Teacher of Art
RSA Academy, Tipton
Are you an ambitious teacher either looking for your 1st step into leadership responsibility or an NQT looking for a forward thinking and highly aspirational school to start your career.
Do you have a particular area of interest you would like to develop, a strand of your subject you’d like to grow, for example, developing the A level curriculum, Year 6 into 7 transition, KS3 curriculum for your subject area, leading on initial teacher training, developing assessments. Whatever your interest, we will encourage and develop you to build on it. As a small but growing Trust we are continually developing roles, we invest in our staff and can provide a clear pathway along with the appropriate level of support suited to your experience level. You will be joining a strong leadership team and will be supported by a DLS (Head of Department) and ADLS (Second in Department).
We will work with you to create an individual professional development plan with specific CPD which is appropriate to your career stage. All of this with the ultimate aim of providing the best education for our students, placing strong emphasis on good behaviour so that no student is left behind.
You will be joining a group of successful schools all judged to be good or outstanding, serving approximately 3000 children from nursery through to 19 years of age. The Central RSA Multi Academy Trust sits within an umbrella trust of schools known as RSAA. The RSA Academy in Tipton (West Midlands) is an oversubscribed and expanding 11-19 school with 1100 students (including Sixth Form). This will rise to 1200 plus sixth form over the next two years. The school is highly aspirational, boasting fantastic facilities for both students and staff, including a £5 million new build block, to enable expansion. Significant changes have been made in the last year to remove barriers to improvement, and the successful candidate will be joining the school at a critical and exciting time to drive things forward.
Informal visits to the Academy are encouraged and welcomed, please contact the HR department on either AAHR@rsaacademy.org or 0121 5561351. Further information about this role, our Academy and the Central RSA Academies Trust, are available from our website at www.rsaacademy.org
Completed application forms should be emailed to AAHR@rsaacademy.org by 9am on Monday 20th May 2019.
Central RSA Academies Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post will be subject to an enhanced DBS clearance.