must be able to use a range of teaching strategies to inspire and motivate our
students and demonstrate a commitment to sharing best practice with colleagues
in the department. A passion for creative arts and a commitment to developing
it across the curriculum is paramount.
Oasis Academy Sholing is a rapidly improving, forward thinking
Academy which maintains high expectations of staff and students.
is part of the highly successful Oasis Community Learning multi-academy
trust. The successful candidate will
share the ambition of community transformation, delivered by exceptional
education at the heart of the community.
are searching for somebody who has high expectations, a commitment to raising standards and up to
date knowledge of teaching and learning.
offer to you
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 through Oasis
- 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
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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