Teacher of History
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Job start date
1 September 2023
12 June 2023 at 12pm (midday)
26 May 2023
- Key stage 3, Key stage 4, Key stage 5
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What skills and experience we're looking for
With effect from September 2023, we are seeking to appoint an innovative and outstanding Teacher of History to join a successful and progressive department. The successful candidate will be required to teach all abilities across KS3 and KS4 to the highest standard and to make a positive difference to Academy life.There is a possibility for teaching at KS5 dependant on experience.
We are looking for a passionate teacher who brings their subject to life to complement the existing History team. A willingness to support the Academy ethos and support of extra-curricular activities is essential.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
- Qualified Teacher Status (with DCSF number) including Numeracy/Literacy/ICT tests for Newly Qualified Teachers after 2002.
- First/Second class degree.
- Willingness to continue to develop own expertise (evidenced through Continuing Professional Development).
- Appropriate qualifications, experience and any other requirements needed to perform the role in relation to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of children and young people.
- Evidence of consistently good or outstanding teaching and learning.
- Evidence of good or outstanding classroom management skills.
- The ability to use ICT effectively to engage students.
- The ability to create effective lesson plans.
- An understanding of how to use assessment to inform planning for good teaching and learning.
- The ability to differentiate materials to meet the needs of learners.
- Experience or the desire to be involved in a curriculum initiative.
- Experience or the desire to raise standards of achievement.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
- Strategies for raising achievement and achieving excellence.
- Different methods of teaching and learning.
- The use of new and emerging technologies to support teaching and learning.
- Principles of effective teaching and assessment for learning.
- Models of behaviour management.
- Strategies for ensuring inclusion and access to the curriculum.
- Tools for data collection and analysis.
What the school offers its staff
We are an inclusive, friendly and effective learning community with high aspirations and a reputation for innovation. Excellent relationships between students and staff are at the heart of the ethos of the Academy and are often commented on by those who visit the school. Indeed, in our most recent Ofsted Inspection (2021) we were termed a ‘special place to be’. The Academy is a hardworking and caring community of people with high standards and high expectations. Our core values are Commitment, Acknowledgement, Respect and Excellence (CARE). CARE therefore has a genuine meaning within our school as we want the Academy to be a place where these values are seen in all aspects of our work together.
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About Attleborough Academy
- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 18
- Education phase
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- School size
- 849 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 18
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Attleborough Academy is a popular, 11 to 18 Academy which is continually developing to meet the demands of providing the highest quality education for all students. Later this academic year, Attleborough Academy will be joining the Sapientia Education Trust (SET) which is an exciting and important development for the Academy. The SET are committed to bringing like-minded schools together to work in partnership to develop a world class education. This merger promises to bring multiple benefits in terms of teaching and learning and new opportunities for students and staff. We are an inclusive, friendly and effective learning community with high aspirations and a reputation for innovation. Excellent relationships between students and staff are at the heart of the ethos of the Academy and are often commented on by those who visit the Academy. The Academy is a hardworking and caring community of people with high standards and high expectations. Our core values are Commitment, Acknowledgement, Respect and Excellence (CARE). CARE therefore has a genuine meaning within our Academy as we want the Academy to be a place where these values are seen in all aspects of our work together.
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