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  • Closing date

    9 June 2023 at 9am

  • Date listed

    19 May 2023

Job details

Job role

  • Teacher

Visa sponsorship

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Key stage

Key stage 3, Key stage 4

Working pattern

Contract type

Fixed term

Full-time equivalent salary

£28,000.00 to £43,685.00

Teacher of Science job summary

The Oldham Academy North is an ambitious, inclusive 11-16 academy in Oldham. We set high expectations for our students in all areas and encourage them to become ambassadors of their community. We continue to be a 'Good' school, whilst leading to excellent student progress and putting us in the top 100 best schools in England & one of the top 10 schools in the North.


This is an exciting opportunity to work in one of the best comprehensive schools in the North West of England and the most improved academy in Oldham. We are proud that our quality of education at The Oldham Academy North is world class, leading to GCSE outcomes that are well above average.


We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, innovative, and committed Teacher of Science with high expectations of students and themselves. The successful candidate will be capable of inspiring students of all abilities through their passion for the subject. Offering Science at KS3 and KS4, keen to make Science lessons exciting and engaging for all to encourage students to achieve their best.

  

If you are driven to ensure the highest possible standards of teaching and learning, progress and achievement, then we warmly invite you to apply and join our creative and inspiring team. This role would be suitable for an ECT.


Key Accountabilities:

Reporting to the Head of Faculty, this post holder will be accountable for

 

Teaching and learning

  • Have high expectations of learners to ensure they achieve their full educational potential
  • Set challenging teaching and learning objectives which are relevant to all students in your classes
  • Select and prepare a range of resources that take in to account all students’ learning needs, languages and cultural backgrounds
  • Apply a range of teaching strategies to deliver learning objectives and incorporate inclusive strategies that meet the needs of all learners


Assessment and Reporting

  • Have knowledge of a range of approaches to assessment, including questioning, oral assessment and self-assessment and the importance of formative assessment.
  • Make effective use of a range of assessment monitoring and recording strategies to assess the learning needs of your students in order to set challenging learning objectives and plan for future teaching.
  • Mark and monitor students’ class work and homework/independent learning within agreed deadlines to provide constructive feedback and opportunities for reflection to learners on their attainment, progress and areas for development. 


Pastoral

  • Know how to identify and support learners affected by changes or difficulties in their personal circumstances
  • Have a good understanding of factors influencing student learning, including ethnicity, gender, abilities and attainment and how these relate to personalised provision for students.
  • To act as a tutor for students supporting the academic and pastoral needs of each individual.
  • To be aware of Child Protection issues, knowing how to identify potential abuse/neglect and reporting concerns as they arise.
  • To treat all students equally regardless of religion, ethnicity or gender but to be mindful of the different needs, values and beliefs of different groups. 


Subject knowledge and understanding

  • Maintain a secure knowledge and understanding of your subject(s) and related pedagogy to enable you to teach effectively at the Academy
  • Take responsibility for your own professional development by reviewing your own performance, acting upon advice/feedback and keeping abreast of current developments in good practice
  • Know the statutory framework for professional duties of teachers, an awareness of the policies and practices of the Academy and share in the collective responsibility for their implementation. 


For a full description of the role, see the job description and job specification.


Part of the E-ACT family

We are an E-ACT academy and proud to be part of a community that includes over 18,000 pupils and 2,500 teaching and non-teaching professionals across the country.

 

E-ACT multi-academy trust is responsible for 28 academies across the length and breadth of England.

 

Our academies can collaborate and share ideas with one another in ways that schools may not be able to. Most importantly, we all feel part of something much bigger as our responsibilities go far beyond the four walls of a single academy, and extend to people and their communities across the country.

 

We are always on the lookout for dynamic, motivated and enthusiastic people so we can continue to give every one of our pupils the opportunity to explore, solve, create and achieve.

 

In return we offer the chance to work with amazing people and inspirational pupils, as well as a great salary and sector -leading work -life balance arrangements.

 

What the trust offers in return 

  • Teacher Pension Scheme
  • Ride to Work Scheme
  • Market leading Personal Development and Training plans to further your career
  • Access to Mental Health First Aid Programme
  • 24 hours access to Employee Assistance Programme


To see the fantastic work that E-ACT do please visit our website: https://www.e-act.org.uk/

 

E-ACT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults, and all appointments are subject to enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) checks and satisfactory references.

 

E-ACT is also committed to promoting equality, challenging discrimination and developing community cohesion. We welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Commitment to safeguarding

Our organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all staff, volunteers and trustees to share this commitment.

Our recruitment process follows the keeping children safe in education guidance.

Offers of employment may be subject to the following checks (where relevant):
childcare disqualification
Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)
medical
online and social media
prohibition from teaching
right to work
satisfactory references
suitability to work with children

You must tell us about any unspent conviction, cautions, reprimands or warnings under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975.

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About The Oldham Academy North

School type
Academy, ages 11 to 16
Education phase
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School size
1338 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 16

The Oldham Academy North is an ambitious, inclusive 11-16 secondary academy in Oldham. We have over 1100 students on roll and set high expectations for our students in all areas and encourage them to become ambassadors for their community.

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