Are you a passionate English teacher able to plan and deliver lessons that lead to outstanding progress for your pupils? Are you looking to work in a positive and forward-thinking department that puts collaboration and excellence at the heart of everything it undertakes? If so, an exciting opportunity has arisen to join our English department. We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and ambitious teacher of English with the qualities to inspire and motivate both staff and students.
The challenge of developing students’ English Language skills and guiding our children to develop curiosity about Literature and a love of reading is one we relish. We are constantly developing our practice and work closely with our cross-phase partners to ensure that our Key Stage 3 curriculum builds on the strong foundations of KS2 whilst preparing pupils for the rigour of the GCSE curriculum.
In addition to this, you will be given bespoke opportunities to further your career with access to outstanding internal and external CPD. If you want to join an experienced, positive and forward-thinking team, devoted to helping children realise their potential, then we are the team for you. We look forward to receiving your application.
About Loreto High School
• A small school where we get to know our students, identify their strengths and nurture their talents.
• A school with good behaviour and a positive culture built on respect and tolerance for everyone (OFSTED, 2016).
• A school located within the vibrant community of Chorlton, a renowned suburb of Manchester.
• Excellent CPD and staff well-being programme.
The successful candidate will be an excellent practitioner with:
• The ability or potential to challenge our students and teach inspirational outstanding lessons;
• A commitment to Loreto High School’s high expectations and powerful ethos;
• The ability to teach a range of abilities across both key stages;
• Excellent subject knowledge;
• A desire to work collaboratively and to make a real contribution to the development of our department and the progress of our students;
• A thorough understanding of the GCSE curriculum.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful candidates will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check.