Are you a typically good or better teacher or a recent graduate who is passionate about teaching and have a love of Geography? Do you enjoy building positive relationships with children and young people whilst expecting consistently high standards? Do you have a creative approach to teaching that excites learners so that they want to engage in their learning? Do you want to work in an outstanding learning environment as a member of a supportive, enthusiastic and professional team? If so, then the Regis School is for you!
We want positive staff whose glasses are ‘half full’, and who are up to the challenge of contributing to a department that is improving student outcomes year on year. Our faculty is comprised of friendly, supportive teachers who share a passion for teaching Geography, for working with young people and with each other. Your contribution to our team will be valued and you will be supported and challenged at every stage of your career. In addition, as a United Learning school, we can offer higher salaries, health benefits and other rewards.
You will have an innovative approach to learning and be driven to produce dynamic Geography lessons across key stage 3 and 4 with the opportunity to teach key stage 5. You will have qualities to help the Humanities team in successfully delivering an exciting curriculum, which is inclusive to all students and makes good use of new technologies.
The Regis School is an 11-18 academy, under the sponsorship of United Learning. We achieved a ‘good’ Ofsted judgment in November 2013 which we encourage you to read.
If you are passionate about learning, determined to build relationships with young people, committed to working with the full range of students' needs and talents, and keen to work in a forward-looking and improving school, we look forward to receiving your application. We also strongly encourage you to visit the school to see how ‘good’ we are!
Applications are welcomed from candidates with all levels of experience including NQTs. The school offers an excellent professional development programme.
We reserve the right to interview immediately, therefore early applications are actively encouraged.
For more information and to apply, please contact Richard Lanning at Hays Education on 01273 729465 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The post is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure