Second in Charge - English
MPR/UPR and TLR 2B
Do you want to make an impact in a school that is moving forward with exciting times ahead?
This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and committed teacher to take on a leadership role within our English Curriculum Area. The successful candidate will support the Curriculum Leader of English with the management of the range of specialisms covered within the department and will be a highly committed, motivated and a passionate teacher who can lead by example.
We offer candidates:
support, mentoring and professional learning appropriate to the post.
a forward looking, hardworking and enthusiastic team of staff with the desire and skills to improve outcomes
the opportunity to make a significant contribution to the strategic development of the school
Visits to the school are welcome and encouraged. Please get in touch if you would like to arrange this.
Copthall School is a culturally diverse and inclusive all girls Secondary School based in Mill Hill, Barnet. Our students’ enjoy a varied curriculum which embraces and supports different learning styles, abilities and talents. Our thriving sixth form offers both A Level and Vocational pathways and we boast an excellent success rate in University applications. Following the appointment of a new Headteacher in September 2016, Copthall is on a journey to renewed success with a clear vision for achieving and maintaining high standards
Copthall School is committed to promoting equality, challenging discrimination and developing community cohesion. We welcome applications from all sections of the community. We are committed to the protection of children and vulnerable adults.
Appointment is subject to a clear DBS check to an enhanced level.
Application forms are available from the School website: http://www.copthallschool.org.uk/219/join-us or by phoning the school office on 020 8959 1937.
Completed forms should be returned directly to Copthall School at the above address or via email to email@example.com.
Closing date: Tuesday 17th October 2017 (9.00am)