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Deputy Director of Learning for Humanities

Deputy Director of Learning for Humanities

Lyng Hall School


  • Expired
Main Pay Scale + TLR 1C
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
Monday 16th April 2018
Apply by:
28 January 2018

Job overview

Required for the Summer Term 2018 (or earlier if available)

Deputy Director of Learning for Humanities (with responsibility for RE, PSHE & Citizenship)

Main Pay Scale + TLR 1C 

We wish to appoint an exceptional classroom teacher to this post. The Humanities Directorate is forward thinking and very creative. As Deputy Director you will be responsible for RE, PSHE and Citizenship and, you will play a significant role in supporting the Director of Learning with the leadership of this large directorate.

RE is taught to all students in the school and delivers excellent results at GCSE. 

We have developed a national and international reputation for our pioneering work to raise standards and ensure that all students, especially the most vulnerable, are able to achieve their full potential. Lyng Hall was the first school to achieve the Achievement for All Quality Mark and Lead School status.

Students flourish in the environment that we have created. We work very closely with parents and seek to resolve all barriers to achievement, whatever and wherever they are. We have a dynamic, positive and talented staff, providing an excellent learning environment for our children.

The school serves a very socio-economically challenging neighbourhood with 50% of the children from ethnic minority groups, particularly Eastern Europe. This diversity is a very positive feature of our school.

CPD at Lyng Hall is good and enhances the careers of colleagues at every stage of their teaching career and clear pathways to leadership are available from day one.

Lyng Hall is part of the Finham Park Multi Academy Trust, which currently comprises three secondary schools and one primary school. There are opportunities for staff to collaborate across the MAT.

If you share our ambition to provide an outstanding education for our pupils, we would welcome an application from you.

If you would like an informal conversation about this post, please contact Paul Green, Headteacher on 07900 267269 or e-mail


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About Lyng Hall School

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  • Lyng Hall School
  • Blackberry Lane, Wyken, Coventry
  • West Midlands
  • CV2 3JS
  • United Kingdom
+44 24 7672 4960

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Lyng Hall School is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational secondary school with sixth form in the West Midlands, serving students from the age of 11-18. The secondary school, situated in Wyken, Coventry has approximately 703 students on record.

Lyng Hall School was identified as good by Ofsted in 2012. Facilities include a performance theatre, swimming pool, athletics track, photography studio, music rooms, media rooms and a professionally fitted catering kitchen.


Paul Green

Values and vision

Lyng Hall School wants all students to achieve their full potential and achieve high standards in a welcoming and stimulating learning environment. The secondary school works to deliver pupils a broad and balanced curriculum where learning is made enjoyable and where individual talents and skills can develop. It is important for the school that pupils are fully prepared for life after secondary school, and a wide range of careers advice is available throughout each school year, with Year 7 pupils being given an insight into university life, while Year 13 students gain interview practice to prepare them for their future job hunt. Lyng Hall School wants all students to feel valued and treated as individuals, and works to ensure that pupils respect each other, regardless of their differences and beliefs. The school holds status as a specialist Sports College and has achieved the Achievement for All Quality Mark and is a Careers Academy and Gold Healthy Schools status. 


“Lyng Hall is a good school, with a good sixth form. It has improved considerably since the last inspection. Students in the main school attain in line with national averages from very low starting points. Their progress is at least good and sometimes outstanding.”

View Lyng Hall School’s latest Ofsted report 

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