Kesgrave High School is looking for a Teacher of Geography to cover a
maternity leave for Easter 2023. This is
an exciting opportunity to join a large, successful and committed team of
subject specialists. The department has
a great sense of team spirit, support and collaboration, and are dedicated to
ensuring our students achieve the highest possible outcomes. Kesgrave
High School is a large 11-19 school which has over 1850 students on roll,
including over 320 students in the Sixth Form where Geography is a popular
The Geography department has an impressive range of facilities,
including well-resourced teaching rooms and resource areas. We also have the
benefit of full reprographic and administrative support.
This an exciting time to join the school securing the best possible
outcomes for our young people in a nurturing, supportive environment. We have a
disruption-free learning approach to behaviour, leaders are highly visible and
supportive so that teachers can teach highly effective lessons.
Staff benefit from excellent conditions of service and we are committed
to personalised CPD and career opportunities both within school and across our
Kesgrave is part of East Anglian Schools Trust (EAST) alongside
Farlingaye High School, Bungay High School and Castle EAST School.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. DBS checks or police vetting will be required for relevant posts.
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