Teacher, Suitable for NQTs
Will consider full-time, part-time
NQT / MPS
We are looking for a motivated, engaging Teacher of Film & Media to join us in September 2021. The position if full-time but we will also consider part-time at 0.8fte.
The successful candidate will be able to teach all aspects of Film and Media at KS4/KS5. Experience teaching practical elements of BTEC is essential. The ability to teach additional subjects would be advantageous.
We currently teach the EDUCAS specifications for GCSE and A Level and Pearson for BTEC Level 3 and we are extremely proud of our outstanding results.
KS4 Film Studies
The aim of our KS4 Film Studies curriculum is to both enhance our students literacy in reading and questioning visual imagery, and expose them to a range of cultures and beliefs that may be different from their own.
Our choice of films, from those set by the exam board is carefully chosen to widen our students understanding of the world around them and the experiences of others.
Studying film allows our students to learn and discuss a diverse topics such as as Apartheid South Africa, the Iraq War, Japanese Industrialisation, Black British experience, 1980s High Capitalism and 1950’s post war culture and the birth of the teenager.
Students will study a variety of American, global and British films allowing them to compare and contrast different cultures and experiences from around the world.
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Applying for the job
Please apply via our attached academy application form.
Our application pack (attached) gives further details on our school, our multi-academy trust and our vacancy.
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Academy, Church of England, ages 11 to 18
1431 pupils enrolled
11 to 18
About Archbishop Sentamu Academy
Welcome to the Archbishop Sentamu Academy
Our aim is to bring the highest standards of education to the young people in our local area.
It is a great honour to be the Principal at Archbishop Sentamu Academy. I was born less than a mile away from our academy and I want to ensure all students lead the best life possible.
‘To lead the best life possible’
Our distinctively Christian vision is that everyone will be able ‘to lead the best life possible’, now and in the future. It is underpinned by the words of Jesus in John 10:10, which says, “I have come that you may have life in all its fullness.” Our vision is lived out through our academy values of Respect, Community, Courage and Wisdom.
We value respect, at all levels to and from each other. It is through respect that we can grow.
We see ourselves as a wider school community supporting each other. For us, community is also the locality in which we are situated and in which we serve.
We value courage from students and staff, to make progress with personal and academic development. We know not all decisions or actions are straightforward and we know we need courage to persevere.
Finally, we value wisdom. The ability to reflect on lessons and events so that we can learn from them and become better people.
Whilst we insist on rigorously high academic standards for all, we also focus on developing the whole student and promoting their well-being.
I want exactly the same high standards for Archbishop Sentamu Academy children as for my own. By offering inspirational teaching and a range of extra-curricular activities, I strive therefore, with all my staff, to ensure that they are safe, happy and given every chance to flourish and to lead the best life possible.
I look forward to working with you all to ensure we achieve this.
Chay Bell Academy Principal
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