Are you looking for a new challenge in an innovative and supportive 11-18 Catholic school? Now part of the newly expanded Painsley Catholic Academy, the largest multi-academy in the Archdiocese of Birmingham, Blessed William Howard is looking to recruit dynamic, forward-thinking and inspirational staff to join its journey to success. With a strong Catholic ethos that puts ‘love’ at the heart of its community, the school provides a haven where all can flourish. Situated just outside the town centre and easily accessed by train, bus or the M6, Blessed William Howard is proud of its strong community links and its beautiful grounds.
A vacancy has arisen in our science department for a Head of Biology for an experienced qualified teacher, with a Science degree to teach both Key Stage 3 and 4.
The successful candidate will;
• raise achievement in Biology
• lead the development of biology across all key stages
• improve standards of T&L in Science.
• be inspirational – able to engage with our students and create an atmosphere of enthusiasm in the classroom.
• be determined to get the very best out of our students, seeing them reach their full potential
• have a genuine passion for Science
Why Blessed William Howard?
• A Christian community with a caring, secure and disciplined environment.
• A wide range of extra-curricular activities.
• High academic standards.
• A commitment to success for all.
• Ongoing CPD for all staff
“There is a warm atmosphere and the quality of relationships between all members of the school community are a particular strength. Pupils and staff are friendly, helpful, polite and welcoming to visitors.” Diocesan Section 48 Report (December 2017)
Informal enquiries please contactMrs S Marshall, HR Co-ordinator on 01785 244236 or email@example.com All applications should be returned to Mrs Marshall.
The position is subject to a criminal records check from the Disclosure & Barring Service (formerly CRB) which will require you to disclose all criminal convictions. Further details regarding this check are available by visiting www.gov.uk/dbs This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people/vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.