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Director of Performing Arts

Director of Performing Arts

Ark Globe Academy

London

  • Expired
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Apply by:
17 October 2017

Job overview

Globe Academy is a popular all-age 3-18 non-selective school with a fully comprehensive intake. In our recent 2014 Ofsted inspection, we were judged as outstanding for the behavior and safety of pupils and leadership, management and Early Years provision, as well as good overall. 

 In 2013 - 2014 we were selected to be part of the Government’s Parliamentary Review of Education as an example of good practice within education. This was a privilege and a credit to the hard work of all adults and children within Ark Globe community. Our inclusion in the Parliamentary Review reinforces that our teacher development programme is a beacon of excellence.  

We are looking to recruit a Director of Performing Arts who will manage the professional community of subject teachers to ensure high attainment in Performing Arts across the academy.

Our ideal candidate will: 

  • have the resolve to make a real difference to the lives of pupils, especially those with Autism and/or global learning delay
  • have experience of working as a co-teacher 
  • take a flexible approach to work
  • be committed to Globe’s ethos of high expectations and no excuses

In return, we offer a variety of development opportunities including high quality CPD training and Ark network hub days.  In addition, we offer attractive remuneration as well as a range of benefits including free private healthcare, reduced gym membership, large retail discounts and free onsite parking.

We encourage all prospective candidates to come and visit the school to give you the opportunity to meet us and see the school first hand. 

If you would like to visit the school, discuss the role or have any queries, please contact our HR Officer Sabir Yuksel on 020 7940 5109 or email s.yuksel@globeacademy.org 

For any technical queries, please contact the recruitment team on 0203 116 6345 or schools.recruitment@arkonline.org. 

Closing date for applications is 18th October 2017 Interviews will take place on 19th October 2017 To apply please visit our website: http://arkglobeacademy.org/vacancies

Attached documents

About Ark Globe Academy

In 2008 Geoffrey Chaucer Secondary and Joseph Lancaster Primary school merged to join the Ark network as Ark Globe Academy. Ark Globe Academy is a mixed all through school with student age ranging from 3-18.

At Ark Globe Academy we have the highest aspirations for all our children to ensure they are prepared for university and inspired to be leaders in their community. We offer our students a first-class education based on high quality teaching and experiences outside of the classroom.

Our school was recognised by the Government in its Parliamentary Review as an example of good practice in education and students make excellent progress at KS4. All our sixth form students received a university offer with 73% of those being a top 3rd university.

Ark Globe Sixth Form is in the top 2% of all sixth forms in the country and has received the Sixth Form of the Year award at the Ark Education Summit 2019.

School Structure

Ark Globe Academy is divided into four small schools Elbrus, McKinley, Kilimanjaro and Everest, also each small school has a Dean. This ensures that personal relationships between pupils and staff develop quickly, and that a culture of excellent behaviour and shared social norms are easier to maintain.

Aims, Vision and Values

Supporting our mission is our Culture Pyramid. The pyramid sets out for students, staff and parents our purpose, our beliefs and our values. This helps to set expectations in our daily lives at Ark Globe Academy. Read more about our culture pyramid here.

Every child has the potential to succeed and there are no excuses not to achieve that success. We expect every Ark Globe Academy students to graduate from our academy with the qualifications, skills and confidence to achieve their ambitions and go on to higher education or their chosen career.

Curriculum

Our curriculum is intended to prepare students for university and to be leaders in their community.

The Ark Globe Curriculum encompasses the total experience of the student, covering a range of activities from what is learnt in the classroom to our expectations of how our students carry themselves, and make decisions, outside of it. For us, education is much more than a qualification; it is a way of being that results in an empowered young person who is able to secure a life of purpose and meaning.

We recognise that attending university is often key to this as, we believe, it provides young people with more choices. As such, the academic, pastoral and cultural curriculum has been designed to prepare students for university and to be leaders in their community. However, we also recognise that there are high quality alternatives to university, and we help students to secure these too. Whatever choice is made, we want it to be an informed one, where our students determine their own future. Read more about our curriculum here.

Our Mission: Preparing our students for university and to be leaders in their community

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ARKGlobeAcademy

Our website: https://arkglobe.org/

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