Thank you for considering St. Mary's
Catholic Academy for the next stage in your career.
We are seeking to appoint a
talented teacher of ICT and Computing. This is a full time, permanent role from
September 1st 2024.
The post would suit an ECT or an
experienced teacher. The successful candidate will be able to teach ICT and
Computing to KS3 and 4 with the opportunity to teach KS5 for the right
Applications must be sent electronically
to email@example.com by midday on Monday 19th February.
The post will involve teaching ICT
/ COMPUTING to KS3 and KS4, with the possibility of teaching KS5 ICT (Cambridge
Technical) or KS4/KS5 Computing (this will depend on the candidates experience
and expertise) – the department is well developed and experienced in ICT and Computing and staff can be moved around to cater for the right candidate.
department is well resourced with Schemes of Work produced collaboratively by
the department and all teaching and learning resources are shared through
Moodle and Google Classroom. Key stage three schemes of work have recently been
re-written and now deliver computing elements well.
The new accommodation consists of
an eight classroom
learning house that is shared with Maths.
The rooms are bright and well-resourced with fixed projectors in each
learning space. There is some variety in
the learning spaces available which would allow for different approaches to the
teaching of ICT / COMPUTING to be explored. There are two dedicated ICT rooms
which the department has use of, along with a well-stocked laptop supply for
the department to deliver its curriculum.
line with the Academy Development Plan the key objectives for ICT / COMPUTING
this year are:
and Raise attainment at KS4 & KS5 in ICT and Computing.
changes to the KS5 ICT curriculum
TEACHER OF ICT/COMPUTING
The successful candidate will be
someone with enthusiasm, initiative and very good subject knowledge. S/he will demonstrate a clear commitment to
promoting the highest possible standards of achievement and developing
excellent relationships with staff and students across the full age and ability
range at St. Mary's. The person
appointed will have a professional and personal profile that most closely
matches the specification given below:
teacher status at graduate level.
/ COMPUTING Degree/Degree containing substantial ICT / COMPUTING element.
professional development/teaching placement relevant to the post.
SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE and APTITUDE
clear philosophy for the teaching of ICT / COMPUTING.
of some strategies that will enhance learning and raise the attainment of all
students in ICT / COMPUTING.
to use ICT / COMPUTING to transform learning.
communicator – verbally and in writing.
able to write in Python Language ( desired not essential)
to form good relationships with both colleagues and students.
to actively supporting the distinctive ethos of the school.
to assisting with the development of extra-curricular activities.
commitment, ability to work under pressure and a sense of humour.
excellent attendance and punctuality record.
(Please note that excellent attendance is
considered to be 95% attendance over the past two
academic years. Governors will take note
of one-off illnesses/absences and individual circumstances).
expectations of all students.
for career development.
The standard contact time for
teachers is 26 out of 30 periods per fortnight (23 for NQTs) including a period
of PSHE with your form.
St. Mary’s is a highly regarded, oversubscribed and
successful school with:
caring ethos and high standards.
Outstanding Diocesan Inspection Report (March 2017)
- A full Ofsted Inspection of St Mary’s in May
2022 was extremely positive and confirmed that St
Mary’s Catholic Academy continues to be good in all areas. You can read
a copy of the report on the Academy's website.
outstanding induction programme, friendly staff, high quality professional
cover supervisors, ICT technicians and admin support and a strong family ethos which
make St. Mary’s a great place to work.
of the art facilities housed in our £22.5 million pound refurbished campus.
We would be delighted to receive your application.
BEBCMAT is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all learners, staff and visitors.
All posts are subject to:
● Medical clearance
● Verification of qualifications and National Insurance number.
● Two references including a judgement about suitability to work with children.
● A member of the interview panel will be trained in implementing Child Protection procedures.
● In line with Keeping Children Safe in Education 2023, online search be carried out.
For teaching positions, barred list checks and prohibition from teaching checks will be carried out.
For leadership positions, section 128 checks will be performed.
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