TEACHER OF IT
Required for September 2020, or earlier
We wish to appoint a well–qualified, energetic and enthusiastic teacher to join the forward-thinking IT department.
We are committed to achieving the highest possible standards for our students. We strive to prepare them for all of the STEM opportunities that will be open to them in their future lives.
In KS4, we offer two courses chosen to meet the needs of our pupils; OCR Computer Science and OCR Cambridge National Creative iMedia. Computer Science (OCR) is also offered at Post-16 and teaching is shared with Wellsway School and IKB School (part of the Wellsway MAT). Alternatively, we also offer level 2 courses at Post-16 and deliver OCR CTEC ICT Level 2. In KS3, we cover a range of both ICT and Computer Science topics. In year 9, the cohort is split into specialist routes to help pupils become aware of the GCSE routes offered.
Applications are invited from a teacher who has a passion for IT as well as a commitment to classroom teaching of the highest possible standard.
At SBL Academy we are fortunate to have extensive access to up-to-date ICT facilities.
The successful candidate will:
- Have excellent qualifications and subject knowledge
- Have a natural passion and enthusiasm for IT
- Encourage, motivate and inspire students
- Have good organisational and communication skills
- Be an excellent classroom practitioner
Further details are available on the school website.
Closing Date: Midnight on Sunday, 8th March, 2020
Wellsway Multi Academy Trust is a growing group of schools in East Bristol and Bath.
Wellsway Multi Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Your suitability to work with children and young people will form part of the selection process. For this post, prior to appointment Wellsway Multi Academy Trust will apply for a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring check, a Children’s Barred list check, two satisfactory references, satisfactory pre-employment health screening and for Teachers, a Prohibition Check in relation to the children’s workforce. In some settings a Declaration will be required in order to meet our obligations under the ‘Disqualification under the Childcare Act 2006.
Sir Bernard Lovell Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.