Head of Geography
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- Inner London MPS/UPS +TLR2b (£4,440)
- Job type:
- Full Time, Permanent
- Start date:
- April 2018 or earlier
- Apply by:
- 11 December 2017
Would you like to grow your career by leading the Geography Department in a vibrant and diverse school in the heart of London?
We are totally committed to enhancing the life chances of all of our learners through high aspirations, high expectations and a focus on Quality First Teaching. As Head of Geography, you will be supported by the Head of Humanities to enable you to grow into and succeed in your role and you will join a staff team who are focused on challenging inequality in order to leave a lasting legacy for our children and their families.
If you are interested in working with our new Headteacher, James Hadley to contribute to the next stage of our journey to excellence, please download further details and an application form. Please contact Haverstock School on email@example.com if you would like to arrange an informal conversation about the post.
We are looking for a well-qualified and committed Head of Geography for April 2018 or earlier
Salary: Inner London MPS/UPS + TLR 2b (£4,440)
This is an excellent time to join a confident, successful, ambitious and improving school. Our colleagues are highly motivated and highly committed. We will invest heavily in your professional development and we will keep our approach as simple as possible so that you can be at your very best professionally.
We are looking to appoint a colleague who can demonstrate:
- An incredibly strong moral purpose evidenced through unquestionable ambition for every single student.
- Substance and credibility as a teacher practitioner.
- Passion about their subject specialism.
- Potential and desire to continue to grow professionally and transform the life chances of our students and their families.
- Genuine commitment to teamwork as part of an ambitious curriculum team.
- A passion to improve opportunities for young people.
- A desire to develop pupils’ skills further by providing opportunities outside of the school day.
You will have the opportunity to teach Geography across the entire 11-19 age range. The ability to teach to A Level is essential.
Haverstock is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The post will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.
Closing date: Monday 11th December at noon
Interviews will take place later that week
24 Haverstock Hill,
Tel: 020 7267 0975 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Headteacher: James Hadley
About Haverstock School
- Haverstock School
- 24 Haverstock Hill, Chalk Farm, London
- NW3 2BQ
- United Kingdom
H3 is a values-based group of three schools who believe in the benefts of collaboration to achieve our aim of being a place where all can learn and grow. Comprised of Haverstock (mainstream secondary and Sixth Form), Harmood (SEMH secondary special school) and Heath (secondary pupil referral unit), our schools share expertise and resources and create opportunities and better outcomes for young people, whilst at the same time allowing each school to flourish with its own identity and community.
H3 was created in April 2023 following a two-year trial collaboration between Haverstock and Camden Centre for Learning under the leadership of the outgoing Executive Headteacher. Having seen the benefts of collaboration, the Governing Bodies of Haverstock and Camden Centre for Learning worked together to form a ‘hard Federation’ with a single Governing Body, whilst at the same time renaming the Camden Centre for Learning Schools Heath and Harmood. The Governing Body also has delegated authority from the Local Authority as the Management Committee of Heath School (pupil referral unit). H3 works closely with the Camden family of schools to enhance inclusion across the borough and our provision also includes the Camden Reintegration Base (CRiB), a short-term intervention for Key Stage 3 students in all Camden schools at risk of permanent exclusion and the Camden Pathways Programme, which commissions, places and quality assures alternative education placements in local settings for Key Stage 4 students.
Each H3 School has its own Head of School with responsibility for the day-to-day management of their school. They are supported by the H3 central team under the overall leadership of the Executive Headteacher. The central team has developed a service level agreement with Heads of School with the aim of providing high quality advice and support and value for money for each school.
As our collaborative work has grown and developed, we are increasingly able to provide bespoke pathways for young people, provide a range of career and professional development opportunities for staff and develop our inclusive practice in order to work towards achieving our aims.
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