We are looking for an enthusiastic part-time (0.6) teacher with excellent knowledge and relevant teaching qualification to teach English at all Key Stages.
Salary Type:: MPS/UPS
Salary details:: £25,714 - £41,604 pa (FTE)
Contract type:: Permanent
Hours: 0.6 contract
The Cottesloe School is a successful and oversubscribed Foundation secondary school with Sixth Form situated in the village of Wing in rural North Buckinghamshire, located conveniently for Milton Keynes, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire.
We are a forward looking school with a Headteacher who leads an experienced and stable senior leadership team who have a passion for creating an inclusive learning environment, which enables all students to meet high expectations.
Through our personalised CPD programme we offer first class commitment to developing individuals to reach their full potential. Emphasis on staff wellbeing is central to our culture and we provide a vibrant and caring working environment.
We can offer you an exciting opportunity to work in a welcoming and supportive environment for students and staff alike. Our students are courteous and have a high degree of respect for others. They are proud of their school and enjoy learning. Parents are positive about the behaviour of students and say they are managed well and staff are similarly positive (Ofsted July 2016).
About the role
To interact positively with students in a variety of settings, not least the classroom, in a way which safeguards them and brings out their best in terms of attitudes, behaviour and achievement in the subject concerned.
To be successful in this role the post holder will be required to:
1. Work within and actively promote, not least by one’s professional behaviour, school/ departmental policies and procedures.
2. Show respect for all members of the school community.
3. Regularly prepare lessons and keep a record of work covered.
4. Be committed to a high standard of classroom performance, in which students of different abilities experience a sense of challenge.
5. Ensure that literacy, numeracy and ICT are reflected in the learning experience of students.
6. Take responsibility for creating a learning environment in which students feel safe and happy.
More information in the Job Description attached.
The successful candidate will be an outstanding practitioner with a clear vision of how they can inspire students, raising their aspiration and achievement.
This is an ideal opportunity for an NQT to undertake their induction training in a school with a proven track record of providing excellent professional support for all staff, or for an experienced teacher looking for a new challenge and great CPD opportunities in a supportive school.
NQTs can be offered a permanent contract from 1 July 2021, subject to satisfactory completion of employment checks.
More information in the Person Specification attached.