Teacher of Ethics (RE) and PSHE

Northfleet School for Girls, Gravesend, Kent, DA11 8AQ

3 days remaining to apply

  • Expected start date

    1 September 2022

  • Application deadline

    27 May 2022 at 9:00am

  • Date listed

    29 April 2022

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MPS/UPS (£25,714 - £41,604 per annum)

Teacher of Ethics (RE) and PSHE job summary

We are seeking to appoint a full time Teacher of Ethics (RE) and PSHE who has a genuine passion for the subjects. The successful candidate will be committed to further raising standards and will be prepared to be part of an established and effective college team. They will also have an enthusiasm for teaching, learning and the progression of young people.

You will plan and deliver learning to students, so that all ‘Dream Big and Achieve’. This will involve developing a strong understanding of the curriculum, planning to meet students’ needs, delivering learning in the most effective manner and ensuring effective feedback. Through this vital role you will be able to ensure students develop a love for your subject and achieve excellent results. All of the above will be achieved through working as part of a team who values the abilities of all and works together to develop the best possible learning.

To be considered you must:

- Have Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) or be an Early Careers Teacher (ECT)
- Strong knowledge of the KS3 – KS5 curriculum
- Work well with staff and pupils alike
- Be motivated to get the best out of the pupils
- Have strong classroom management skills

As a school we will offer you:

- A comprehensive induction
- Extensive professional development based on your needs and aspirations
- The opportunity to be part of a subject and whole school team which believes in working together to achieve excellence
- A school which values every individuals’ contribution and seeks to develop teachers skills and talents across all areas of school life
- A school which believes that students and staff should ‘enjoy the journey!’

Please visit our website www.nsfg.org.uk and see the attached documents for further information on the school and the role.

We welcome any candidate who may wish to visit for an informal tour or conversation in advance of applying. If you would like to take up this opportunity, please contact Mrs Annable by email to arrange - j.annable@nsfg.org.uk.

Northfleet Schools for Girls is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. The appointment is subject to satisfactory references, medical clearance and an enhanced DBS check.

We reserve the right to withdraw this advert before the published closing date should a suitable candidate be appointed before. 

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About Northfleet School for Girls

School type
Local authority maintained school, ages 11 to 18
Education phase
View all Secondaryjobs
School size
1126 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 18
Contact phone number
01474 831020

Northfleet School for Girls is a vibrant and caring school on a very exciting journey. We have been growing rapidly (46% increase in student roll since 2017) and we believe this is down to the following key areas:

- A clear aspirational vision which is shared by staff, students and parents
- A dedicated staffing team who really care
- A proven track record of year-on-year improvements in all areas, including exam results, destinations and attendance (pre-covid)
- Excellent student behaviour and a lovely community feel within the school

In March 2022 we had a very positive Ofsted inspection. Below are some of the observations made during the inspection:

"Pupils are polite, respectful, courteous and considerate”

“Relationships between pupils and their teachers are caring and supportive”

“Staff turnover is low because teachers enjoy working at the school”

“The responses to the staff survey show that staff are proud to be part of the school”

Northfleet School for Girls is a friendly school which values every individual as a professional member of the whole team.

Our vision is that all students should dream big and achieve. This is realised through staff, students and parents working closely together, having high expectations in all areas and enjoying the journey.

We are at a very exciting stage in our path to outstanding. Results have improved year on year and are now significantly above similar schools, student engagement is excellent and intake numbers are expanding rapidly at both Year 7 and Year 12. We were particularly excited to have opened our brand new dedicated Sixth Form building in January 2022.

The following quotes from our staff survey give a feel for the school;

“I believe the students behaviour is really good and it makes this school a great place to work.”

“The school management have a caring ethos and as a new member of staff I am very impressed with how valued I have been made to feel and the initiatives to make the working environment a happy place to be.”

“I love working at this school and do find it a good school to work for. I do feel valued and that there are opportunities for me to professionally develop. The behaviour here is good and SLT are supportive. It is a great school to work at.”

“Fantastic place to work - staff very supportive of each other and students.”

“The school is immaculately presented which provides a professional environment for our students to learn in and be proud of. SLT always make time to support every member of staff and the expectation of the workforce is clear.

If you would like to be part of a school that values the contribution of all staff in achieving great education and want to work in an environment where everyone is supported to develop further then we would like to speak with you.

Arranging a visit to Northfleet School for Girls

If you would like to visit the school prior to submitting an application please contact Mrs Jo Annable, HR Co-ordinator by email at personnel@nsfg.org.uk or by phone on 01474 831020.

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