Teacher of Law & Criminology
This job expired on 27 March 2023
Start date details
Depending on checks
27 March 2023 at 11:59pm
20 March 2023
- Key stage 3, Key stage 4, Key stage 5
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What skills and experience we're looking for
- Excellent subject knowledge and expertise demonstrated through secondary teaching experience
- Productive participation and engagement with the subject community through engagement with subject associations, subject education journals, subject-specific CPD on curriculum development and teaching.
- Knowledge of subject education research and key debates within the Law & Criminology subject community
- Knowledge current subject developments.
What the school offers its staff
- M1 – UPS 3 £28,000 - £43,685 per annum
- Access to Teachers’ Pension Scheme
- Regional networks of Trust colleagues and access to key leaders in Education
- Commitment to employee Health and Wellbeing including dedicated Employee Assistance Programme
- Rewards and Recognition Scheme
- Cycle to Work Scheme
Further details about the role
- To assist in the development of appropriate syllabuses, resources, schemes of learning, marking policies and teaching strategies in the subject.
- To contribute to the Curriculum area and SIL development plan and its implementation.
- To engage with Trust-wide subject community activity, including in-school curriculum/teacher development activity.
- To assist the Curriculum Leader, Faculty Leader, to ensure that the subject provides a range of teaching which complements the School’s strategic objectives.
This is a Full time, permanent role
About Malcolm Arnold Academy
- School type
- Academy, Church of England, ages 11 to 18
- Education phase
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- School size
- 1341 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 18
- Ofsted report
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- School website
- Malcolm Arnold Academy website (opens in new tab)
- Email address
- Phone number
- 01604 778000
Malcolm Arnold Academy is a co-educational secondary school based in Northampton, Northamptonshire, for students aged 11-18. The school takes its name from the legendary composer Sir Malcolm Arnold. Born in Northampton in 1921, he was one of the leading figures in 20th-century classical music and helped to establish the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain.
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