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Lead Practitioner ICT and Digital Learning

Lead Practitioner ICT and Digital Learning

Frederick Bremer School

London Borough of Waltham Forest

  • Expired
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
1st September 2018
Apply by:
26 January 2018

Job overview

We are looking to appoint a dynamic, talented, and enthusiastic teacher to help drive our vision to embed our school as an outstanding hub of community education. You will have a proven track record of securing successful pupil outcomes in ICT or computing, as well as creating a culture of learning where everyone can achieve, and exceed, their potential. You will be an outstanding teacher, and leader of learning, who also has experience in developing the potential of other teachers. This post will include leading on whole school CPD, mentoring and coaching teachers to develop the best practice in the use of digital learning technology. 

The school is at an exciting point in its development and we are on a rapid journey towards becoming outstanding. We would welcome applications from ambitious individuals who share our vision and wish to contribute to transforming community education in Walthamstow. Our staff are committed to sharing good practice and collaborative working, with opportunities for creativity within the curriculum encouraged. Frederick Bremer is a school which enjoys excellent state of the art facilities, and is rapidly improving to become an outstanding provider of high quality local education.

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. Offer of a position is subject to receiving satisfactory references and an Enhanced DBS Clearance

For more information and an application pack please see our website or contact Sheri Warwick-Baker on 020 8498 3344 or email If you would like to visit the school before submitting your application please contact us.

Completed application forms should be returned or emailed to by 12pm on Friday 26th January. Interviews to be held during the week commencing 5th February.  

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About Frederick Bremer School

Frederick Bremer School is a mainstream, non-selective, co-educational secondary school for children aged 11-16, situated in Walthamstow, East London. There are 860 students on its roll.

The school has specialist provision for children who have autism spectrum conditions. It also has a large and highly specialist special educational needs team, which supports a large number of pupils with needs ranging from visual impairments to cognitive learning needs.

Frederick Bremer School was named after a local entrepreneur who invented the first petrol-driven car in 1894, which he drove around the local streets of Walthamstow.


Mrs Jenny Smith

Values and ethos

Frederick Bremer School’s motto is “The very best they can be”. The secondary school promotes the shared values of respect, responsibility and integrity. Its broad, balanced and inclusive curriculum places great emphasis on critical thinking. Teachers engage in ongoing debate about teaching practices, in order to ensure the best possible learning experiences for children. There is a pupil leadership programme, including an active school council.

Ofsted report

"The headteacher has been relentless in driving improvement over the last three years. As a result, the quality of teaching is increasingly strong and pupils are making rapid progress. Pupils’ personal development, behaviour and welfare are good. They enjoy being a part of the strong inclusive school community and have confidence in each other. The attainment gap between disadvantaged pupils and their peers in the school is closing quickly. Safeguarding provision is strong. Pupils are well informed about keeping safe; they feel safe in the school."

View Frederick Bremer School’s latest Ofsted report

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