TEACHER OF DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY
July (NQT) /September 2018
MPS incorporating Inner London Allowance
Roll 1800 (Oversubscribed)
Excellent opportunity for an inspirational teacher, in a successful, well ordered, and inclusive 3-19 all through school. We are at the heart of an ethnically diverse community in London East, an area undergoing significant regeneration and building affordable homes. We have just celebrated record breaking public examination results in 2017 with many pupils achieving top grades at both GCSE and A level.
We foster a collaborative culture where talented individuals are empowered to produce their best work in brand new purpose built accommodation.
The school is located less than 10 minutes’ walk from Barking tube and mainline station (25 minutes from Liverpool Street station) and is easily accessible by road.
We are seeking a well-qualified and ambitious professional who is motivated to make a difference to the life chances of young people. The post would suit a team player who is committed to the happiness, well-being, self-esteem and progress of everyone at the school. The ability or desire to teach in our primary phase would be an advantage but is not essential.
We have the highest expectations of everyone and can offer
• Highly aspirational pupils who are eager to learn
• A highly supportive school in which teaching and learning is the key priority, and staff are provided with the time and coaching needed to be successful.
• Career development (Leadership / Lead practitioner training for exceptional candidates after 2 years in post)
• Access to the LBBD affordable quality housing scheme
• Visit and tour of school prior to final application
• Lead practitioner available for suitably qualified candidates
Department Information: The Design and Technology department is housed in a purpose built suite of workshops and design studios which are equipped for working in the full range of design and technology disciplines including product design, textiles, resistant materials, CAD/CAM, systems and control and electronics.
Food technology has one room designed for KS3 students and two, which are furnished and equipped to industrial standards for KS4 and KS5 students. At KS4, students follow the BTEC level 1 and 2 Hospitality course, which has had a 100% pass rate over the last 5 years.
We are fortunate to have a wide range of experience and skills within the Design and Technology Department and this is why we have a sustained and excellent year on year increase in our GCSE, BTEC and A level results.
Students follow a progressive modular learning route at Key Stage 3, in which they cover a variety of programmes of study via a range of product analysis exercises, focused practical tasks and integrated design and make assignments within Food Technology, Textiles Technology, Resistant materials and Product design.
The department currently offers Edexcel GCSE in Design and Technology and AQA GCSE Art and Design: Textiles and 3D Design. BTEC Level 1 and 2 in Hospitality. The quality of student work in all areas is of the highest standard and the department works in a variety of innovative ways to ensure that students are provided with the means to achieve success. To this end, students have access to a large range of study material, exemplar coursework and knowledge testing which the department has developed to assist students with coursework and examination preparation.
For full details of the post and an application form please visit the school website www.eastbury.bardaglea.org.uk and return the application form to the Headteacher’s PA, Karen Dunnell email@example.com. The closing date for applications is 27 April 2018 and interviews will be held on 3 May 2018.
Eastbury School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff to share this commitment and to undergo appropriate checks including enhanced DBS checks. CVs are not acceptable and will not be considered.