Teacher of Art Thomas Middlecott Academy, Boston, Lincolnshire

Job description

To be an effective teacher (and tutor) who supports and challenges all students to achieve their full potential.

Essential educational requirements

Degree or equivalent

Essential qualifications

QTS

Essential skills and experience

The skills, knowledge and understanding necessary to teach Key Stages 3-4
A very good classroom teacher, demonstrating ability to innovate
Understanding of current curriculum issues
Be flexible and responsive to a changing educational environment
Committed to working co-operatively with young people; able to communicate sensitively, imaginatively and effectively with them
Able to motivate and encourage problem solving
Able to communicate effectively with parents to represent the Academy positively and feedback information as appropriate
Committed to career progression and own and others' professional development
Well motivated, enthusiastic and prepared to work hard
Have high expectations of what students and staff can achieve
Fully supportive of the aims and ethos of the Trust and Academy
Able to develop and co-ordinate a sustainable strategy towards extra curriculum activities

Employee benefits

Teachers' Pension Scheme
Professional development programme


About Thomas Middlecott Academy

Thomas Middlecott Academy is situated in Kirton, within the Borough of Boston, Lincolnshire. Our academy is named after Sir Thomas Middlecott, who founded the first Free Grammar School in Kirton in 1624, and there has been a school serving our local community ever since. The academy fosters sport as a huge focus but will also benefit from other opportunities as part of the David Ross Education Trust. This includes new IT systems, unrivaled enrichment opportunities and increased academic expectations. We are very lucky to be able to benefit from an outstanding sports and fitness centre which has a multi purpose sports hall, dance studio and fitness suite.

Address
Edinburgh Drive, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE20 1JS
Phase
Secondary
Type
Academy
Website
Thomas Middlecott Academy website (opens in a new window)