Teacher of Computer Science and IT
Full time, permanent
Start date – April 2018
MPS/UPS as appropriate
At Ormiston New Academy we believe that a focus on ensuring that all students feel nurtured and cared for without exception will lead to the highest attainment. The Academy are a family of truly dedicated and inspiring staff and fabulously dynamic, motivated and willing students. The Academy caters for 11 to 19 year olds and currently has 750 students on roll. Being part of OAT will mean being part of a wider network of 30+ academies providing many benefits and bringing many enrichment opportunities to the students and staff.
You will work within a well-resourced, supportive Computing department full of excellent practitioners, keen to share best practice and continue moving forward. We also work collaboratively with other Ormiston Academies, both locally and nationally. This ensures we are at the leading edge of the latest developments in the subject, able to deliver the highest quality professional development and provide progression opportunities within the Trust. The Academy also works closely with PiXL, with our staff leading national strategies and influencing practice elsewhere.
This is an ideal and exciting opportunity for an outstanding and inspirational individual who has the drive, energy and enthusiasm to work with the existing team with a view to continuing to build on the progress already made. You will have the opportunity to contribute to an exciting curriculum, which will help motivate our students to achieve beyond their potential. The ideal candidate will have experience of delivering Computer Science and IT at all Key Stages, with a proven track record of student progress performance and attainment. We are committed to offering excellent opportunities for CPD.
For more information please contact HR on 01902 623 111 or alternatively by email firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications must be received by 12noon on Friday 9th February 2018. Interviews will be held on Wednesday 14th February 2018.
Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check is required for all successful applicants.