CURRICULUM LEADER FOR FOOD AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT
MPS OR UPS plus TLR 2a (£3,101)
We are seeking to appoint, from January 2020, an enthusiastic, imaginative and dynamic subject leader with a proven record of achieving high outcomes and delivering outstanding teaching in themselves and others. We are happy to consider flexible working options and this can be discussed at interview.
- Strong leadership and team-building qualities
- An outstanding classroom practitioner who is passionate about teaching and learning
- Aspirations to senior leadership
- High expectations for student achievement
- The ability to lead effective, sustained change
- A commitment to raising standards for all
The successful candidate will be able to communicate his/her passion for the subjects through innovative, diverse and exciting teaching methods and will be able to teach the subject at KS3, GCSE and Level 3.
The Food department consists of 2 food rooms that are fully equipped to accommodate 20 students in each room. All students study core Food at KS3 level for 2 lesson per week. GCSE Food is a popular option with 2 cohorts in each year group studying food at GCSE level (Y9-11).
Child Development is a popular and successful option choice at KS4. Enthusiasm and a passion for the subject will motivate our students to reach their potential. At KS4 we offer OCR Cambridge Nationals Level 1/2, which runs over 3 years. Students have 5 lessons per fortnight.
We would be pleased to show prospective applicants around the Academy. Please contact Mrs Jo Mistry, HR Administrator to arrange a tour. An application form may be downloaded from the recruitment page of this website. Please send your application to Mrs Mistry (firstname.lastname@example.org) and include a letter and CV.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share in this commitment. All staff appointments are subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check.
Closing date for applications: 9.00am Monday 18 November 2019
Interviews: Friday 22 November 2019