Teacher, Suitable for NQTs
Fixed term (This is a maternity contract anticipated to last one year )
MPR / UPR
For September 2021
Teacher of Sociology & Psychology (0.6fte)
Part-time, maternity cover
Closing date for applications: Friday 7th May
Queen Elizabeth High School wishes to appoint a maternity cover to teach sociology and psychology. The post is part-time and will be an opportunity to teach in an excellent social sciences department. The successful candidate will have to teach A-Level, as both subjects are popular choices for sixth form students.
Queen Elizabeth High School is a friendly, welcoming, successful, mixed comprehensive with a proud history dating back to Elizabethan times. Our ‘outstanding eagerness to promote good learning’ is drawn directly from the original charter granted to the people of Hexham in 1599 to educate the town’s young people. It forms the basis of our ethos today, which centres on our belief in the highest academic standards for everyone and our valuing of education in its broadest sense. There is much that is already very good at our school: confident, well-behaved learners, dedicated, loyal staff and supportive parents.
You can find out more details in the Person Specification and Job Description within the relevant candidate packs, available on our website www.qehs.net or via firstname.lastname@example.org. If you wish to have a confidential discussion about the role, or would like to arrange to visit the school, please do not hesitate to contact Rachael Stokes on 01434 610362 or email@example.com.
You can apply for the role by submitting an application form and personal statement along with a completed criminal records declaration form to Rachael Stokes, at firstname.lastname@example.org .
We are an equal opportunities employer and are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. An enhanced DBS check will be required for this post.
Please note that we reserve the right to amend or withdraw this advert at anytime.
Extensive well being package
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1301 pupils enrolled
13 to 18
About Queen Elizabeth High School
Hadrian Learning Trust was established as an academy converter in 2016. The currently comprises Queen Elizabeth High School (with circa 1300 students aged 13-19) and Hexham Middle 460 9-13). provides the highest standard of education to people Tynedale. We are excellent school with a sixth form which outperforms most other state voluntary-aided schools colleges North East England. Our success is due having shared ethos strong partnership between students, parents local community, we want recruit best staff help us achieve our vision being region. attainment high. In 2019, Attainment 8 score 53.3, Progress 0.29. While proud students' success, far from complacent aspire for Year 11 make progress possible. truly outstanding invites comparison country. With average grade B at A-Level, vocational distinction*-, over 160 each year range universities including Oxbridge Russell Group. A number also exciting apprenticeships / conservatoires disciplines. have been placed 2nd out all North-East England two years running Sunday Times Parent Power listings (based on GCSE Level). curriculum offers greater choice subjects than schools. 9 courses prepare their studies whilst same time ensuring that receive broad balanced education. advice guidance offered ensures chosen by suit needs abilities. size subject expertise teachers allow run KS5. historically performance maths attracts 60 study further 15 or more maths. offer sport, music performance, media, IT, health social care business allows opportunity go specialist degrees university. last Ofsted inspection (April 2019) recognised achievement producing well-rounded happy students. Each year, physics visit CERN Large Hadron Collider Switzerland Human Rights group travels Tashi Lhunpo Tibetan Monastery India. One great strengths links local, national international communities, whether this through sport arts charity work, Fairtrade group, hospital concerts foreign visits. This will participate exchange visits linked Spain Germany. annual expedition Morocco. renowned commitment performing can be seen weekly youth theatre fantastic productions such “Les Miserables” December 2019. musicians put autumn spring numerous choirs (including boys’ choir) perform Abbey community. opportunities take part considerable they compete very high level individually teams. rowing team competes successful nationally has produced Olympic athletes rowers. Continuing professional development bringing about significant improvements leadership teaching, Pastoral Team barriers learning affect outcomes reduced. key recent provide supportive but challenging environment develop professionals.
Arranging a visit to Queen Elizabeth High School
Please contact Rachael Stokes on 01434 610362 or at email@example.com to arrange a school visit.