We believe in potential as much as experience. You will be a great teacher – you don’t have to have done it for many years to be a strong fit for this role!
Led by our School Improvement Leader, you will use your passion, expertise and subject knowledge in English to drive forward the quality of teaching and learning across all of our Academies, working in secondary ages 11-19. Close liaison with primary colleagues through our co-design subject networks will be integral to the role, and you will be a key member of the English co-design subject team. Regular travel between our schools, and our Central Base and training facility in the jewellery quarter is essential as you will be required to work with our leaders and teachers, modelling best practice through teaching, as well as coaching and leading others to ensure we all achieve the same successes. You will have the opportunity to become a Specialist Leader of Education, if you are not already, as part of the RSAA Teaching School Alliance, to support school improvement within and beyond RSA Academies.
Our investment in you:
Our staff work together to ensure the best possible learning for the young people, by supporting each other through expertise and sharing so that our staff can be the best they can be. We will invest heavily in you, through our innovative talent management people strategy, including a detailed year-long induction programme and our innovative ‘Let’s Talk People’ strategy, so that you can invest in our staff and young people most effectively. You will receive TEEP training and have the opportunity to access level 2 TEEP training when appropriate.
Social Justice through Exceptional Schools
Want to be part of an organisation with a powerful vision and strong values. The Central RSA Academies Trust is a group of primary and secondary RSA Academies with a strong link with the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (known as the Royal Society of Arts, The RSA). This is an incredibly exciting opportunity to join a forward thinking, Midlands based multi academy Trust with a moral drive to ensure the best educational outcomes for our students and striving to make a difference to the lives of our young people. We currently have five schools within our Trust, with children from the age of three up to Sixth Form aged young adults. Our schools are in two hubs, in Tipton in the Black Country and in Worcestershire.
For an informal conversation about this role, please contact Sam McMonagle, School Improvement Leader or Guy Shears, Executive Principal (CEO) on 0121 2703117. Further information about this role and the Central RSA Academies Trust, including our detailed strategic improvement plan are available to download from our website at www.centralrsaacademies.co.uk
Completed application forms should be emailed to AAHR@rsaacademy.org by 9am on Monday 22nd October 2018
Central RSA Academies Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post will be subject to an enhanced DBS clearance.