Broughton High School
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- £22,917 to £33,824 a year. Main Pay Scale.
- Job type:
- Full Time, Permanent
- Start date:
- 1 September 2018
- Apply by:
- 19 January 2018
We are seeking to appoint a well-qualified, enthusiastic English teacher, capable of teaching throughout key stages three and four.
The successful candidate will join a friendly and committed team who work collaboratively in the best interests of all children.
Broughton is a high achieving, heavily over-subscribed school. We are committed to high achievement for all our young people through innovation, creativity and personalisation.
Following an Ofsted inspection in February 2012, Broughton was judged an outstanding school in every single category. It is a happy, friendly school in which to work and learn.
Our school is situated in a pleasant rural location north of Preston, within easy reach of the motorway network.
Interview date: week commencing 22 January 2018.
For further details and an application form, please go to www.broughtonhigh.co.uk or, phone 01772 863849. We welcome informal discussions and visits. Please contact:, Mr Jordan Webster (Head of English) at firstname.lastname@example.org or, Mr Chris Morris (Headteacher) at email@example.com
The post you are applying for is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders (Exceptions) Act 1975. If successful you will be required to apply to the Disclosure and Barring Service for a 'disclosure'.
Application forms: Return applications to Head teacher at the school.
Closing date: 19 January 2018.
About Broughton High School
- Broughton High School
- Woodplumpton Lane, Broughton, Preston
- PR3 5JJ
- United Kingdom
Broughton High School is a mixed, comprehensive, non-denominational secondary school situated in the village of Broughton, just north of the centre of Preston, Lancashire. It is a community state school that is a high-performing specialist college with Leading Edge specialism. An average size for a secondary school, the school will provide 900 places for students between the ages of 11-16, when fully subscribed.
The school was established in 1975 by Lancashire County Council and has previously gone by the name Broughton Business and Enterprise College due to its specialism in the topic. In 2014, the school became a National Teaching School.
Mr. David Botes
Values and Vision
Broughton is a school with a great sense of community and has a friendly and family-focused atmosphere. Its primary aim is to support and challenge its pupils in equal measures, ensuring that pupils can aspire, enjoy and achieve. It has strong values and high expectations and standards for its learners, resulting in an educational environment that never fails to get the best out of every child.
The Ofsted inspection in September 2022 graded Broughton High School as ‘Outstanding’ in all areas. Ofsted gave Broughton High School some amazing feedback, stating that “Pupils enjoy each other’s company at social times. They smile and laugh a lot.” Pupils told inspectors that they love coming to Broughton High School. They described it as being part of a happy and safe family. Ofsted feedback included:
- Pupils at this school are provided with an exceptional education.
- Pupils are kind and care about others.
- They know about, and value, each other’s differences.
- Pupils thrive academically, socially and emotionally.
- Pupils are fully focused on learning in class.
- Their behaviour is exemplary.
- Pupils, including those who are disadvantaged, benefit immensely from the vast extent and high quality of the extra-curricular experiences that leaders provide for them. There is something for everyone to join in and enjoy.
- All pupils, including those who are disadvantaged, and pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), achieve extremely well.
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