Teacher of English + TLR 2.3
The Northworthy Trust are looking to appoint an aspiring leader and an outstanding practitioner of English who will also support the development of teaching, learning and achievement school wide. The successful candidate will be innovative, ambitious, enthusiastic and proactive.
They will have the opportunity to work with leaders and colleagues across the school to ensure strong academic progression from Key Stage 3 to Key Stage 5 and beyond and will be able to demonstrate how they have supported students to ensure excellent progress and successful outcomes for them.
The successful candidate will have strategic and managerial responsibility for English in Years 7 to 9, working closely with colleagues to manage the curriculum, the quality of teaching, the appropriateness and reliability of assessment, and ultimately the overall progress of students.
This Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. This post is subject to a DBS (formerly Enhanced CRB) Check, Medical Clearance and satisfactory references.
Applicants should note that the Trust reserves the right to close this vacancy early if there is a high volume of applications or an exceptional candidate is identified.
Essential educational requirements
– Degree in subject related course
– Qualified Teacher Status
Essential skills and experience
– Knowledge of the National Curriculum and of KS3, GCSE and A Level subject related courses
– Experience of teaching KS3 and GCSE subject related courses
At The Northworthy Trust we understand that schools are about people and that staff who are happy and enjoy their work are more productive. Therefore, we are committed to ensuring we provide outstanding CPD and an environment that enables exceptional staff well-being. We will support you in your personal and professional development, enabling you to contribute fully to the creative and dedicated teams of dynamic and ambitious staff you will be joining.
– Excellent opportunities for career progression
– Access to CPD
– Company Pension
– Competitive salary
About The Long Eaton School
About The Long Eaton School The Long Eaton School is a highly successful, forward thinking school, committed to developing high aspirations, a thirst for knowledge and a passion for lifelong learning shared by students and staff. Our vision statement, produced in consultation with students, parents, Governors and staff, underpins everything we believe in the way the school operates: Opening Doors to the Future through: • Care and respect for ourselves, each other and the environment. • Challenge and support for all to reach their potential. • Co-operation between school, home and community. • Consistency and fairness in our values and expectations. A High Performance Learning Culture for All All students at The Long Eaton School follow a broad and balanced curriculum, designed to promote academic excellence and develop individual talents and interests. This also includes a Personal Social Health Education programme. We aim to develop independent learners with transferable skills which can be applied across a range of school subjects and also in later life. We believe that The Long Eaton School is a school with high principles and good discipline, a learning community which encourages mutual respect and in which everyone is an achiever. At The Long Eaton School I see staff who are highly motivated and committed professionals and I see young people full of confidence and eager to learn. I also see parents who are proud of their children's achievements, proud of the school and keen to work with us to support their child's learning. The Long Eaton School is one of which every child matters, and we work hard to raise aspirations and to promote the social and moral development of our learners by setting positive examples. As an Academy, we have been able in recent years to enhance staffing and improve resources significantly, and to develop an increasingly broad curriculum. Being an Academy also gives us even more freedom in the way we set and meet challenging targets in respect of examination performance, new courses and retention into our Sixth Form. We have purpose built facilities for ICT and Photography, and unique specialist provision for Astronomy, alongside a dedicated study centre for Sixth Form students. Natalie Devine Acting Headteacher
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