A unique opportunity for an extraordinary Humanities teacher who specialises in Philosophy & Ethics to start January 2020 or sooner if available. A TLR may be available for the suitable applicant.
Are you looking to start or develop your teaching career in an innovative, creative and supportive environment?
Would you like to be part of a growing and thriving school that is preparing to move into brand-new, purpose built accommodation in September 2018?
Do you believe in working in partnership with families and the local community to enable each child to aim high?
Are you passionate about the importance of continuing professional learning?
Do you believe that each child’s journey of discovery should include learning life and academic skills in equal measure, preparing each child to thrive in our global society? The Wren School does.
The Wren School - a six form entry 11 - 18 secondary Free School that opened in West Reading in September 2015 - currently caters for Year 7-11 students. We pride ourselves on being a local school for the local community and our reputation is extremely positive. We are delighted that in June 2018, in our first inspection, Ofsted considered The Wren School to be a ‘good’ school. We are oversubscribed in Year 7, 8 and 9. Our new site offers a fantastic learning environment. It is our ambition to create a happy and thriving school that will facilitate the growth and development of the community and we’re searching for exceptional people who will share our vision that:
Each child, regardless of background, will receive a world-class education and be nurtured, challenged and inspired to ‘aim high’.
Subject teacher of Humanities (Philisophy & Ethics specialism)
Working with our current teaching staff team, we are looking to appoint a subject teacher of Humanities and welcome applications from NQTs. A Philosophy & Ethics specialist would be preferred.
Our Key Stage 3 approach is a thematic one with an intention to achieve a smooth transition from Key stage 2. We aim to develop skills for learning alongside the knowledge that will enable our learners to ‘aim high’ at GCSE and beyond. Embarking on Year 9 study, our students commence GCSEs in the core subjects; potential option subjects deliver GCSE-style taster modules in order to facilitate option choices that commence part-way through the year.
If our vision and ethos match your own philosophy, then we hope you will be tempted to apply by downloading a recruitment pack and completing the application form and equal opportunities monitoring form.
Closing date for application is midday Monday 30th September 2019.
Completed applications should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Suitable applicants may be invited to attend an interview prior to the closing date.