successful candidate will be:
- An excellent classroom practitioner
- Committed to achieving the very best outcomes for our students and our
journey to being an outstanding school
- Able to create a stimulating learning environment to promote exceptional
progress and high engagement
- Passionate about teaching and learning and your own professional
- Able to make a significant contribution to the development of Art,
within the Expressive and Performing Arts Faculty
Why apply to work at Brighton Hill Community School?
support from the Faculty and the Senior Leadership Team.
- “The recent
improvements in the school have increased staff morale. High-quality
training and development for all staff is effective.” (Ofsted)
- "Staff feel
proud of their school and their contribution to pupils’ academic and
support, decisiveness in action and approachability has resulted in staff
feeling highly valued and empowered as professionals.” (Local
Authority Inspection Report, 2021)
- “In all aspects
of life within Brighton Hill Community School, there is a culture and
ethos of ‘people first’ and high expectations through a calm, well-managed
environment, that is constantly modelled by leadership with relentless
pursuit in maintaining the embodiment of the vision.” (Local Authority Inspection Report, 2021)
- Support to be
innovative and develop your professional skills, with our bespoke and
expansive CPD programme.
- Benefit from our
alliance with the Teaching School and to collaborate with colleagues.
- Opportunities to
continue the upward progress trajectory of this faculty
- Work within an
established team who are highly resourced and have a strong sense of
collaboration and support for each other.
- Opportunities to
contribute to an extensive extra-curricular programme for students.
We are committed to safeguarding children and promoting the welfare of students and expect all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to DBS and other employment checks.
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