Are you a dynamic and inspiring Geography specialist with a proven record of success as a classroom practitioner with the vision to raise achievement across the curriculum area? This is an excellent opening for a driven and determined Geography and Humanities teacher to progress their career.
You will join our innovative and dedicated Humanities, PSHEE and Citizenship Learning Community, with its teamwork ethic and passionate commitment to maintaining and accelerating excellent standards of attainment and levels of progress. The learning community teaches a broad curriculum at Key Stages 3 and 4, including a wide range of GCSE and A Level courses.
Applicants will show enthusiasm towards joining our dynamic, committed and supportive team. We welcome applications from candidates who can demonstrate the highest standards of delivery in order to raise attainment and are committed to motivating young people.
Regent High School is an 11-19 mixed comprehensive school with an inspiring and dynamic curriculum that challenges all students to realise their full potential and equips them with the skills required for success in the competitive 21st century. In November 2012, Ofsted rated us as a Good school where ‘all staff share the headteacher’s and governors’ relentless drive to raise the achievement of students.’ The school prides itself on the extensive array of opportunities it offers students and staff, through the school’s established business, commercial and creative partnerships, ranging from careers projects with British Land, to the successful mentoring programme with The Rothschild Group and film-making projects with the British Library. Located in Camden, in the heart of Central London, we are only minutes’ walk away from the transport hubs of Kings Cross St Pancras and Euston stations and are within easy reach of the West End.
For further information about the post, informal visits to the school and an application pack, please visit our website at www.regenthighschool.org.uk.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced check with the Disclosure and Barring Service.