‘A school where leaders and teachers have created a positive learning environment which makes a strong contribution to pupils’ confidence and enjoyment of school’ – ‘Pupils personal development is enhanced by the extensive programme of extra-curricular opportunities available to them’ - Ofsted
Teacher of Psychology with Health and Social Care
Required for September 2019
MPS/UPS - Full Time or Part Time considered
Are you an inspirational, dedicated teacher who is committed to raising expectations and attainment? Do you consistently deliver good to outstanding lessons, track individual pupil progress and provide structured feedback? Are you enthusiastic and relentlessly passionate about sharing and engendering a desire to investigate the past? Are you committed to working collaboratively and reflectively with your colleagues?
An opportunity has arisen for an inspirational, dedicated teacher to join our high attaining Social Sciences department. We are a growing department with a large number of Sixth Form students and a popular Child Care course at Key Stage 4.
You will teach across Key Stage 4 and 5, be committed to raising attainment and contribute to our positive team culture. The ideal candidate will have a degree in Psychology and experience of teaching Psychology, previous experience of Health and Social care would be desirable.
Writhlington School and Mendip Studio School are part of the Midsomer Norton Schools’ Partnership and are both located on a large modern campus that benefits from exceptional media facilities, a 400-seat theatre and a Community Sports Centre. The school are committed to supporting staff in their professional development and working collaboratively to drive towards the goal of consistently refining pedagogy and practice with a pupil centred mindset.
The teaching, leadership and pastoral support across the schools means that our students get the benefit of shared facilities and curriculum opportunities. Mendip Studio School has recently received a ‘Good’ rating from Ofsted. The inspection outcome is a testament to the hard work, talent and commitment of all staff across the campus.
New staff ideas are encouraged and there are a range of opportunities to lead and to contribute to its wide range of extracurricular activities: a large Combined Cadet Force, and international links with China, Tanzania & Rwanda that support the 14-19 curriculum.
If you would like to work in a collaborative, forward-thinking and supportive school environment, apply by 17th June 2019.
Interviews will be held on 20th June 2019.
Visit our website for further information and to download an application form or apply online today! http://www.writhlington.org.uk/contact/job-vacancies/
Tel: 01761 433581
Writhlington School, Knobsbury Lane, Radstock, Bath BA3 3NQ
Midsomer Norton Schools’ Partnership is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS with a check against the Barred list is required for the successful candidate.