William Perkin CofE High School
Salary: Main Professional Grade (MPS/UPS)
Closing Date: 17 January 2022, 12.00pm
Interview date: Thursday 27th January 2022
This role is suitable for ECT applicants.
We are looking for a Humanities Teacher in a school that offers excellent opportunities for professional development. William Perkin Church of England High School (Ofsted ‘Outstanding’) is one of four Twyford Trust schools, a successful multi-academy Trust based in the Borough of Ealing. We offer comprehensive CPD, exciting development opportunities and good promotion prospects for our teachers.
The main purpose of this teaching role is to achieve outstanding examination results for all classes taught, to lead an outstanding tutor group within a pastoral year team and to promote the school’s ethos and vision through, for example, active engagement with the school’s house system.
This is an exciting role for enthusiastic teachers as we prepare our students for GCSE and beyond. The successful applicant will be joining an innovative and energetic staff group that seeks to deliver an outstanding curriculum, and will be well supported by an experienced Senior Leadership Team. They will be a strong classroom practitioner with a commitment to achieving the highest standards both academically and in terms of the learning habits and personal dispositions of our students.
For an informal discussion about this position or to arrange a visit please contact the HR/Recruitment team at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Exceptional professional development and career progression
- Positive working relationships at all levels
- A supportive Leadership Team
- A full-range of Trust services providing support and development
The successful candidate will have:
- A good degree and Qualified Teacher Status
- Ability to teach either Geography or History to at least KS4
- Ability to teach Geography and History to KS3
- Knowledge of the requirements of the National Curriculum
- An understanding of recent curriculum / learning developments
- An understanding of the strategies required to motivate and enthuse all students across the ability range as part of a whole school approach to raising achievement
- An understanding of the processes and techniques required to assess, record and report students’ learning effectively
- Ability to be reflective and driven towards self-improvement
- Energy and enthusiasm
- A commitment to the ethos of the school
For more information about the school please visit the Twyford Trust and Ada Lovelace websites. For more information about the role please see the Job Description below.
William Perkin CE High School
William Perkin Church of England High School opened as a Free School in September 2013 with its first intake of Year 7 students, and now has seven year groups (7 - 13) totalling almost 1,400 students. The school is founded on the successful systems and approaches of Twyford CE High School, with the principle difference that it is a distinctively Christian school with open admission criteria. The school is rated ‘Outstanding’ in all areas by Ofsted (June 2015) and SIAMS (October 2016), and is oversubscribed on first choice applicants.
The Twyford Trust
The Twyford Trust was established in October 2011 to enable an existing School, Twyford CE High School, to build on its successes and look outward to the large number of parents who were eager to become part of its community. The Twyford Trust aims to deliver outstanding education in a comprehensive school setting, and embraces the Twyford School motto ‘Life in all its fullness’, encouraging students to use their individual gifts wisely and well. Supported by the London Diocesan Board for Schools (LDBS), the Trust is the overarching organisation which provides support for all Trust schools - the Trust comprises four schools in the London Borough of Ealing.
Applications must be submitted to Recruitment at Twyford School by the closing date and time above. They should be emailed to recruitment@twyford
The Twyford Trust 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 the child protection screening appropriate to the post, including an enhanced disclosure from the DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) and references from previous employers. For more information about the DBS please see https://www.gov.uk/disclosure-barring-service-checkalso be expected to read and adhere to the Trust’s Child Protection Policy, and any other Safeguarding documents stated within this.