Teacher of English
The Downs School, West Berkshire
Closing Date: 18 May 2018
Proposed Start Date: September 2018
Salary: Main/Upper Scale
Contract type: Full Time and Temporary (Maternity Contract)
This is an exciting opportunity to join an ‘outstanding‘ school and a highly successful English and Media Faculty. NQTs are welcome to apply and would have the opportunity to gain valuable experience in this innovative, vibrant and friendly faculty. More experienced teachers may like to apply for the role of Key Stage Leader.
You will be self-motivated, independent and have the ability to deliver quality teaching.
- the opportunity to work in one of the most successful faculties within an ‘outstanding’ school
- excellent support from colleagues and outstanding behaviour from students
- highly motivated students, achieving 93% A*- C grade at GCSE and English Language and Literature achieving red hot ALPS scores (2016)
- commitment to CPDL
The Downs School, a Foundation, 11-18 comprehensive school, is a highly successful, oversubscribed and popular school serving the Downs area of West Berkshire. The roll is over 1200 with a well-established sixth form. Results at all levels are consistently above national averages and Ofsted described our students as having ‘excellent personal and social skills’ who ‘achieve well academically’.
The Downs School is set on the beautiful Berkshire Downs and has good road links to Newbury, Reading, Didcot and Oxford – situated just 10 minutes from the A34.
More information about the post and the school can be found on our web site www.thedownsschool.org or by contacting Mrs N Kenyon, Personnel Manager on 01635 270000 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please return your applications by 18 May 2018 to Mrs N Kenyon, Personnel Manager at the above address or e-mail email@example.com
The Downs School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Successful applicants will be subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Check through the DBS and provide evidence that they have a right to work in the UK.