Teacher of Business

Heart of England SchoolSolihull



Required for March 2021 

“What I love about my Business lessons is that I am learning a subject but I am also understanding about life” KS4 student.

Business teachers at Heart of England are valuable commodities; we provide our students with high quality teaching and rigorous exam preparation, yet we are sensitive to and appreciative of the fact that our subject develops critical understanding of the world for our students. No mean feat! 

Business teachers are thus required to be a range of things; current, responsive, thoughtful - and our team balances these requirements with their own work life balance skilfully. Our vision is simple; we create futures and that includes ensuring our staff have them too!  At Heart of England we are clear in our approach to professional development and wellbeing, which is crucial in this ever shifting educational landscape.

Attached to this advert is a description which aims to give a flavour of what the experience of teaching at Heart of England would be like. If you think we sound like the kind of place where you’d enjoy working then please come and visit, call for a chat, click on our website or simply apply.  The future you are seeking may well be here.

Heart of England School is committed to keeping children, young people and vulnerable adults safe.  The post holder is responsible for promoting and supporting a culture of vigilance with regard to safeguarding the welfare of the children, young people and vulnerable adults for whom she/he is responsible or come into contact with.

Job description, person specification, department details and application form downloadable from the TES website.

The process of application is as follows:

• Completed  application form

• A letter outlining your suitability for the post

Applications to:

J Hughes-Williams


Heart of England School

Gipsy Lane

Balsall Common

Coventry CV7 7FW

Email:  office@heart-england.co.uk 

Tel: 01676 536702

Closing date for applications: Monday 18 January 2021 (3:30 pm)

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