We are an over-subscribed 11-19 girls’ school in South London and part of the Manor Trust family of schools. This year we had our best ever exam results that placed us in the top 10% of schools in the country for student progress and 4th in the London Borough Of Croydon. It is a unique, supportive community where all students and staff are valued as individuals whilst recognising the challenges that young people face.
We are looking for a dynamic teacher of Design & Technology who is willing to teach across all the disciplines. The ability to teach Resistant Materials, Product Design and Graphic Products at Key Stage 3 and 4 and 5 is essential. In addition the ability to teach an additional subject at Key Stage 3, either Food Technology Textile Technology would be preferable.
We run a very successful DEC programme (WJEC level 1/2 award in Designing the Built Environment) and therefore the ability to teach or willingness to train in the subject would be advantageous.
Suitable candidates would have the ability or aptitude to use CAD/CAM – Laser Cutter &/ 3D Printer.
Working with us:
We have a health cash plan with Simply Health, Bike2Work scheme and staff wellbeing programme which includes staff yoga and regular social activities.
NQT’s follow an established induction programme while more experienced staff are able to join our leadership training programmes. Many among our teaching staff enrol in our school-based MA programme run in conjunction with St Mary's University. The college is a member of PiXL.
Applications should be submitted using the online Norbury Manor teaching staff application form. Alternatively, these forms can be downloaded from http://www.nmbec.org.uk/schooljobs (in this instance, forms should be posted or scanned and emailed to email@example.com).
Equal Opportunities & Safeguarding
Norbury Manor is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our children and young people. As part of our safeguarding commitment, appointment to any post is subject to receipt of satisfactory references, medical clearance and a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check as well as evidence of the right to live and work in the United Kingdom.