- Job role
Suitable for early career teachers
- Working pattern
- Part time
0.7 or 0.9
The part time will either consist of both Mondays off and one Friday in two for 0.7 contract, or 4.5 days a week/ or Week A 4 days, Week B 5 days for 0.9 contract.
- Contract type
- Fixed term (Until August 2022)
- £27,186 - £42,192
We require a part time Teacher of Citizenship to join The Victory Academy. You will be joining a team of committed professionals to teach Years 7-13. You will be a motivated and enthusiastic teacher who has a positive and open approach to learning. This post is suitable for an experienced teacher or NQT with a passion for Citizenship.
Applying for the job
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- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 18
- Education phase
- School size
- 1097 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 18
About The Victory Academy
The Victory Academy is part of The Thinking Schools Academy Trust. We are a mixed Comprehensive School for students of all ability ranges, where everyone works and learns within its caring and supportive environment. Victory is a school for the local community, and we seek opportunities for students to develop as local citizens and serve and support our surrounding charities, industries and families.
“The behaviour of pupils is good….Pupils are polite and show consideration for others”
“Staff feel well supported…”
We are privileged to work in a stunning learning environment with excellent resources. One of our many strengths is having a strong programme of arts education, including a Platinum Artsmark award which is held by less than 1% of schools in England.
We are focused on providing an education for all. Our belief is that each person is unique – every member of our community has gifts and talents that we seek to grow and channel. We offer a broad and balanced curriculum geared towards ensuring that our students will achieve their academic potential regardless of their starting points, and be dynamic members of society when they leave the Academy.