We seek to appoint an enthusiastic, creative and dedicated Lead Teacher of Computing, ICT & Creative i-Media. The ideal candidate for this vacancy will be highly motivated and committed to delivering engaging and inspiring computing lessons. Prior experience of leading a small department would be advantageous but not essential. If you feel that you have these attributes and skills, and are suitably qualified, then we would like to hear from you.
The department is completely committed to excellence and are dedicated to offering students a positive and enriching experience in Computing & ICT through a challenging and inspiring curriculum. We aim to develop students’ computational thinking, logical thinking and the ability to problem solve.
All schemes of work and assessments are developed collaboratively across our multi-academy trust and are shared in centralised electronic folders. The successful candidate will also have the opportunity to further develop these resources. The computing department enjoy first class teaching facilities, with a mixture of PC and Mac suites. Each classroom is also equipped with a modern electronic lectern with an inbuilt networked PC and visualizer, which is connected to an interactive whiteboard with inbuilt audio speakers.
All KS3 students enjoy a dedicated hour of computing per week. At KS4 students can opt for OCR GCSE computing or Creative i-Media. We also offer A-level computing, with a high percentage of students going on to pursue computing courses at university.
At Tudor Grange Academy, excellent teaching and learning is at the heart of all that we do. Our staff are our most valued asset, therefore professional development is very important to us. We offer a comprehensive CPD programme to enable you to continuously develop your practice in an over-subscribed school where students fall in love with learning, embrace a growth mindset and are successful. It is important to us that we maintain a focus on staff well-being, ensuring that staff maintain a good work-life balance and enjoy what they do.
You will be part of a multi-academy trust with the potential for opportunities of collaboration and leadership across the four other secondary schools, as well as large scale Trust Insets with opportunities to network and share best practice and resources across the Tudor Grange family of schools.
Informal visits and conversations about the post are most welcome. For further information please contact Grant Davis, Senior Leader link for computing via the main school reception on 01905 454627 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Application Deadline: 12:00pm Monday 1st March 2021
Completed applications must be returned to Virginia Iles at the academy by 12pm on the closing date via email to email@example.com
The recruitment process is robust in seeking to establish the commitment of candidates to support the school’s measures to safeguard children and to identify, deter or reject people who might pose a risk of harm to children or are otherwise unsuited to work with them. The successful applicant will be required to undertake an Enhanced DBS check. All applications will be considered on their merit and the post will be offered subject to the usual health and criminal record clearance. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Tudor Grange Academy Worcester
- Mainstream school with state - academy funding
- Secondary School
- Students of mixed gender, age 11 - 18 years