Dixons Allerton Academy are looking to appointment a hardworking, determined and inspirational teacher of Boys PE who can achieve exceptional outcomes that allows our scholars to have ambitious life choices. Our Vision is to improve scholar achievement, develop character, create an academic culture and raise aspirations by ensuring daily practices are outstanding. We moved to our new £27 million building in September 2013. The Academy is all-through from 3 -18 years of age, with places for 52 nursery children, 420 primary children, 1,200 11-16 scholars plus 240 post 16 scholars.
Do you do whatever it takes for children to learn?
Do you want to make a lasting impact?
Do you have the self-determination to make it happen?
The right candidate will be totally aligned to our values of Happiness, Industry and Responsibility and be completely committed to our mission: The academy will ensure that scholars leave the academy saying:
“At DAA, I developed good moral principles and achieved exceptional outcomes that allowed me to have ambitious life choices.”
The successful candidate will be:
· Committed to the vision, mission and core values of the academy
· Able to demonstrate an understanding of and take responsibility for promoting high standards of literacy, articulacy and the correct use of standard English
Why choose us?
Culture of high expectations; teachers can teach and scholars can learn
No off-the-shelf strategies; weekly coaching
Exceptionally visible SLT
Schemes of work fully resourced and ready
More information about the post and a downloadable application form, job description and person specification can be found on our website: www.dixonsaa.com
Or, call the school on 01274 770230 ext 2654 and speak to Bernadette Gill, HR Officer, to discuss the role further.
The academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful applicants will need to undertake a DBS enhanced clearance for the Academy.
Applications from NQTs are warmly welcomed