At All Saints Academy our vision is “Living Well Together with Dignity, Faith and Hope”. We strive for excellence in all that we do, enabling our students to transform their lives and to hope for happy and successful futures. Our position as a Voluntary Aided Church Academy means that the Christian faith has a central role in all of our actions and decisions. Our vision translates into our everyday practice and our values are particularly relevant in ensuring all in our community are encouraged to strive for excellence.
We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and ambitious Curriculum Leader in Humanities (CA) who will contribute to shaping an outstanding future for All Saints Academy. As the successful candidate you will have excellent subject knowledge, enjoy the company of young people, be fully committed to improving student outcomes at all levels, and you will thrive on the challenges to be faced on the Academy’s journey to Outstanding.
All Saints Academy is a fantastic school in which to work, with exemplary relationships at all levels. All staff and students are valued highly. We have a first class commitment to developing individuals and working with others to reach their full potential; our personalised CPD programme and facilities are second to none.
ARRANGING A VISIT TO THE ACADEMY
We encourage prospective candidates to visit the Academy before making an application.
If you would like to arrange a visit, please contact Michelle Arnold, PA to the Principal and HR Manager (01582 619700) to make an appointment.
An application pack can be found on our website www.allsaintsacademydunstable.org. Please return your application and letter by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Michelle Arnold, PA to Principal and HR Manager, All Saints Academy, Dunstable, Beds LU5 5AB
Closing date for applications: Monday 21st May 2018
Interviews: Wednesday 23rd May 2018
Teachers and Associate Staff are accountable for the way in which they exercise authority, manage risk, use resources and protect students from discrimination and avoidable harm. All staff, whether paid or voluntary, have a duty to keep young people safe and to protect them from physical harm. When an individual accepts a role that involves working with children and young people they need to understand and acknowledge that the responsibilities and trust are inherent in that role.