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  • Start date details

    01 September 2024

  • Closing date

    12 June 2024 at 9am

  • Date listed

    24 May 2024

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Subject

History

Working pattern

Full time

Contract type

Permanent

Full-time equivalent salary

£30,000.00 - £46,525.00 Annually (Actual) M1 - UPS3

Teacher of History job summary

Are you a creative, inspiring, and dynamic Teacher of History or looking to start your career in this specialism? Are you committed to delivering an ambitious, knowledge-rich curriculum? Then Bristnall Hall Academy may be able to give you the opportunity you are looking for.  Our Humanities Faculty are looking for a Teacher of History to help inspire our students and ensure they reach their full potential.

Applications from ECT’s are welcomed

We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic Teacher of History at Bristnall Hall Academy. The successful candidate will be someone who will supplement and enhance a strong established and supportive Humanities department.

Due to our increasing PAN and student numbers, we are excited to offer the opportunity to join our academy as our staff body continues to grow and support our larger year groups of 220 students. This is an exciting time to join our academy as we celebrate our Outstanding Academy Inspection in November 2023. Inspectors stated that Bristnall Hall Academy is a “truly inclusive and harmonious school” and that “everyone is proud to be part of a close-knit school community that is working together with a common purpose.” Our staff “feel valued” and our classrooms “ooze enthusiasm and productivity”.

The successful candidate will be a dynamic and forward-thinking individual, with a real drive to enhance students’ experience of History in the classroom. We are seeking an ambitious professional with the ability to teach across the key stages, and join an academy which is dynamic and inspiring, creating a culture of outstanding success amongst our students. As a key member of the team, you will play a lead role in curriculum development alongside progressing and enhancing the teaching practice of others within the academy and beyond. We are keen to secure a high calibre teacher who can make a telling contribution to our forward-looking team.

The department is part of a well led, mutually supportive Humanities team; there is a very strong commitment to improving standards. The appointed candidate will work collaboratively with colleagues and will be supported by our teaching and learning team including Lead Practitioners and a strong SLT.

Why choose Bristnall Hall Academy? We have a key focus on staff well-being, with a number of initiatives in place across the academy including bespoke departmental marking and assessment policies which have dramatically reduced teacher workload. If you want to inspire, aspire and achieve, come and join something special and make your mark.

We aim to provide our young people with the qualifications, skills and attributes to have a successful and happy life.

In return, you can expect fantastic Professional Development opportunities, a comprehensive employee benefits package, shopping discounts, cycle-to-work and gym schemes, cinema tickets and an employee assistance programme.

Bristnall Hall Academy is sponsored by Academy Transformation Trust, whose mission is to transform learning, aspirations and opportunities for their pupils and the communities in which they live. This commitment also extends to staff who are key to their success.

To learn more and apply online, please see our application pack for more information and visit our careers page.

The successful applicant will undertake an enhanced DBS criminal record check, and online searches will be carried out in line with KCSIE update 2023. We are committed to Diversity, Equality and Inclusion and welcome all applications. We are open to Flexible Working.

Commitment to safeguarding

Bristnall Hall Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and successful applicants will undertake an enhanced DBS criminal record check, and online searches will be carried out in line with KCSIE update 2023.

We are committed to Diversity, Equality and Inclusion and welcome all applications. We are open to Flexible Working.

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About Bristnall Hall Academy

School type
Academy, ages 11 to 18
Education phase
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School size
1042 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 18

Bristnall Hall Academy is part of the Academy Transformation Trust family of academies.

Bristnall Hall Academy is an 11-16, unique community academy with an extensive offering supported by a strong reputation for partnerships and inclusivity. We are a thriving and oversubscribed academy with a well-established reputation for outcomes for students. In 2022, our Progress 8 of +0.84 made us the highest performing Academy in Sandwell again.

We are on a journey of rapid transformation toward outstanding and this is indicated in our latest Ofsted inspection in November 2021, where Ofsted validated the significant progress Bristnall Hall Academy has made beyond the realms of Good and not instead, has ‘sufficient evidence of improved performance to suggest that it might be judged Outstanding’.

We have a key focus on staff well-being, with a number of initiatives in place across the academy including bespoke departmental marking and assessment policies which have dramatically reduced teacher workload. If you want to inspire, aspire and achieve, come and join something special and make your mark.

We aim to provide our young people with the qualifications, skills and attributes to have a successful and happy life. Whilst other schools and academies often comment on their struggles with recruiting quality, specialist staff, Bristnall Hall has retained and recruited successfully. From this term, we have even more outstanding teachers who will further strengthen our remarkable team.

We have a key focus on staff well-being, with a number of initiatives in place across the academy including bespoke departmental marking and assessment policies which have dramatically reduced teacher workload. If you want to inspire, aspire and achieve, come and join something special and make your mark.

We aim to provide our young people with the qualifications, skills and attributes to have a successful and happy life.

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