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Lead Teacher of History

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Tudor Grange Samworth Academy


  • Expiring soon
MPS + TR2B £4,398
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
8th January 2018
Apply by:
17 October 2017

Job description

Lead Teacher for History (TLR 2b £4,398)

Tudor Grange Samworth Academy is an exciting place to teach and learn. A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a talented, ambitious Lead Teacher of History at our academy. Working alongside subject specialists from across the Tudor Grange Academies Trust, you will have the opportunity to be instrumental in helping to drive the department forward in its journey towards outstanding, building upon the current strengths of an emerging and dedicated team.  As an academy, we are now at the development stage of building a new and innovative through-school. This role offers the opportunity for the right candidate to be an integral part of our teaching and learning community and working within our Trust gives access to some truly inspirational professional development opportunities as we continue on our journey towards outstanding.

Visits from prospective applicants are strongly encouraged and can be arranged by contacting the school directly on 0116 278 0232 contacting Mrs. Fletcher-Warrington.   

This is a £1,000 payment at the end of the first and second years of employment with the Academy.  A relocation package of up to £1,000 is also available.

“The recruitment process is robust in seeking to establish the commitment of candidates to support the school’s measures to safeguard children and to identify, deter or reject people who might pose a risk of harm to children or are otherwise unsuited to work with them”.

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Tudor Grange Samworth Academy admits pupils from aged 2 to 16 years, of the Christian faith, other faiths and no faiths, and is a resource for the wider local community. Within this caring Christian ethos the school aims to provide a safe and happy environment which allows all of our pupils to flourish and fulfil their potential. Pupils and staff are committed to our Tudor Values of Tolerance, Unity, Democracy, Opportunity and Respect. Our focus is on outstanding teaching and learning designed to stretch and challenge our pupils and be an enjoyable and exciting experience. To this end we are well supported by the Tudor Grange Academies Trust that we joined in January 2016.

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