We wish to appoint a humanities teacher, ideally with a history or geography specialism and the ability to teach religious education, who demonstrates an enthusiastic and dynamic approach to teaching exciting and creative lessons. This post offers an excellent opportunity for the successful candidate to join an exciting and innovative humanities department. The successful candidate will play a key role in the continued progression and development across of this key faculty in the school.
It is essential to for candidates to be able to teach:
History or Geography and Religious Education at KS3 and KS4.
Already the country’s best performing Trust for the new Progress 8 measure at KS4, the City of London Academies Trust is driven by ambition: to deliver world-class results as we combine the heritage and tradition of the City of London with creativity and innovation. We have a proven track record of school improvement, offering students an exciting curriculum and opportunities to perform, showcase their talents and experience the world of work outside of the classroom.
We believe exceptional teachers create exceptional results; they transform lives and transform futures. They support every student to achieve their full potential and become a confident, resilient and compassionate individual who can make a positive contribution to society. We believe that exceptional teachers like you should be supported too, with all the opportunities you need to develop and achieve your goals.
We’re committed to providing first-rate training and development to all of our staff, as well as excellent career advancement opportunities within this evolving Trust. You’ll find high expectations here too; we expect the kind of exemplary conduct from students that allows our teachers to do their jobs as effectively as they can.
In this post you will play an instrumental role in school improvement, developing whole-school systems and ensuring that the school is outstanding in every category within three years. You will be working with a team whose mission it is to embed excellence in everything we do.
Application forms and further details are available from the attached links or from the school’s website. www.highgatehill.cola.org.uk
Email applications to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and as part of the selection process an enhanced Disclosure and Barring check will be required.
Closing date for applications is 1.30pm on Friday 13 October with interviews being held w/c 16 October 2017.