Are you looking for career progression in an exciting department, within a happy and caring school?
What we offer:
The School values its staff and provides a sustainable professional development programme, and an opportunity to work with talented staff and congenial colleagues. NQTs with relevant experience are welcome to apply, and there is a clearly articulated and detailed programme for NQTs, as well as induction arrangements for all colleagues joining the School.
The Languages department is well-resourced with a suite of five dedicated rooms, plus its own staff office. Extra-curricular trips and activities are run through the department, and the Latin department benefits from its close contact with the University of Birmingham Department of Classics. We are very proud of the Languages department's excellent record of achievement in public examinations.
Our students gain excellent academic results, but also develop a love of learning, respect for each other and the leadership skills needed for successful careers. They offer an enthusiastic secondary teacher a fulfilling opportunity to enjoy the teaching of their subject.
We are an oversubscribed 'Outstanding' School which benefits from the diverse community and all the opportunities that the city of Birmingham has to offer. The School is situated in attractive parkland to the South of the City, and is part of the renowned King Edward VI family.
What we are looking for:
An enthusiastic and well-qualified practitioner to teach Latin, up to and including A level. Recently and newly qualified teachers are very welcome to apply.
A team player is essential, and creativity is encouraged.
How to apply:
Please take a look at the Applicant Information for further details about the School and the post.
Please complete the Application Form and return to us before the deadline of 18th March 2019.
King Edward VI Camp Hill Girls’ School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be required to undergo an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.