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Teacher of Technology (0.5)

Trinity AcademyBristol, City of

Trinity Academy is a highly oversubscribed free school that opened in 2019. We are a values based community that focuses on the learning of all students and staff, that cares deeply for our young people and each other and that is committed to co-curricular enrichment. Our stated goal is to be a +1 school for progress and as such, we are looking for a highly motivated, professional and well qualified teacher to join us in our mission.

This is a unique opportunity to join a team that is establishing a new school as we enter our third year. Curriculum and resources are co designed and the  outstanding behaviour of our students allows you to focus on the craft and science of teaching. 

We are committed to your professional development, as both teacher and leader. As a growing school there is considerable opportunity for career development both within the school and across the Cathedral Schools Trust.

In 2021 we move into our new building - a £24 million bespoke school with fully equipped rooms for teaching Food Technology, Design Technology , Resistant Materials and Textiles. The appointed candidate will have a significant role in equipping these rooms to enable outstanding progress.

Applications are welcome from newly qualified or experienced teachers with the ability to teach Technology at KS3, GCSE and A Level. For an outstanding candidate there is also the opportunity for a TLR and/or to be an Specialist Leader of Education in the Teaching Schools Alliance of the Cathedral Schools Trust. We are interested in hearing from people who specialise in either Food Technology, Design Technology or Resistant Materials.

If you would like to find out more about the school including FAQs, please visit the website at:


Please see the attached documents for further details about the role including the job description and person specification. 

Please note that we will only consider applications through TES and will not consider CVs so please ensure that your supporting statement on the application meets the requirements of the person specification. We encourage you to be succinct and to restrict your supporting statement to no more than four pages in length.

Closing date: Monday 25th January

Interview: w/c Monday 8th February

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults and the post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

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