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Director of Learning English and Languages

Director of Learning English and Languages

Hartshill Academy


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Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
January 2018
Apply by:
10 November 2017

Job overview

Midland Academies Trust are inviting applications for the post of Director of Learning English and Languages at Hartshill School.

The Role    

Hartshill School are delighted to offer an exciting middle leadership role as we seek our new Director of Learning English and Languages

We can offer you:    

• The prospect of loving your job, being excited about teaching and learning, working with colleagues to drive progress and reduce workload  

• A chance to shine, both in the classroom and as a leader resulting in swift career progression, within the Academy and the Trust.

• Genuine and comprehensive collaboration across the Trust, working with like-minded people sharing good practice and reducing teacher workload   

• Practical and no-nonsense CPD, training and support that busts myths and focuses on what works

What we need from you:    

We are keen to welcome colleagues who share our passion for making sure education changes the lives of the pupils in our Trust

• Do you have a passion to deliver excellent teaching and learning yourself and inspire others towards that too?  

• Do you want to make a real difference to our students and improve their life chances?  

• Do you have what it takes to join a determined leadership team and staff, striving to drive progress at our Academy?   

If so, then we want you on our team at Hartshill School.  

Application process    

Please click Apply Now and once fully completed please submit your application.    If you would like an informal chat or to visit our schools so that you can see for yourself the excellent opportunities available, please contact:  

We are committed to safeguarding the welfare of our students.  The post will be subject to satisfactory enhanced DBS with barred list via the Disclosure and Barring Service.  The Midland Academies Trust (MAT) is an independ charitable organisation established by North Warwickshire & Hinckley College, a Department for Education approved academy sponsor to support local schools.

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About Hartshill Academy

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Hartshill Academy

Warwickshire, United Kingdom

Location: Warwickshire, United Kingdom

Type: Mainstream School

Phase: Secondary

Funding status: State - Academy

Gender: Mixed

Age range: 11 - 16 years

About Hartshill Academy

Hartshill Academy is a secondary academy in Nuneaton, Warwickshire, for pupils aged 11-16.

Hartshill Academy is set in extensive grounds and the catchment covers very diverse urban and rural areas. This is a very exciting time for Hartshill Academy as we prepare for the move to our new building in September 2023. We are very fortunate to be one of the 50 schools chosen nationally as part of this project and we are all looking forward to the new opportunities this will bring.

Values and vision

At Hartshill Academy we have high expectations of ourselves. We practice kindness and gratitude every day. Our school HART values of Heart, Ambition, Respect and Tenacity underpin everything we do. We take time to reflect on our HART values and how we can develop each day. We want to ensure we are always challenging ourselves to be even better today than yesterday. We strive to practice perfect in everything we do. We know that our daily practices become our habits, our habits become our character and our character is who we are.

We have an aspirational knowledge rich curriculum for all pupils. Our staff work collaboratively to innovate and plan inspiring learning, enabling our pupils to leave Hartshill Academy with a lifelong love of learning. We ensure there is high challenge and high support for all pupils to ensure they can access and make excellent progress in all lessons. We work hard to ensure all pupils reach their full potential and leave Hartshill Academy with the skills and knowledge to make informed decisions about their next steps. We have an excellent pastoral team who work closely with our families to ensure all pupils are supported so they can arrive to lessons ready to learn and make the most of the opportunities available to them each day.

Ofsted report

“Leaders have high aspirations for pupils at Hartshill Academy. They want all pupils to ‘be kind, work hard, and achieve’. Although leaders’ ambitions have not been fully achieved, pupils say that there is an increasingly positive environment in which to learn. Pupils welcome the clarity of the ‘HART’ values of Heart, Ambition, Respect and Tenacity. They say these values help them to focus on how to develop positively as young people. Pupils are well supported to gain insight into a broad range of work and employment opportunities.”

View Hartshill School’s latest Ofsted report

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