Are you passionate about unleashing the boundless potential
of young minds through the power of art? Do you thrive on inspiring creativity
and nurturing artistic talent? Join our dynamic team as a Teacher of Art! At
Brompton Academy, we believe that art is not just a subject – it’s a gateway to
self-expression, innovation, and personal growth. As a Teacher of Art, you’ll
play a pivotal role in shaping the artistic journey of our students, fostering
a love for creativity that lasts a lifetime.
The successful applicant will be coming to a multi-academy
trust-wide supportive learning environment characterised by open management and
in the knowledge that they will enjoy the full support and care of the
pragmatic (and down-to-earth) leadership team. We have a dynamic, innovative
team of professional staff who want to make a difference to the lives,
aspirations and opportunities of our young people. We would encourage
applicants to visit the UKAT website to view the many employee benefits on
Brompton Academy is an extremely popular, oversubscribed
academy with a 400+ adult learner education programme. We have fantastic new
buildings with outstanding facilities and Apple technologies for all, enabling
us to enhance and support cutting-edge learning strategies required for
continuous improvement. Brompton Academy is proud of its comprehensive website
and would encourage applicants to visit for further information: http://www.bromptonacademy.org.uk/.
Your application should be made after reading the job
description and person specification, and you will use the application to tell
us how your current skills and experience fit the requirements and why you
think you would be suited to this role.
We are keen to attract top talent to our inclusive Trust,
and therefore, we welcome applications from all people across the community
spectrum regardless of their race, religion, ethnicity, sexuality, sexual
orientation, disability, gender reassignment or age.
Applications will be considered upon receipt.
The University of Kent Academies Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).
In addition, the Trust will carry out an online search, once, as part of our due diligence on shortlisted candidates. This is intended to help us identify any incidents or issues that have happened and are publicly available online.
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