Thank you for showing an interest in teaching at Weavers Academy.
We aspire to being a school of first choice for our community, a beacon of hope and a provider of not just a ‘good’ education but a ‘world class’ one! We want our staff, students, families and governors to judge Weavers Academy to be an outstanding school. In the last few years we have significantly improved outcomes for our students and the school was judged ‘good’ by Ofsted in May 2017.
We are passionate about the classroom experience. Our teachers put their ‘heart and soul’ into delivering excellence within their own teaching and assessment practice and this has driven learning, progress and personal development. This approach has been a key contributor to our success so far.
We now seek to appoint a Head of Computing Science and Business Studies to lead and manage the learning area to drive us to the next level. Most important in this should be the way in which you collaborate and lead the team of staff within the curriculum area.
We seek to recruit a colleague who is:
Creative and full of enthusiasm, able to manifest professional positivity at all times.
Committed to regular and ongoing CPD.
Open to coaching and mentoring.
Constantly striving to improve.
Successful candidates will join a collaborative and committed staff team that have a vision to succeed through a shared focus on teaching and learning.
Please send your completed application form (using the Weavers application form) and covering letter to our HR Manager at the following address: Weavers Academy, Brickhill Road, Wellingborough, NN8 3JH. Applications by email are welcomed and should be sent to: HRManager@weaversacademy.org.uk. CVs alone are not accepted.
Closing Date: 8am on Monday 25 March 2019 with interview dates to be confirmed.
Creative Education Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be required to undertake relevant safeguarding checks.