- Job role
- Religious education
- Working pattern
- Full time
- Contract type
Teacher of PSHE/Citizenship/RE
Hours: Full Time
Closing date: 18-10-2021
We are seeking a dynamic and inspirational PSHE/Citizenship/Religious Education teacher to join our close-knit and supportive staff team. Citizenship at Havant is a well developed and resourced subject that has seen considerable growth under strong leadership. In the last academic year, we have also introduced PSHE to the Curriculum and would be hoping to continue to expand our offer in the PSHE curriculum in the future. We would welcome applications with either PSHE, Citizenship of Religious Education as a specialism. This post offers the opportunity to join an established and well organised department as part of a friendly and welcoming team.
Havant offers a fast paced and exciting environment as we continue on our drive for excellence in all areas. Staff work together to embody and actively promote high standards and expectations for all within our school community. If you would like to know more about this exciting opportunity and the school more widely then do get in touch for a chat or a visit to the school.
This post is suitable for an ECT or a more experienced teacher. As a Teacher of PSHE/Citizenship/R.E. at Havant Academy you will be required to: Deliver high quality lessons to our students aged 11-16 Plan and tailor lessons which address the full range of learners needs Have high expectations of all pupils so that they are able to achieve their academic potential Have a good working knowledge and understanding of a range of teaching, learning and assessment strategies Partake in the Academies rewards and behaviour systems Be an enthusiastic and effective tutor by creating an inclusive and safe environment, fostering good home/school relations, monitoring your tutees attendance and progress and delivering the tutor PSHE programme.
For this role, you will have the following essential (E) and desirable (D) experience:
Qualified Teacher Status (E)
Teaching qualification in your subject of choice (E)
Evidence of further professional development (D)
A record of good or outstanding classroom teaching demonstrating passion and innovation in your teaching techniques (E)
Good communication skills with students, parents’ colleagues and stakeholders (E)
A clear understanding of the diverse needs of students and how to meet them (E)
Awareness of strategies to raise student attainment and manage behaviour (E)
Good understanding of the subject and its place in the national curriculum (E)
For an informal conversation about this position or to answer any questions please contact Jennifer Coates via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or 02393063592.
We reserve the right to close the vacancy early should we receive a significant number of applications.
If you have not had any communication within 10 days of the closing date please take this as confirmation that on this occasion your application has not been successful.
TKAT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Offers of employment will be subject to the full Safer Recruitment process, including an enhanced disclosure and barring service check.
Our Commitment - Equal, Inclusive, Diverse
TKAT is committed to inclusion, diversity and equality of opportunity by encouraging and welcoming differences, listening to individual experiences, aspirations and accomplishments and learning how to grow better together. We welcome applications from all suitable candidates, regardless of any protected characteristic; this includes applicants wishing to work flexibly.
Access to interview - should you be selected and invited to interview please let us know if you require us to adapt the interview environment. If we can accommodate practical workplace adjustments to assist we will.
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