excellent opportunity has arisen to join a very successful and forward-thinking
Computing and ICT Department within a high performing school.
Applicants will have had experience of
teaching across the ability range at KS3 and KS4 and must be passionate, well
organised, and hardworking, with high expectations of students and
colleagues. Successful candidates will
be given the opportunity to develop teaching resources and other assessment
materials. ECTs are welcome to apply. For the right candidate we will also welcome
applicants that would like to be considered for a part-time role.
Catholic College is a highly successful, heavily over-subscribed mixed 11-19
Catholic comprehensive school in the South of Birmingham. We were
designated one of the first 100 Teaching Schools in the country and we are also
a lead school for the Central Maths Hub, the Central Midland Science Learning
Partnership, the Schools Sports Partnership and the Birmingham and Central
Midlands Computing Hub. The school has recently been designated as a Microsoft
Showcase School in recognition of its excellence in innovation and the
effective use of technology. From September 2024 we will be launching our SCITT
which will recruit and train the next generation of inspirational teachers.
This is a measure of the high achievements of the school and its excellence in
training and developing staff.
Catholic College provides a clear and structured professional growth model for
teachers. We offer the Best Practice Network training programme for ECTs,
supplemented by carefully designed in-school training. All teachers take part
in a choice of CPD Pathways which run throughout the year, led by Lead Teachers
to develop understanding of research and practice in an area of your choice.
Our Performance Management process is characterised by a focus on Professional
Growth, using the process to identify and map out a long-term career plan, so
you can be confident that you are getting the support to develop professionally
in a way that supports your personal goals.
Bishop Challoner is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. It has policies and procedures to ensure that this occurs. All short-listed applicants will be subject to a Google Search (Safer Recruitment Guidelines). The successful applicant will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check.
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