Teacher of Technology - Textiles with the ability to teach Food Technology
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Job start date
1 September 2023
17 April 2023 at 9am
31 March 2023
- Key stage 3, Key stage 4, Key stage 5
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What skills and experience we're looking for
The successful candidate should be able to teach Textiles across KS3, KS4 to KS5 and Food Technology to KS3.
What the school offers its staff
We can offer you:
- Excellent CPD opportunities
- A supportive team of colleagues and across the school
- A positive, community school environment with an innovative learning culture
- A dedicated and forward looking management team, with highly skilled staff upholding high expectations and aspirations for our students
- PiXL network access and other on-line resources to support the development of student learning
- A wide enrichment programme in which you can participate
- Employee well-being benefits via our health insurers to include free flu vaccinations, a laptop, free parking, and a newly built, bespoke school to meet our high and increasing expectations.
Further details about the role
Kenilworth Multi Academy Trust has a vacancy for a Teacher of Technology from September 2023. The vacancy is based at Kenilworth School and Sixth Form.
This is an exciting time to join us as in September 2023 we will be moving into a newly built school on Glasshouse Lane, Kenilworth, bringing both Sixth Form and years 7 -11 onto one site. Currently we have a split site, with years 7 – 11 based at Leyes Lane and Sixth Form set on our Rouncil Lane site.
The school is well resourced to support the delivery of the subject. The post holder will join a supportive school with opportunities for professional development.
Our educational ethos encourages our students to be responsive, resilient, to have reasoning, be reflective and resourceful in their learning.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Teacher of Technology to join a friendly and supportive department with a total of six staff. Two dedicated Technicians provide support across the department. The successful candidate should be able to teach Textiles across KS3, KS4 to KS5 and Food Technology to KS3.
We are looking for a talented, innovative teacher with a proven track record of effective teaching to deliver against high standards. The successful applicant should be aspirational, innovative and have a genuine engaging enthusiasm for teaching and learning.
Please go to https://www.ksn.org.uk/723/vacancies to download an application form, job description, person specification and equal opportunities form.
Please email your completed application and covering letter (addressed to the Headteacher, Mr H Abbott) to Deena Perry, HR Manager at D.Perry@ksn.org.uk.
Please note we cannot accept a CV as an application.
We reserve the right to invite candidates for interview before the closing date, should we receive a sufficient number of applications. Early applications are therefore advised and welcomed.
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About Kenilworth School and Sixth Form
- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 19
- Education phase
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- School size
- 1836 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 19
- Ofsted report
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- Email address
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Kenilworth School and Sixth Form is recognised as being graded 'Excellent' in all areas (Ofsted February 2013) but we are ambitious and continue to better ourselves in every way possible. It became a Multi Academy Trust in January 2019 and currently has one other school within the Trust. We combine high aspirations with a care for individual students. Our students are happy and confident individuals, who enjoy good relationships with their fellow students and the staff. We are a friendly, orderly school with a well-earned reputation for academic, sporting and personal achievement. In this environment students are given every chance to grow and achieve success. We emphasize the development of skills such as team building, effort, responsibility, healthy competition and leadership. Our students achieve their best because of the range of experiences that we provide in an environment that is positive, supportive and forward-thinking. Kenilworth School & Sixth Form embraces its role as a comprehensive school serving the whole community. In addition to the good work carried in the classroom there are many clubs and activities that take place outside of school hours. Our former pupils are to be found in many diverse and successful roles, most having moved through further and higher education. Students regularly achieve excellent academic results, well above the national average, and the Sixth Form Centre is very successful in providing a transition to higher education. Students achieve their best when school and home work is in harmony. We value the contribution made by parents, governors and the community to ensure that we maintain high standards in all aspects of school life.
Arranging a visit to Kenilworth School and Sixth Form
To arrange a visit and increase the chance of a successful application email D.Perry@ksn.org.uk.
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