• Are you passionate about teaching Religious Studies?
• Do you want to inspire the next generation?
• Have you got the drive and determination to contribute to a dedicated and supportive faculty?
• Can you make a difference to the learning of young people at our excellent college?
• Do you want to develop your professional career by leading on cutting edge research so that you can be the best possible Religious Studies teacher?
If you have answered yes to the above, we are the college for you.
We are delighted to offer the opportunity for a talented and inspirational Teacher of Religious Studies to join our outstanding team from September 2020. Beauchamp College is an outstanding secondary school based in south Leicestershire delivering KS3, 4 and 5.
The department consists of 4 subject specialists and is very well resourced across all three key stages. We enjoy excellent examination success at both GCSE and A Level. We are currently seeking a passionate and dedicated teacher to contribute to this growing, high performing department. NQT’s are welcome to apply.
To join our team in September 2020 we are seeking a diligent and committed professional, who can deliver consistently high quality lessons for our students. A natural team player, we are looking for a teacher who can integrate themselves well into a successful team. We are seeking to appoint an exceptional colleague with strong knowledge and passion for Religious Studies and who is committed to improving achievement.
Religious Studies is a popular choice for students at Beauchamp and popularity for the courses offered is growing. We are proud of our track record and this year’s students achieved another set of outstanding GCSE and A ‘level results. This is accomplished through a collegiate approach, a desire for self-improvement, a good sense of humour and an attitude that is unafraid of change.
This post is eligible for a DBS check under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (i.e. it involves certain activities in relation to children and/or adults) and is defined as regulated activity under Part 1 of the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006.
This post is designated as a regulated activity and requires enhanced criminal records check for a regulated activity (including a barred list check)