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English Teacher

English Teacher

Alsager School

Alsager

Salary:
Salary negotiable within the range £22,916 - £38,633
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
September 2018
Apply by:
11 December 2017

Job overview

Required for September 2018 to join a dynamic and high achieving faculty:

TEACHER OF ENGLISH 

Salary negotiable within the range £22,916 - £38,633

The successful candidate will join a team of committed and inspirational teachers who are all passionate about their subject. We are looking for excellent subject knowledge with the flair for creative English teaching. 

We welcome applications from experienced and newly qualified teachers. You must demonstrate your passion for English and be able to teach across KS3, 4 and 5, delivering consistently high quality lessons to pupils of all ability levels, instilling in them a love for the subject and the ability to make beyond expected progress.

Alsager School is a fantastic place to work with motivated and well-behaved students, a committed and experienced governing body, dedicated staff and supportive parents. We offer exceptional teacher training and a full range of professional development opportunities.

Children of all abilities make impressive progress throughout the key stages and Alsager is one of the highest performing schools in Cheshire East. In 2017 75% of students achieved 9 – 4 in GCSE English and Maths. For English Language/Literature 88% achieved 9 – 4. In addition our school Progress 8 score is a very impressive +0.31, putting us in the top 30% of schools nationally. 

If you think you can contribute to the faculty’s future success, please do apply today. Download the relevant files from the School’s website: www.alsagerschool.org and email your application to us o contact Annette Owen, Personnel Manager, on 01270 871100. We look forward to hearing from you. 

Closing date:  12 noon on Monday, 11th December 2017

Interviews: Tuesday, 19th December 2017

Alsager School is committed to safer recruitment practice and pre-employment checks will be undertaken before any appointment is confirmed. The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The post is subject to enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service disclosure.

More information about the post and Alsager School can be found on our website: www.alsagerschool.org 

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About Alsager School

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  • Alsager School
  • Hassall Road, Alsager, Stoke-on-Trent
  • Staffordshire
  • ST7 2HR
  • United Kingdom
+44 1270 871100

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Alsager School is a co-educational secondary academy based in Alsager, near Stoke-on-Trent in Cheshire, for pupils aged 11-18. The academy has no religious affiliation. Alsager School’s GCSE and A-level results regularly exceed local and national figures. 

Executive Headteacher 

Richard Middlebrook   

Values and vision 

Alsager School is a cooperative school and actively promotes cooperative values, delivering these through the Cooperative Learning programme (PSHE) and across curricular and extra-curricular activities for all key stages. The cooperative values are self-responsibility, democracy, self-help, solidarity, equality and equity. 

The secondary places high importance on pupil voice and operates student councils. Each form has one or two council representatives, who attend council meetings every week and provide feedback to their form groups.   

Ofsted report 

“The headteacher inspires and empowers his staff and pupils to realise their potential. He has the highest expectations of everyone within the school community, and leads with both rigour and humanity. Outstanding leadership at all levels is a hallmark of the school. The headteacher is ably supported by a very strong team of senior leaders. Effective leadership from middle leaders means that subject areas are well-run and high-achieving … The very high quality of teaching leads to pupils making outstanding progress. Teachers and support staff ensure that all pupils’ needs are met, to enable them to learn effectively. Outcomes for pupils are excellent. Pupils make extremely good progress in a wide range of subjects, whatever their circumstances.”   

View Alsager School's latest Ofsted report 

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