Head of School: Danny Yates B.Ed (Hons) Tel: 01642 310561
Nunthorpe Website: www.nunthorpe.co.uk
DO YOU WANT TO PLAY A KEY PART IN THE DAY TO DAY TEACHING OF OUR ACADEMY AND BE PART OF SOMETHING OUTSTANDING?
Teacher of Humanities (MPS / UPS) Part time (0.5 FTE in the first instance to teach mainly KS3 Philosophy & Ethics)
Required from: January 2018 (or earlier if possible).
Nunthorpe is a very popular outstanding co-educational 11 – 19 comprehensive Academy with approximately 1600 students on roll.
Nunthorpe Academy is the lead Teaching School in the North East Schools Teaching Alliance – NESTA. Through this ‘school led’ system of self-improvement we focus on the key areas of School to School Support; Professional Development; Specialist Leaders of Education and Initial Teacher Training & Succession Planning
We are a large, experienced and established faculty with 11 full time and 2 part time teachers and also 1 full time Faculty Support Assistant. The faculty offers Geography, History, Philosophy and Ethics and Psychology to GCSE and A level; with Government and Politics also offered at KS5
In addition to a highly competitive salary and benefits, Nunthorpe Academy can offer the successful candidate:
· The opportunity for experienced teachers with a proven track record to become a Specialist Leader of Education (SLE) as part of the Teaching School Alliance.
· A large, vibrant Sixth Form with increased teaching opportunities at Key stage 4 and 5.
· An extensive CPD programme and commitment to professional development.
We require an energetic, inspirational and talented teacher with a genuine intellect and passion for Humanities to teach KS3. The successful candidate will have the ability and potential to consistently deliver outstanding lessons; and be ambitious for the achievement of every student in their care.
An application pack is available to download from our website www.nunthorpe.co.uk. All completed application forms should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Closing Date for this is Friday 22 June 2018 NOON