Do you want to join and support a dedicated and passionate Humanities department?
This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic teacher to join a hard-working and forward-looking Academy. Broadway Academy is a high performing academy in north Birmingham. The academy benefits from state of the art facilities throughout, having moved into our new building in 2011. The successful candidate will be able to teach Geography at KS3 and KS4.
We are looking for a Geography teacher who:
- Shows a passion for teaching Geography at KS3 & 4.
- Has an excellent subject knowledge in both human and physical Geography.
- Engages and motivates pupils to reach beyond their potential.
- Plans and delivers lessons of an outstanding quality.
- Will mark, feedback and report on assessments within Geography.
- Will be willing to work with and contribute to the Geography curriculum at Broadway.
- Will actively contribute to department meetings.
- Looks to improve their own pedagogical practice and geographical subject knowledge through CPD.
Geography within the Humanities Department
You will be joining a supportive and dedicated Humanities department who passionately believe that every child should “enjoy and achieve” in school. The department currently consists of Citizenship, Geography, History and RE at key stages 3 and 4, and Criminology, Law, Psychology, Sociology, Geography, History and RE in the sixth form. As well as striving for academic excellence in school, the department runs a wide range of co-curricular trips to enhance understanding of individual subjects, as well as to improve pupils’ life experiences.
Within the Geography department, we have a team of experienced teachers committed to developing ‘Geographers of the future’. At KS3, our curriculum explores a range of human and physical geographical processes and interactions, with an emphasis on teaching the most up-to-date geographical theory and understanding. At KS4 we teach AQA Geography and offer an array of fieldwork opportunities to encourage students to practice theory in the real world.
Join us and grow
You will benefit from working within a school, which encourages staff and students to be aspirational. Staff development is a priority and staff are empowered to continue their own learning. Alongside external training opportunities, the academy has developed an accelerated leadership programme linked to NPQML and NPQSL and offers a range of induction and CPD programmes.
We believe in the potential of every student and we are on an exciting journey to outstanding. If you are keen to work in a successful and growing academy, which encourages staff to aim high in their own careers, this could be a great opportunity for you.
For further information and to request a full application pack, please contact Paul Hunt at Hays Education:
You can also visit our dedicated recruitment website: https://webmicrosites.hays.co.uk/web/broadway-academy
Broadway Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments will be subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure.
- Mainstream school with state - academy funding
- Secondary School
- Students of mixed gender, age 11 - 18 years