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Achievement Leader KS3 History

Achievement Leader KS3 History

St Bede's RC High School

Blackburn with Darwen

Salary:
TLR 2a £2,667
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
Summer Term 2018
Apply by:
19 February 2018

Job overview

Required for Summer Term 2018 TLR 2a, £2,667  

The Governors are seeking to appoint a dynamic and inspirational full time, KS3 Achievement Leader in the history department.  This post is an exciting opportunity to work with the recently appointed head of subject to develop teaching and learning in history across the school. Although the post is envisaged as having a focus on leading achievement at Key Stage 3, the successful candidate will have every opportunity to influence the development of the whole department.  

Teaching in both Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4, this role would suit an ambitious teacher seeking the next stage of their career development. 

St Bede’s is a successful and heavily over-subscribed mixed, 11-16 school with a long history of academic success.  We have an excellent reputation in the community for the standards of behaviour and achievement. The application form, job description and further details for this post are below and  can be downloaded from the Vacancy Section of our school website;    www.stbedesblackburn.com 

Applications are to be completed electronically and returned to  careers@stbedesblackburn.com.  St Bede’s is committed to safeguarding children and young people and therefore this post is subject to enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service clearance. 

Candidates shortlisted for interview will be expected to deliver an observed lesson on a topic chosen by the Head of History to a high standard. 

 Closing date for applications: 12 noon Monday 19th February 2018

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About St Bede's RC High School

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+44 1254 202519

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St Bede’s Roman Catholic High School is a mixed, non-selective, 11-16, voluntary-aided comprehensive secondary school, situated in the west of Blackburn in Lancashire. The school, which has 985 students on its roll, moved into new and refurbished buildings in 2013.

St Bede’s RC High School works with the Tauheedul Teaching School – Futures Alliance to provide support for other local schools and within the Blackburn area with Darwen Education Improvement Partnership, which is developing school improvement strategies in the area.

Headteacher

Mr D Milton

Values and vision

St Bede’s RC High School aims to uphold the values of the Roman Catholic church, build relationships with honesty, openness and mutual respect, and help students to feel safe, happy and confident. It strives to inspire students to embrace new ideas and seek ways to improve and learn. Teachers encourage pupils to work with dedication, energy and courage, to challenge those around them, to set a positive example and to show that together there are no limits to what can be achieved.

The school expects students to set high targets and work hard to find ways to achieve them, produce work of the highest standards and reach their potential in every task. Pupils are asked to accept nothing less than their best and to believe all things are possible.

Ofsted report

“Senior leaders and governors base their work on clear principles which commit the school to value all people and provide the best possible standard of education. The quality of teaching, which is already good, is improving. This is leading to higher levels of achievement over time. The disadvantaged students and other have similar levels of achievement. The curriculum provides excellent opportunities for the most able. Provision for students with disabilities or special educational needs is highly effective.”

View St Bede’s RC High School latest Ofsted report

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