Teacher of Art, Croydon

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Archbishop Tenison's CofE High SchoolCroydon

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Contract type: Full Time
Salary: Undisclosed
Contract term: Permanent
Suitable for NQTs: Yes

TEACHER OF ART

Location:  Croydon, Surrey

Required For: 1st September 2019

Contract: Permanent

Salary: MPS including Outer London Allowance  

• Teach Art from Year 7 to A Level 

• Could teach A Level Photography

• Join a strong, small, successful department with high standards

• Work alongside knowledgeable and experienced colleagues

• Be part of a school that has been in Croydon for over 300 years, with strong traditions and wide-ranging extra-curricular activities

• Develop professionally and personally in a secure, but lively atmosphere

• Contribute to our pastoral care and our Christian ethos

We are an 11-18 Church of England mixed comprehensive

756 pupils (6th Form: 191)

Attainment 8: (2018) 52.3

Progress 8: (2018) + 0.34

E-Bacc: (2018) 42%

A Level: (2018) 100% pass rate, A*-C 68%

Archbishop Tenison's is an equal opportunities employer and committed to Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.  

Enhanced DBS check required.

Full details on this role and to apply online please visit www.archten.croydon.sch.uk

Closing date: Midday, Monday 1st July 2019



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More about Archbishop Tenison's CofE High School
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Type: Mainstream School
Phase: Secondary
Funding status: State - Voluntary Aided
Gender: Mixed
Age Range: 11 - 18 years
Denomination: Church of England
Address: Selborne Road, Croydon, Surrey, CR0 5JQ, United Kingdom.
Telephone: +44 20 8688 4014
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The School 

In 1714 the then Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Tenison, founded a school for some "ten poor boys and ten poor girls" on a site which has since become Croydon's popular Whitgift Shopping Centre. 299 years and three sites later, as ...