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History Teacher

History Teacher

The Netherhall School and The Oakes College Cambridge

Cambridge

Salary:
MPS/UPS
Job type:
Full Time, Temporary
Start date:
January 2018
Apply by:
16 November 2017

Job overview

  

 Teacher of History (temporary for two terms)

Main Scale Full-Time 

Required from January 2018 

Opportunity

We are seeking to appoint an exceptional History teacher, who is able to teach up to A Level, to join us with the energy and enthusiasm needed to inspire and motivate staff and students across all Key Stages 3, 4 and 5. 

You are expected to have high expectations and want to work within a school where we are ambitious for all our students whatever their abilities and where we recognise that staff development and teamwork is key to this. 

Vibrant working environment

Our central belief is that great schools recruit and retain great teachers and leaders. You will be joining an ambitious, vibrant and supportive working environment. You will be working with outstanding colleagues who are passionate about their subject specialism and pedagogy and who show extraordinary commitment and dedication to the young people in their care, as well as bring hugely supportive of each other.

We offer:

· A successful 11-18 mixed comprehensive school with a flourishing Sixth Form

· Impressive subject facilities

· A vibrant, supportive community with friendly colleagues and students

· Situated in Cambridge – a centre of excellence

· Cross Trust developmental opportunities

This is an exciting time to consider joining our outstanding learning community and we look forward to receiving your application.

To apply for this position please download an application pack from the school website www.netherhall.org or contact Debbie Pickering, PA to the Principal on dpickering@netherhall.cambs.sch.uk.

Only application forms with a covering letter accepted

Application deadline – Thursday 16th November,12 noon

The school has a clear commitment to Child Protection and Safeguarding Children. All appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Attached documents

About The Netherhall School and The Oakes College Cambridge

The Netherhall School and Sixth Form Centre is a mixed, comprehensive, non-denominational secondary school situated in Queen Edith’s Way, Cambridge. It is a sponsor-led academy that is part of a multi-academy trust called Anglian Learning, which provides support for Netherhall and three other schools. It is sponsored by Bottisham Village College. 

The Netherhall School has been educating students in the Cambridge area for more than 140 years, and reopened as a new provision in February 2016. Netherhall provides 1,500 places for secondary and sixth-form students between the ages of 11 and 18 when fully subscribed.

Principal

Christopher Tooley

Values and vision

The Netherhall School and Sixth Form Centre is passionate about revealing the strengths of each pupils and working in a way that benefits each student as an individual. The acronym PRIDE represents the school, standing for: Personal excellence; Respect and friendship; Inspiration; Determination and courage; and Equality.

Ofsted

“In 2015, the proportion of pupils achieving five or more A* to C grades at GCSE including English and mathematics increased on the previous year and was well above the national average. Disadvantaged pupils achieved particularly well based on the same measure and attained significantly higher than similar pupils nationally. The school has also closed the gap in attainment between disadvantages pupils in the school and other pupils nationally to 7%, compared to 28% in the previous year. These gains in attainment were underpinned by pupils’ progress accelerating rapidly in both English and mathematics.”

View The Netherhall School and Sixth Form’s latest Ofsted report

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