Teacher, Suitable for NQTs
Headteacher – Mr Joe Barker
11-16 Mixed Comprehensive
Required – For January 2021
Temporary full time Teacher of Drama (main scale)
We require for January 2021, a well-qualified, enthusiastic and creative Drama Teacher to join our hard working and successful department. This appointment requires the successful candidate to teach Drama up to and including GCSE level, across the age and ability range.
This post would be equally suitable for new entrants to the profession or for more experienced teachers.
Closing date for applications: 9am Monday 30th November 2020
The successful candidate will be required to complete a Disclosure and Barring Service check.
For further details, please go to the Vacancies section on the Marple Hall website at www.marplehall.stockport.sch.uk
Please do not submit a C.V.
Applications should be sent to the school or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
This school and local authority are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Stockport Council – Valuing Diversity.
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Local authority maintained school
1548 pupils enrolled
11 to 16
About Marple Hall School
At Marple Hall School our overall aim is to become a first-rate comprehensive school in which all learners are able to reach their potential personally, socially and academically. We are an inclusive school and value the contribution made by students, staff, Governors, parents and members of the local community.
Our commitment to collaborative learning can be summed up with the phrase ‘Our Community - Our Future’.Marple Hall is a thriving and successful 11-16 school providing a caring, nurturing environment for all of our learners. I know that I speak for the Governors, Staff and students when I say that we are proud of the achievements of our school and that we welcome the opportunity to work with and learn from all of those who share our commitment to success.
Our school's focus on learning is the driving force behind all that we do and students experience a diverse and challenging curriculum, inside and outside the school, providing opportunities for them to continue to excel as members of our school and wider community.We make no apologies for having high expectations and demanding high standards of both students and staff, knowing that this will enable all our learners to succeed and benefit from the many opportunities we offer.
We aim to ensure that each student feels happy and challenged and engender a genuine appreciation of traditional standards of courtesy, respect for one another and our different beliefs, and the ambition to do well by working hard.
The Marple Hall Spirit
In 2016 Students, staff, governors and parents created a set of five qualities that we expect all members of our community to show on a daily basis. The five qualities are collectively known as the Marple Hall Spirit.
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