March 2022 start
NQT, MPS or UPS
Full time (1fte), Temporary for up to 1 year to cover a period of Parental leave.
We are seeking an enthusiastic, imaginative and energetic Teacher of Religious Studies to join our highly successful and supportive team. This post is being offered on a temporary basis to cover a period of parental leave and will end on the return of the post holder.
King James’s School is a large 11-18 comprehensive school proud to offer a diverse and rich curriculum and is committed to high quality professional development and career opportunities for all staff. We run a School Direct secondary programme to train the next generation of teachers.
You will be joining a highly community orientated, inspirational and ambitious school. We are seeking an outstanding candidate to support our educational aims who has the vision, drive and interpersonal skills to motivate our students. You will benefit from strong leadership, effective support by colleagues and being part of an ethos that achieves the best possible outcomes for our students.
The RS department is high performing and teaches through to Key Stage 5. At A level we use the Religious Studies Edexcel specification and at GCSE we use the Edexcel Religious Studies: Beliefs in Action specification B. Experience of teaching up to Key Stage 5 would be beneficial.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all members of staff to share this commitment. This position is subject to an Enhanced DBS check and approved references.
For further details please refer to our 'Applicant Info Pack' (Candidate Information document).
Completed applications must be submitted via email to email@example.com and received by Friday 7th January 2022, 08.00am.
Please note that CVs will not be accepted.
King James’s School is a highly successful, mixed comprehensive school at the heart of the community, catering for students aged 11-18. We are dedicated to helping children develop into confident, sensitive and responsible adults who are ...