Christ the King College is a Christian 11-18 secondary school on the Isle of Wight.
Our journey begun in September 2008 by the amalgamation of the previous Archbishop King Roman Catholic Middle School and Trinity Church of England Middle School. Our student population has grown year on year and we are now reaching the final stage of our journey with a total student cohort of about 1500 student, 270 of which in our Sixth Form. This is an exciting time to join us as we are in the process of preparing to move into a complete new building.
We are seeking well-qualified and experienced graduates to teach their specialist subjects throughout Key Stages 3 to 5. The successful candidates will have the ability and motivation to inspire our students and to enthuse a passion for their subject in them. Through the continued development of outstanding teaching and learning, you will ensure that our students achieve the highest possible outcomes.
Experience within the secondary school sector, a determination for our students to achieve the highest standards and an understanding of the distinctiveness of a Christian College are desirable.
Our ideal candidates will:
- be well qualified in their subject
- be passionate about their subject and a committed team player
- be able to teach their subject at Key Stage 3 to 5
- be able to motivate and inspire students
- have the desire to continuously develop to be an outstanding teacher
- be committed to our Christian ethos and values and our high expectations
In return we offer the opportunity to join a school who:
- offers the opportunity to work within a successful church school community
- offers the opportunity to further develop your unique skills and talents for the good of our students
- has a successful and thriving sixth form
- is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty with idyllic countryside, breathtaking coastal scenery, an abundance of outdoor activities to enjoy and a peaceful island atmosphere
The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. These posts are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the successful applicants will be expected to undertake enhanced DBS checks.