Economics and Business Teacher (with the responsibility of the Economics department)
We are looking for an enthusiastic and well-qualified teacher to build on the successful departments of Business and Economics at Rugby High School. The school offers Business at GCSE level in Years 10 and 11 as well as A-Level in the Sixth form. Economics is offered in the Sixth Form at A-level. Results are excellent for both departments and this is reflected in the number of students who have continued to further their study of Business and Economics at university.
The department runs a successful Young Enterprise scheme with other local providers and offers a number of trips and opportunities to hear from guest speakers.
• have a good Economics/Business related degree
• are passionate about your subject
• are eager to teach in a school in which students have a genuine love of learning
• are willing to offer business enterprise days
• are keen to build relationships with local and national organisations
this might be just the right job for you.
Rugby High School is an 11-18 girls’ grammar school. Twice judged outstanding by Ofsted, the school has a large Sixth Form. 50% of students accept places at Russell Group universities each year.
We offer a full induction programme for all staff (including NQTs), extensive professional development opportunities and a rich menu of extra-curricular activities. Applications are welcome from teachers at all stages in their career including those returning to teaching and NQTs.
Would you like to come and join us? If so please contact Mike Sherwin for further details and an application form.
T: 0116 253 2389 / 07525 889925
Closing date: Wednesday 20th November 2019
Interviews: W/B Monday 25 November 2019
Care and respect for others are the values that lie at the heart of our school. The school is an Equal Opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people. It expects all staff to share this commitment.
The post is subject to an enhanced DBS Disclosure