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Teacher of English

The Bulmershe School, Reading, Berkshire

Job details

Job role
Teacher, Suitable for NQTs
Subject
English
Working pattern
Full-time only
Salary
Salary according to experience

Job summary

Teacher of English
Permanent
Full time commencing September 2021
Salary according to experience plus TLR for right candidate

The Bulmershe School are looking for a Teacher of English to join in September 2021. This role has been created due to the rapid expansion of the school and to give the department additional capacity to function as efficiently as possible, giving our teachers the time to teach well and the HOD time to work closely with their team to reach their full potential. Applications from newly qualified teachers, as well as those with experience, are most welcome.

The salary offered for this post is MPS/UPS commensurate with experience and TLR can be offered for the right candidate. If you're keen to be a part of a department committed to providing our staff with the best possible teaching environment, we'd love to hear from you.

Our successful candidate will receive:

A salary commensurate with experience
Professional coaching and support to enhance teaching and learning
Opportunity to teach across Key Stage 3, 4 and 5 if desired
Bespoke CPD programme
Access to a brand new, state of the art Leisure centre and swimming pool
A thriving social and community ethos

We’re keen to hear from you if you are:

Able to motivate and inspire students to achieve their full potential
Energetic and have a ‘can-do’ attitude
Someone who has, or aspires to have, a measurable impact as an individual teacher and
throughout the school
Confident and keen for career progression
Committed to the happiness and wellbeing of everyone at the school

Employee benefits

Salary according to experience plus TLR for right candidate

Applying for the job

To apply please complete our application form (CV’s will not be accepted) and email to the Headteacher's PA:
eannetts@bulmershe.wokingham.sch.uk

More on how to apply

School overview

School type
Local authority maintained school
Education phase
Secondary
School size
1209 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 18
Ofsted report
View Ofsted report

About The Bulmershe School

The Bulmershe School is a successful comprehensive school which has served the local community for over 50 years; the school was opened in 1964 as a grammar school and has grown from strength to strength over recent years.
There are presently around 1,200 students on roll including 200 in the sixth form. Approximately 30% of students speak a first language which is not English and some students join us at an early stage of English language acquisition. We are truly a thriving international community who in November 2017 were validated by Ofsted as good with outstanding features in every category. Our diversity is our strength.
Whilst we are delighted to have received real praise from Ofsted for our work we are not complacent; we constantly look for new ideas and ways to support our students to achieve their potential. We see challenges as opportunities and with this positive mind set are open to ideas from all our staff.
The school roll draws from a diverse area including areas of social advantage although a very significant proportion of students come from areas of social and/or economic deprivation. Attainment in GCSE examinations has easily exceeded national averages for years and is improving faster than the national trend. Last year’s results were our best ever and next year’s are expected to be even better. We expect the very best of grades and the very best of progress for all our students; regardless of background or ability. The Bulmershe School is proud of the many national awards we have achieved in recognition of the many strengths of the school.

School location

Woodlands Avenue, Reading, Berkshire, RG5 3EU

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