Teacher of Religious Studies(Maternity Cover)
This is a fantastic opportunity to come and teach Religious Studies in the Humanities Learning Area in a forward thinking and successful comprehensive school with around 400 students. We are one of the most improved schools in Flintshire this year, as well as being in the top 25% of schools for GCSE performance. The Humanities Learning Area is one of the most successful in the school with our students achieving significantly above national averages, with a high percentage of students achieving A/A* grades. St. David’s High School is a non-selective 11-16 comprehensive school situated just ten minutes from the centre of the beautiful city of Chester. Many of our staff travel from the Wirral, Chester and North Wales.
We are looking for an outstanding Teacher of Religious Studies with a commitment to academic excellence and helping every child succeed. This is perfect opportunity for an ambitious practitioner who is either new to the profession, or someone with more experience. The new Teacher of Religious Studies will be fully supported by the Director of Learning (Humanities).
The ideal candidate will:
· have experience of teaching at an outstanding level
· have demonstrable evidence of raising attainment
· have the resolve to make a real difference to the lives of students
· possess a strong desire to develop an outstanding learning area by creating a culture where learning is greatly valued by all
Applying for the post
If you are interested in this exciting opportunity at St. David’s, please download the application pack and then complete the Flintshire application form and attach a supporting statement (no more than two sides of A4) outlining your skills and experience and what you would bring to the role of Teacher of Religious Studies (Maternity Cover) at St. David’s High School.
Please note that post will cease on post holder's return.
Deadline for applications: Wednesday 18th April 2018, 12pm.
Shortlisting: Thursday 19th April 2018
Interview date: Week beginning 23rd April 2018