Teacher, Suitable for NQTs
Design and technology
National Church of England Academy
Teacher of DT [engineering]
Required for September 2021
We wish to appoint a teacher of engineering. This is a permanent appointment and suitable for an experienced or newly-qualified teacher. The successful applicant will bring real energy and dynamism to the role, have a passion for teaching and be committed to raising standards.
This role will be teaching for KS3-5 engineering and it would be beneficial if the applicant could deliver other design and technology subjects at KS3 though not essential. This role would suit an NQT or more experienced teacher looking for a refreshing new challenge.
We are looking for a candidate who is a team player to join a well-organised, forward-looking, successful faculty with a track record of high expectations and outcomes for students. The teachers in that faculty work closely together and share ideas and resources within and beyond the faculty.
If appointed, the applicant will benefit from the following:
• Full support and induction;
• Excellent CPD opportunities;
• Leadership openings if appropriate;
• A strong and caring ethos among staff and students;
• Excellent purpose-built post 16 facilities;
• Strong leadership at senior and middle levels;
• A well-being package;
• Networking opportunities across the MITRE trust.
Please contact the Head of Faculty, Mr J. Parker [firstname.lastname@example.org] to arrange a visit or a further discussion.
Closing date for applications: 12pm noon 26th April 2021
Interviews will be W/C 3rd May 2021
National Church of England Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The post is subject to an enhanced DBS check
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Academy, Church of England
1272 pupils enrolled
11 to 18
About The National CofE Academy
The academy has been a core part of the town of Hucknall since 1788 and is now a vibrant hub of education for students aged 11 to 19. Our rich heritage, combined with strong core values, our sense of community, and a steadfast commitment to improving education for all students remains crucial to our success.
We demand excellence and respect from our students and, in turn, deliver a broad and balanced curriculum to meet the needs of young minds. Allied to our reputation for progress and achievement, and superb facilities, this creates an inspiring learning environment.
As a faith academy our core values around Christianity underpin everything we do. Students’understanding of their place in the world is extended through a rich and diverse curriculum, and we teach all individuals to aspire to great things. The opportunity for all students to reach their full potential is realised through an individualised programme.