Teacher, Suitable for NQTs
Will consider full-time, part-time
Teacher's Main Scale
Payscale: Teacher’s Main Scale
Start Date: Required from 1st September 2021
Contract: Permanent, full time. Part time hours of 0.8fte or above would be considered.
We are seeking a Teacher of RE who can build on the high quality teaching and learning within the subject as part of our successful and dedicated Humanities team. We welcome applications from NQTs and RQTs.
The successful candidate will be a suitably qualified, enthusiastic and self-motivated teacher, with a focus on enabling young people to make a positive difference and achieve the Academy’s vision: to set no limits on what we can achieve.
• Care about young people and want to make a difference
• Are a suitably qualified teacher with the subject knowledge and expertise to deliver RE to all Key Stages. The ability to teach a second Humanities subject would be an advantage.
• Have a good understanding of teaching and learning strategies which lead to exceptional progress
• Are an inspiring, creative practitioner who wants to contribute to a successful team
• Are committed to ensuring students maximise every opportunity to achieve academically and personally
We will give you:
• The challenge and support of an experienced, innovative and dynamic team
• Excellent professional development opportunities to hone and improve your teaching
• The chance to work with fantastic students who are hungry to learn
• The opportunity to work in an outstanding academy with a track record of success.
Applying for the job
Further information is contained within the Job Description and Person Specification and on the Academy’s website.
More on how to apply
To apply, please see the full vacancy listing on Eteach.
If you need these documents in an accessible format, please contact the school.
1581 pupils enrolled
11 to 18
About Churchill Academy & Sixth Form
Churchill Academy & Sixth Form lies at the western end of the village of Churchill, just off the A38, about 13 miles south-west of the City of Bristol.
The Academy is on the borders of North Somerset and Somerset, in rural surroundings in the lee of the Mendip Hills surrounded by wooded slopes and open countryside. The Academy serves a number of large villages set around Churchill including Wrington, Banwell, Congresbury, Sandford, Winscombe, Blagdon, Burrington, Redhill and Langford, but we also attract students from Weston-super-Mare, Hutton, Locking and some areas of Somerset which are geographically very close.