Teacher of Computer Science and ICT Caldew School, Carlisle, Cumbria

Job description

We are looking for an innovative and enthusiastic teacher of Computer Science and ICT who will inspire our students and help to develop effective skills across the full age and ability range to start in September 2020.
We have a good team of Computer Science and ICT professionals and the department is well-resourced. We are always looking to develop and innovate the equipment used and the methods in which we teach the students. We have recently invested in a lot of “hands on” Computer Science equipment, digital cameras, lighting, green screen and tablets in order to drive excitement and enthusiasm across the school.
This is an ideal opportunity for either an NQT or experienced teacher with a passion for ICT and Computer Science learning to enhance the opportunities and experiences of students at Caldew.

Essential educational requirements

Undergraduate degree in Computer Science / ICT

Essential qualifications

QTS

Essential skills and experience

Evidence of use of varied teaching and learning styles.
Evidence of good organisational skills.
High order communication skills.


About Caldew School

Caldew School is a popular, rural 11-18 mixed comprehensive school situated south of the city of Carlisle with a catchment area that extends to the fringe of the Lake District. We have 1000 pupils on roll including a Sixth Form of 160. The school is heavily over-subscribed and the roll is steady. We have a good and improving track record of achievement at all examination levels, good resources and facilities and a rich programme of visits and extra-curricular activities. Our Ofsted inspection in June 2018 graded Caldew as ‘requires improvement’. However the inspection team noted that significant improvements had been made over the past two years and we are not complacent and we know that there areas where we need to do better.

Address
Dalston, Carlisle, Cumbria, CA5 7NN
Phase
Secondary
Type
Academy
Website
Caldew School website (opens in a new window)