The School requires a Computing Teacher
Salary range: Competitive
This is an excellent professional opportunity for a recently qualified Computing Teacher to join Stanborough Secondary School.
Stanborough Secondary School is committed to increasing the number of staff from ethnic minorities, across all roles and at all levels, to reflect our diverse student population. Applications from practising Christians are particularly welcome. The Equal Opportunities Policy is available on our website.
We’re looking for an outstanding teacher with a proven track record of success and raising pupil outcomes.
The successful candidate will have the ability to deliver quality teaching that drives achievement and inspires a love of learning. You will be able to demonstrate experience of achieving positive outcomes for pupils, as well as being passionate about making a difference to the lives of young people. As a committed team player, you will have excellent organisational skills and the natural ability to motivate both pupils and peers.
You will have:
- A degree-level qualification
- Qualified Teacher Status (preferred)
- The ability to teach at KS2 through to GCSE age groups.
- Experience of sustained delivery of outstanding attainment and achievement.
- Experience of innovation and creativity to engage, enthuse and progress learners.
The post will be part time, 1-day pe week.
|Qualification and Development:||A degree in relevant subject.|
Evidence of recent and relevant continuing professional development.
|PGCE (or equivalent teaching qualification) / QTS|
|Leadership:||Be fully committed to the vision of the School and promote its aims positively.|
To be fully committed to achieving the highest of standards and best practice across all aspects of the School.
To be fully committed to change and able to adopt and promote a forward thinking and innovative approach to development.
|Evidence of leading on an initiative which has led to raising standards.|
|Recent Professional Experience;||Teaching across the ability range within specified subject/s.|
Successful teaching experience across key stages 3 & 4 within the specified subject/s.
Evidence of achieving good learning progress from classes within at least two different key stages.
Good classroom management.
Experience of supporting change and securing improvement for students.
Evidence of contributing to the personal development of pupils.
|Relevant experience in teaching GCSE|
Evidence of achieving outstanding learning progress from classes within at least two different key stages.
Excellent classroom management.
Experience of being a form tutor
Working in partnership with other educational institutions or agencies.
Experience of leading a curriculum development initiative and securing improvement.
Experience of undertaking self-evaluation processes.
|Knowledge;||An excellent knowledge and understanding of your teaching subject/s.|
A good understanding of classroom management and engagement strategies.
An excellent knowledge of up to date classroom pedagogy planning and assessment.
An understanding of the collection and use of data to inform targets and future teaching, leading to improved outcomes.
Knowledge and understanding of self-evaluation and quality assurance procedures.
A good understanding of current educational issues, theory and practice, with particular regard to:
the National Curriculum.
Inclusion and the personalisation of the curriculum.
|An excellent understanding of Strategies to engage learning.|
|Professional Skills:||Evidence of a good level of teaching skills.|
A good range of successful teaching and learning strategies.
The ability to create a safe and stimulating visual environment for the classroom.
The ability to create a learning environment which values and enables everyone equally.
A good level of numeracy skills.
A high level of written and oral communication skills.
A good level of ICT skills.
Good interpersonal skills.Able to prioritise and manage time effectively.
|Personal qualities:||A determination, conviction and commitment towards success for School.|
Able to forge positive relationships with pupils and colleagues.
Able to work effectively in a team Evidence of effective collaboration and working in partnership with other colleagues.
Good emotional intelligence.
A personal commitment to on-going professional development.
A commitment to contributing to the life of the school beyond the curriculum
Applications considered on a rolling basis until midday, 30 August 2022
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest and an application pack will be sent out to you.