Teacher of Geography (0.6) job summaryRequired from April or September 2022
Would you like to be part of a school where the strengths and talents of students and staff are extremely valued? (Ofsted February 2018)
Would you like to work in a school where the culture of being happy and safe means pupils can, and do, enjoy being at school? (Ofsted February 2018)
Are you an outstanding teacher with the passion and motivation to inspire young people?
If so, then you will not want to miss out on the opportunity to be appointed as a Teacher of Geography at our high-performing College, where students make progress that is above the national average.
Why come to Latimer? This is a fantastic school to work in: as a result of our success and popularity we are over-subscribed and have a very strong positive reputation. On interview we ask candidates for their impressions of the College and without fail they comment on how wonderful our students are, the supportive team ethos amongst staff and how friendly and welcoming the College is.
We are a tight-knit unit striving for the very best for our students and we are focussed on and passionate about learning.
We genuinely care about our staff, their well-being and their professional development: we are a happy team, committed to working collaboratively and sharing the very best practice. This was very much recognised in our most recent Ofsted inspection, where we sustained our Good rating.
If you are an outstanding teacher it really is worth applying for this post. We are seeking to appoint a candidate who is passionate about Geography; a team player who will thrive on collaboration and team work; someone who really wants to make a difference! We are primarily looking for an applicant who can teach Geography at KS3 and 4. The ability to teach the subject to KS5 would be of interest to us. There may be a requirement to teach the other Humanities subjects of History and RS at KS3.
We welcome applications from ECTs and we run a highly supportive and successful Early Career Framework programme. If you are a trainee and looking for a post from September 2022, we would love to hear from you. We also have a strong track record of leadership development and succession planning and would be interested in an ambitious candidate who is keen to progress to leadership in the future.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.
The Latimer Arts College values the diversity of our workforce and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community.
Early applications are encouraged as we will review applications as we receive them; and applicants may be contacted before the closing date.
Full School Teachers Pay and Conditions, including continuous service, for Teaching Staff
Employer Pension Contribution – Teachers’ Pension Scheme
Health Assured (Employee Assistance Programme) - a free confidential information, support, counselling and advice service available 24 hours a day
Maternity / Paternity / Adoption Leave and Pay
Eye Care Vouchers for employees using a VDU
A laptop is provided for every teacher
Timetabled Work from Home (WFH) sessions
Free flu jab organised through a local pharmacy
Regular staff well-being activities and social events
Free access to our sporting facilities (up to 6pm weekdays)
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About The Latimer Arts College
- School type
- Local authority maintained school, ages 11 to 18
- School size
- 1121 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 18
The Latimer Arts College is a thriving, high performing school where we place no boundaries on ambition, no limits on aspirations and no barriers in the way of achievement.
Together we share one key aim: to secure outstanding achievements for each individual by delivering excellence in all that we do. We are very proud of our students and to us, every child really does matter: we work tirelessly to make sure that each of our students feels valued, makes progress and achieves personal success so that they can be the best that they can be!
And we are fulfilling our commitment to this!
For prospective new staff, this is an exciting time to be joining the College and contributing to its future success.
We have approximately 1130 students at the College aged 11-18 who are nurtured through their education in a purposeful and caring community ethos based on respect for all.
We strongly value inclusivity and meeting the needs of individuals: we have a dedicated Student Support Team offering additional well-being support to those who need it.
As a Performing Arts College our commitment to the Arts is strong and there is always something stunning going on in our Masque Theatre: you might see a rehearsal, stumble across an impromptu performance in the foyer or be part of the audience at an evening concert. Expect the unexpected and the amazing - because that is what you will get!
We value the contributions that our staff make to student outcomes and support them with being able to meet our high expectations through a co-ordinated performance management system for both teaching and non-teaching staff, with professional development at its heart.
At The Latimer Arts College partnerships are essential and through partnerships, we are a community growing and flourishing together.
Arranging a visit to The Latimer Arts College
We are limiting visits to the College at this time, however, please email email@example.com to request a discussion about the role with the Senior Leadership Link for the Humanities Department.