be an inspirational teacher of Games Design at Level 3 and Creative Media at Level
2 and you will drive the achievement of our students in these subjects at both
KS4 and KS5. You will be passionate
about promoting creativity and keen to ensure it is embedded into the culture
and future development of The Studio.
work alongside colleagues to harness the creative talents of our students and
support them to develop excellence across a range of academic and vocational
subjects and through our Project Based Learning programme. You will work with our Sector Skills Champion
to make best use of our industry partners to stimulate students’ interest and
develop their employability in the creative industries. You will need to be skilled in using
technology to enrich and personalise learning.
The Studio is a great place to
work. It is a forward thinking school
leading developments in project based learning and coaching and you will play a
full part in this. This is a collaborative
approach to learning and teaching and you will need to be good at forging
purposeful relationships, flexible in approach and a strong team player.
Opened in September 2013, The
Studio, Liverpool, is a school for 14-19 year olds focused on the creative and digital
technology sectors. The Studio empowers students to make a positive impact on
the world through an innovative use of digital technology and is a launchpad
for students’ careers in emerging areas of the creative and digital sectors.
Housed in a state of the art
building in the Baltic Triangle area of Liverpool, The Studio looks, feels and is different in the way it shapes
learning and creates its own unique culture of excellence through project based
and technology led learning. As we grow,
there are likely to be many opportunities for career progression both at The
Studio and through the Northern Schools Trust.
We are a unique school with
student entry at the start of KS4 and KS5.
With half the school being new each year, you will need the flexibility
and problem-solving skills required to work in an emergent context. In return, you will play a central role in building
the national and international reputation of The Studio and will have ample
opportunity to demonstrate your own success.
is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young
people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Owing to new KCSIE changes for 2022, HR will undertake a
public online search of all shortlisted candidates.
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