As an 11-19 secondary school serving nearly 1,200 students in central Gateshead, we have some ambitious plans for the future. We have recently joined the Emmanuel Schools Foundation, creating exceptional opportunities for knowledge sharing and career development – and with the renowned Emmanuel College itself just seven minutes away, we have a clear local model for excellence. We are committed to releasing the potential of our students and staff alike, and we have four key priorities for improvement – leadership, curriculum development, teaching and student engagement in extracurricular activities. You will be central to delivering our strategy, as you transform both the school and our students’ futures.
We are seeking a well qualified, self-motivated, adaptable and imaginative Head of Art who will be keen to lead a team that is committed to achieving academic excellence. A particular interest in recent developments in your subject, experience in the arranging of cultural visits and an awareness of current Art curriculum initiatives will be expected.
Join us and you can expect to be nurtured, supported and encouraged at every step of your career through the Emmanuel College Teaching School. We are committed to investing in you and your career development, with the possibility of working closely with colleagues at Emmanuel College, one-to-one coaching and future opportunities to undertake educational research. In short, we are looking to develop exceptional teachers and school leaders of tomorrow – either here or across the Emmanuel Schools Foundation – so we can take your career anywhere you want to go as this is a school where everyone can shine.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Closing date: Friday 21 May 2021 at 10am
- Mainstream school with state - academy funding
- Secondary School
- Students of mixed gender, age 11 - 18 years
Grace College is an 11-19 secondary school serving over 1200 students in central Gateshead. The school is committed to creating an outstanding learning community where students excel in their academic, cultural, co-curricular and personal lives. The ...