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Geography Teacher

Geography Teacher

Shuttleworth College

Burnley, Lancashire

Salary:
Negotiable dependent on experience
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
September 2018
Apply by:
22 January 2018

Job overview

Can you help our students to think big?

Would you like to help them chase their dreams?

Could you support and work with others so that we can succeed together?

If so we’d love to hear from you!

An exciting opportunity has become available for a qualified teacher of Geography to join the college’s established Humanities department. This is an excellent opportunity for a motivated, committed individual to join the college as it begins the next phase in its development.

The successful candidate will be a Geography specialist with obvious enthusiasm for both the subject and students. You will be able to consistently deliver captivating and inspiring lessons; ensuring high quality learning experiences for all students. In return you will receive excellent mentoring from an experienced and committed subject leader and you will be actively supported to develop your knowledge and your career. You will be a team player who works collaboratively with colleagues and will have a willingness to engage in wider school projects and contribute to the extracurricular life and wider ethos of the school.

Shuttleworth College is a rapidly improving 11-16 College in Burnley located within easy reach of the M65 and is easily accessible from many parts of Lancashire and Manchester. The college is on a journey to become outstanding within 5 years and the improvements in the college have recently been acknowledged by OFSTED. It is our belief that we are now a ‘good’ school in terms of leadership, outcomes, teaching, learning and assessment and behaviour. We warmly encourage you to visit and see this for yourself; visits can be arranged by contacting Eleanor Atkinson on 01282 682300.

Full details and application forms are available from www.shuttleworthcollege.org , we are happy to receive applications by email at eleanor@shuttleworth.lancs.sch.uk 

Closing date 9 a.m. Monday 22nd January 2018. 

Shuttleworth College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its students and the appointment will be conditional upon DBS enhanced clearance.

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About Shuttleworth College

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+44 1282 682300

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Shuttleworth College is a mainstream, state-academy, co-educational, non-denominational, secondary school for children aged 11-16. It is situated in Padiham in Burnley, Lancashire and there are 729 pupils on its roll.

Headteacher 

Ruth England

Values and vision

The school motto “Think big. Chase Dreams. Succeed together” was the result of the school council, made up of students, underpinning the core aims, aspirations and values of Shuttleworth College as they see it. 

They also established the following values to sum up what the school wishes for all its pupils: Achievement, Resilience, Persistence, Community and Pride.

The school council agreed that Shuttleworth College believes in its students and that they should set themselves high expectations and the school will help them achieve these. They are also encouraged to overcome challenges together, to give their best at all times and to never stop aiming high, that more can be achieved when there is a united community and to be well-disciplined and respectful to all in the school community.

Ofsted

“Under the effective guidance of the headteacher, leaders have taken action to improve the school quickly. Pupils’ behaviour has improved and the number of exclusions has reduced. Pupils’ attendance has improved significantly and is getting close to the national average. Pupils’ attainment in a range of subjects is increasing and their progress is accelerating. Pupils’ outcomes are good in music, technology, science, art and design, and English. Pupils feel safe. They have a good understanding of precautions to take in a range of potentially dangerous situations, such as when using the internet or if faced with extremism.”

View Shuttleworth College’s Ofsted report

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