Energetic and enthusiastic Teacher of History, with passion for the subject required for the role of History Teacher. We are keen to recruit someone who will be able and willing to contribute to the development of History within the academy, offering high quality teaching to help secure excellent outcomes for our students and the academy.
We can offer you the opportunity to work with motivated students, the full support of a dedicated and committed team of staff, a supportive induction programme and the opportunity to work in a successful academy in a beautiful area of the South West.
Buckler’s Mead Academy is a caring 11 – 16 academy in the east of Yeovil, close to the Dorset border. Our vision as an academy is that all community members are happy, achieve and have limitless aspirations. We want the very best for every student and our job as professionals is to ensure this happens, constantly striving to improve. All our staff sign up to these aspirations and play a full role in contributing to this vision through inclusive teaching. We seek to recruit dedicated and talented staff, highly committed to making a difference. We are an ‘Investor in People’ for the 8th time and you would be joining a welcoming and very loyal staff where you can be assured of excellent support at all times.
The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share these commitments. We follow ‘Safer Recruitment’ procedures and all appointments are subject to references and a full Disclosure and Barring Service check. Buckler’s Mead Academy is an equal opportunities employer. The campus is a no smoking site.
If you think this could be the role for you, we would love to hear from you. Interested candidates should apply in writing to Mark Lawrence, Acting Headteacher using an academy application form and with a covering letter. For further information about the post and the academy please go to our website www.bucklersmead.com
Closing Date: Friday 4 October 2019 (9.00 am)