TEACHER OF ART
full-time or part-time considered
minimum – UPS maximum
The ideal teacher must
be able to teach Art to KS3 and Photography to KS4 and KS5
and bring a high level of expertise in this specialism, for a minimum of at
least 3 days per week, including a tutor group.
The professional competencies expected of a Teacher
of Art are:
- Be an Outstanding Teacher (or have the potential to
be) with evidence of impact on pupil outcomes with a proven track record of
total commitment to helping every pupil achieve their very best and make
- Have excellent understanding of what constitutes
excellence in teaching and learning.
- Have a keen understanding of data and be able to
analyse patterns in performance over time and use this to support and help
- Be a positive role model for pupils and staff on a
- Collaborate effectively with staff, parents/carers
and students. Many groups are shared and the ability to collaborate with other
staff in a cohesive way is essential.
- The ability to communicate clearly and tactfully
using appropriate methods and an awareness of the impact of your own communication on others.
- Able to maintain positive relationships with all
and able to work as an effective and flexible part of a team; willing to change methods of work and routines
to benefit the team and department.
- Be able to multi-task and work under pressure,
- Be flexible and resilient in managing and executing
their daily responsibilities.
- Able to demonstrate strong planning and
- Willingness to accept responsibility for your own
actions and be proactive.
- The ability to prioritise effectively, meet
deadlines and accept challenges.
The qualifications and experience required of a
Teacher of Art and Photography are:
- Have a qualified teacher status.
- Ideally a degree in Photography.
The College is focused on providing outstanding
quality to their students and staff not only in education but also through its
provision of exceptional facilities and accommodation on site across its
All College staff enjoy a number of
non-contractual benefits, including:
- Professional development
- Free refreshments
- Free on-site car parking
- A generous pension as part of the Local
Government Pension Scheme (LGPS)
- Discounts, reward cards & promo
codes via our staff benefits platform
- A Cycle to Work scheme
24/7 access to our Employee Assistance Programme, at
no cost to you
Wymondham College is a member of the Sapientia
Education Trust (SET). SET is an expanding multi-academy trust with 10 primary
and 7 secondary schools.
Application closing date: 12 noon Friday 1
Interview date: W/C 4 March 2024
application form at: https://bit.ly/42z3xKu
To find out more about Wymondham College, go to www.wymondhamcollege.org or www.se-trust.org
Or contact the HR team on firstname.lastname@example.org / 01953 609012
The post-holder will be required to comply with the Wymondham College Code of Conduct for Staff and Volunteers. Wymondham College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants must be prepared to undergo a number of checks to confirm their suitability to work with children and young people. The Trust welcomes applications from all sectors of the community.
In accordance with the Department of Education’s “Keeping Children Safe in Education”, references will be sought on all short-listed candidates before interview.
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