The Roseland Academy is an Ofsted Outstanding and consistently high-performing Academy where we nurture, challenge and inspire every child to reach their potential.
Our ethos is that students achieve their best when they enjoy their learning. We believe every student has a talent and it is our duty to guide and support each individual on their journey towards greatness. Exceptional examination outcomes, self-confidence and outstanding life experiences are gained through our school life and enrichment opportunities and are the hallmarks of a Roseland Academy education.
The school is situated on the beautiful Roseland Peninsula on the south coast of Cornwall. The area offers an outstanding quality of life, with beautiful beaches, countryside and the historic city of Truro all within easy reach.
The Roseland Academy is part of The Roseland Multi-Academy Trust which consists of two further secondary schools and two primary schools. The Trust’s vision is “Where Everyone Succeeds” and we put our staff at the heart of everything we do to create a team spirit in our highly successful schools. Continuous Professional Development is prioritised supported by a variety of initiatives that develop our teachers to be truly outstanding practitioners.
currently taught as part of the highly successful Humanities curriculum across
Key Stage Three and Key Stage Four, where it is delivered as an examination
Are you an
outstanding practitioner and are you able to challenge the most-able students
and support less confident learners to make learning inclusive and accessible
We are looking for an ambitious Geography teacher who
is innovative, creative, and ready to join a highly successful and
well-established department. We are very proud of our Humanities department and
their inclusive approaches that raise the aspirations and ambitions of young
people. This unique opportunity offers the right candidate the chance to
play a wide-ranging and integral role in this highly successful department at
The Roseland Academy and across the Multi-Academy Trust.
In addition to Geography,
the ability to teach another Humanities subject is desirable.
The Roseland Multi Academy Trust is
looking for its teachers to:
outstanding practitioners who inspire students and colleagues;
creative in delivering a rigorous academic curriculum;
that every child can and will succeed regardless of their starting point;
flexible, collaborative and resilient;
committed to high standards of achievement, behaviour and attendance;
excellent interpersonal and communication skills;
excited about helping to design and create every aspect of the school and
to the whole life of the school through extra-curricular activities;
the highest ambitions for your students, the school, Trust and yourself.
In return we will offer you:
unique opportunity to be a key member of staff in a forward-looking, successful
school on a rural site on the beautiful Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall;
happy and supportive working environment with high expectations and standards
of staff and students;
- access to high quality Continuous Professional
Development within the Multi Academy Trust and offered through the Roseland
Academy’s Teaching School Hub, OneCornwall, network.
salaries, based on skills and experience.
If the challenges of working in a highly
successful school appeals to you, then we would like to hear from you.
Please note, there is also the
possibility of adding the post of PSHE Coordinator to this role. This would be
paid at TLR 2a (£2,873)
The Roseland Multi Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and expects all staff to share this commitment. Everyone who comes into contact with children and their families and carers has a role to play in safeguarding children. In order to fulfil this responsibility effectively, all professionals should make sure their approach is child-centred. This means that they should consider, at all times, what is in the best interests of the child.
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