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Deputy Coordinator - Humanities

Deputy Coordinator - Humanities

Rivers Academy


  • Expired
Outer London Teachers and Leadership Pay-Scale
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
1st January 2018
Apply by:
10 October 2017

Job overview

Inspire our next generation of humanity students.

Do you want to change lives and inspire our next generation of humanity students?


Then we would love to hear from you.

Rivers Academy is a happy, hard-working and supportive Academy. We have a strong moral drive and our singular purpose is to actively engage every student in achieving outstanding outcomes ready for successful progression to skilled employment or University study.

Each member of our highly skilled and professional teaching and support staff is incredibly passionate about ensuring students enjoy the very best opportunities in their future lives.

We were delighted to have our thriving Academy recognised as Outstanding by Ofsted in 2015 and celebrated exceptional results with our Year 11 and Year 13 this summer. This is testament to the passion and commitment of every member of staff at the Academy

Please visit the ‘Vacancies’ section of the Academy’s website for further information: 

Learn more about Aspirations Academies at 

Closing date: Wednesday, 11th October 2017
Interviews: w/c 16th October 2017

Please email completed applications to : 

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About Rivers Academy

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+44 208 890 0245

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Rivers Academy West London is a co-educational, non-denominational secondary school with sixth form in Feltham, Greater London. The school became an Aspirations Academy in 2013, joining a small group of schools operated by the Aspirations Academies Trust.

In September 2015, a Space Studio School for 14- to 18-year-olds, specialising in science and maths, was opened on the Rivers Academy campus. At its most recent inspection there were 1,100 students aged 11-18 on the school roll, including 168 in the sixth form.


Luke Homer

Values and vision

As a result of outstanding teaching, an engaging curriculum, personalised pastoral care and excellent extra-curricular opportunities, students at Rivers Academy are better qualified, more confident and articulate than ever before. This is crucial as the competition for post-16 courses, apprenticeships, jobs and university places intensifies annually. Staff enjoy knowing that students leave well prepared for successful future careers with excellent qualifications, high levels of self-esteem, confidence and the skills necessary to thrive in a very competitive world.

Each post-16 student has an academic mentor, with whom they meet daily and who supports them through the undeniable demands and challenges of post-16 study. Around 85% of Year 13 students embark on university courses, many at the highly competitive Russell Group universities.

Ofsted report

“Students are encouraged to believe that they can achieve high standards and make excellent progress. Consequently, they set themselves high aspirations. They are supported to make good choices and are, therefore, well prepared for the next stage of their lives.”  “Staff value the exceptional training opportunities provided to them by the school. Staff regularly attend courses run in school to improve teaching and learning, and are involved in mentoring and coaching programmes. Training is carefully matched to meet teachers’ needs.”

View Rivers Academy’s latest Ofsted report

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