Citizenship and Religious Studies Teacher, Croydon
Start Date: April 2022
Contract: Full time
Salary: MPS / UPS Outer London
T The school is situated in North Croydon, Outer London and is part of the Manor Trust, a small multi academy trust comprising Norbury High School and Kensington Avenue Primary school - the trust was formed in February 2019. Results in 2021 place the school in the top 10% schools in England for progress and the school was awarded Croydon Secondary School of the Year 2019. Based on the last published performance data (2019) the school is 3rd in the borough and achieved a progress score of +0.66 demonstrating students performed 'well above average' compared to other providers.
We are a fully inclusive school that is dedicated to both supporting and challenging all members of our diverse community and to develop the potential in all our students, no matter what their starting point.
We are seeking an experienced teacher of Citizenship and Religious Studies. The successful candidate should have excellent subject knowledge and a dynamic teaching style that engages students, they will work with the other members of the department to maintain a focus on progress, teaching and learning and raising achievement. It is also expected that they will enhance the extra-curricular activities offered.
The ability to teach A Level Law would be desirable.
Working with us:
We have a health cash plan with Simply Health, Bike2Work scheme and staff wellbeing programme which includes staff yoga and regular social activities.
NQT’s follow an established induction programme while more experienced staff are able to join our leadership training programmes. Many among our teaching staff enrol in our school-based MA programme run in conjunction with St Mary's University. The college is a member of PiXL.
Closing Date: Friday 21.01.22 9am
This position is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974
Equal Opportunities & Safeguarding
Norbury Manor is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our children and young people. As part of our safeguarding commitment, appointment to any post is subject to receipt of satisfactory references, medical clearance and a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check as well as evidence of the right to live and work in the United Kingdom.