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Achievement Leader – Religious Education

Achievement Leader – Religious Education

Shackleton Primary School

Bedfordshire

Salary:
MPS/UPS + TLR
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
April 2018/ September 2018
Apply by:
19 February 2018

Job overview

Achievement Leader – Religious Education

Shackleton Primary School

Provisional Interviews: 23rd February 2018

Our Challenge

At Shackleton Primary School we seek to ensure that all our pupils receive an education which gives the best possible opportunities for each pupil to realise their true potential. We believe our children will thrive in an environment where they feel happy, safe, valued and respected. We aim to ensure they are motivated by learning and are offered the best opportunities that we can provide. We ensure that through exceptional teaching and a stimulating environment they can reach an exceptional standard of achievement.

Your role would be as follows:

· To secure outstanding progress and achievement across the school for Religious Education

· To demonstrate outstanding teaching and learning practice and develop outstanding practice in others by developing imaginative and effective schemes of learning, effective resourcing, sharing good practice and tracking student’s progress

· To develop programmes, enrichments or schemes that specifically support and develop students’ character through your specified area

There are significant opportunities for your professional development through the HEART Academies Trust Family of Schools and we will support your professional journey.

Our Ideal Candidate

If you are creative and have a sense of humour, as well as being an ambitious teacher who is committed to raising standards, we would like you to apply.

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the ability to work within a team, have effective organisational skills and a willingness to contribute to school life.

We have amazing children and a very supportive team.

The position is for either April or September 2018.

We are fully committed to safer recruitment procedures so candidates will be subject to enhanced DBS clearance and visits to the school are warmly welcomed.

The full job description and application form will be available on our website: 

www.shackletonprimary.co.uk

HEART Academies Trust is committed to safeguarding the welfare of young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to DBS checks and excellent references.

Further details about the post or to arrange a tour of the school please contact: asinclair@heartacademiestrust.co.uk.

About Shackleton Primary School

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Shackleton is part of HEART Academies Trust, a new multi-academy trust formed with 3 primary schools and one secondary school in 2017. Our vision is to create a family of academies at the heart of their community improving life chances for all, through challenge and support. We are at the start of this journey.

As a Trust we are:

DRIVEN

COMMUNITY MINDED

ASPIRATIONAL

The Trust’s motivators underpin our philosophy of school improvement, including professional development.

There are 3 elements to our approach:

The passion to get better and better at something that matters.

Shackleton Primary School

Shackleton was founded in 1928 as a Lower School and later became a Primary, with its first Year 6 cohort in 2014. We are an expanding school located at the heart of our catchment area, with a 3 form entry in every year group by 2022. The school joined HEART Academies Trust in 2017 as one of three Bedford primary schools.

As Shackleton Primary School we seek to ensure that all our pupils receive an education which gives the best possible opportunities for each pupil to realise their true potential. We believe our children will thrive in an environment where they feel happy, safe, valued and respected. We aim to ensure they are motivated by learning and are offered the best opportunities that we can provide. We ensure that through exceptional teaching and a stimulating environment they can reach an exceptional standard of achievement.

The school was last visited by Ofsted in December 2013, prior to becoming a Primary school. The school was judged to be “Good” in all categories. 

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