Holy Trinity is a 3 – 16 Catholic and Church of England through
school which opened in September 2012 in a purpose-built, state of the art
building. We have a 470 place primary phase and a 700 place secondary phase.
Our 3 – 16 through-school status offers exciting and innovative learning
opportunities which enhance progress and create a seamless transition between
Key Stages 2 and 3.
Our Catholic and Church of England values form our distinctive
Christian ethos, and this guides and supports everything we do in school.
We are seeking an enthusiastic
teacher of humanities; passionate about teaching and learning with the
determination to drive our school forward; raising standards and creating
outstanding life chances for our pupils. You will work within a supportive and ambitious team of 5
full-time teaching staff. You will teach history, geography and RE. Ofsted
states that, “lessons are calm and pupils benefit from stable routines” and our
new behaviour policy supports this. Our pupils respond well to carefully
planned lessons and to teachers who build positive relationships.
applications from candidates who are ready to work as part of a
forward-thinking team with student learning at its centre. We welcome team players who are ready to
contribute to the development of the excellent teaching and learning that we
aim to deliver on a daily basis.
Are you interested in working in
an innovative and forward-thinking environment with professionals who are keen
to move our school forward?
Are you passionate about
supporting the development of young people and good at building positive
Are you a child-centred person who
wants to harness the enthusiasm of young people and develop well-planned
lessons to enable them to achieve their best?
If so, we
want to hear from you.
In turn, we
- A supportive and caring school
community where SLT are committed to ensuring staff wellbeing is protected and
workload is sensible
- A school which is committed to
continuous professional development and to supporting our pupils to make the
best possible progress
- A bespoke, in-house CPD programme
which allows staff to be reflective about their own practice and take ownership
of their own development as well as the opportunity to work towards NPQs
- A purpose-built state of the art
school building, ample parking, access to our school gym in the evenings
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