Teacher, Suitable for NQTs
Geography, History, Science
Specialist subject History essential.
The Humanities Department at St Antony’s Roman Catholic School encompasses Geography and History. We have a dedicated team of four teachers spread across the two subjects. We work creatively and collaboratively, and we aim to achieve the highest standards for all our students. We are supportive of each other and are passionate about our subjects.
The Geography department comprises two specialist teachers and each with their own expertise in the facets of Geography. We work to develop global citizens that have an awareness of world events and the impact that they have on our ever-changing world. In Geography we aim to develop observations of the world around us and the characteristics which make places across the world unique. We study Eduqas B geography at GCSE and offer an ambitious curriculum at KS3.
Within the History department we aim to create accomplished historians. We challenge students to think, act and speak like those working in the field would: to research thoroughly, to weigh-up evidence, to understand chronology, to evaluate interpretations and develop arguments. We do this by a consistent approach across the department ensuring all students develop the range of skills needed to become confident in their own opinions, make well supported judgements and expressing them articulately using keywords from topics and academic, historical vocabulary. At KS4 we study the Edxecel B specification and
offer a broad KS3 curriculum.
Applying for the job
We hope that the information that has been provided here, and on our website has hooked your interest and we look forward to hearing from you. Should you wish to meet prior to applying, please contact school via email on email@example.com to arrange a mutually convenient time to meet with the Headteacher. Should you decide to apply for the post all of the relevant documents are on our website (www.stantonys.com). Please refer firstly to the ‘Guidance Notes for Teaching Staff Applicants’. Complete the application form, together with a letter of application outlining your vision and philosophy for the teaching of Science at St Antony’s Roman Catholic School, your relevant experience and your understanding of
More on how to apply
current, relevant educational developments. Your letter should not exceed 2 pages of A4 in length. Please note that we do not accept Curriculum Vitae. The closing date is Monday 19th April 2021 at 12pm. If you have not heard from us within 3 weeks of the closing date, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. We are unable to
provide feedback on unsuccessful applications.
If you need these documents in an accessible format, please contact the school.
Academy, Roman Catholic
Up to 650 pupils
11 to 16
About St Antony's Roman Catholic School, a Voluntary Academy
Are you looking for a new challenge or seeking a first post? If so, we ask that you strongly consider applying for the posts that are currently available in our wonderful school. St Antony’s is a great place to work. It is warm and friendly and staff are very supportive of each other. Since 2017, pupil numbers have grown from 450 to just under 600 in September 2020. This will rise to a capacity figure of 650 this year.
As you note from the above, we are a small secondary school which is part of our strength. This has enabled us to make improvements in all areas over the last few years. If this small introduction has piqued your interest then please read the Headteacher’s letter for each post, which forms part of the application pack. This letter details some of the key features of our lovely school. In addition, we are more than happy to discuss any of these posts by telephone or in person, prior to interview. We look forward to hearing from you.
Arranging a visit to St Antony's Roman Catholic School, a Voluntary Academy
Although the tour will be rather limited due to lockdown and COVID controls. We are more than happy to provide reassurance to potential applicants. Once you have toured the school you will gain a real sense of our community. In particular, you will find a warm and welcoming environment and a school where the children are known and are not simply part of an exam factory.
Please give strong consideration to an application. The closing date is Monday 19th April
(12pm). If you would like to visit the school in advance of this date then please contact the school as soon as possible. This can be done via emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or ringing 0161 911 8001.