Teacher of Geography

Sirius Academy NorthKingston upon Hull

This is an exciting time to join us on our journey to Outstanding.  If you have an uncompromising belief in our Curriculum Principles; transforming our culture to instil each principle to its finest and want to be part of an innovative, supportive and caring school that contributes to each student achieving their ambitions, then we look forward to meeting you.

Please make an appointment through the Head of School’s PA (01482 349600) if you would like to discuss the role further.  Contact with the Academy prior to application is very much encouraged.

The Executive Principal and the Board of Directors are seeking to appoint to the following post:

Teacher of Geography – Mainscale Teacher Pay Scale MPS/UPS

We are looking for an enthusiastic teacher of Geography to join our team and work within a demanding and fast moving Academy. The suitable applicant will have a passion for their subject and an ambition to make positive steps in their teaching career. The successful candidate will be able to make a real difference to the life chances of students at our Academy. The successful candidate will work with Director of Humanities to deliver the accountabilities detailed in the job description. Although this role is predominantly for geography, the successful candidate may be required to teach other humanities subjects in KS3.  


This is an excellent opportunity for energetic individuals who will have the opportunity to work within a supportive and dynamic team from April or September 2021.  NQTs are welcome to apply.

Closing date:  Thursday 14th January 2021, 9.00am.  

All applications must be on a Sirius Academy North application form, available from our website at www.siriusacademynorth.org.uk 

Sirius Academy advertise all vacancies on the websites in addition to some that are advertised externally.

Any offer of employment to the above post will be subject to receipt of a satisfactory references & disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.


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