32.5 hours per weekHeadteacher's Name: Dr. A.C. DickensonRequired from April 2017 (September start considered)The Chantry School is seeking an outstanding colleague to join them from the Summer term, April 2017, to teach in the Modern Foreign Languages Department. The Chantry School is based in rural West Worcestershire and is a high achieving, over-subscribed, academy of approximately 720 pupils rated outstanding by Ofsted. Our pupils are keen to learn and respond extremely well to high quality teaching. In 2016 80% of our pupils achieved 5A*C inc. English and Maths, and the Progress 8 score (0.32) places the school in the top 20% nationally.We require a colleague who:• Has exceptional drive and determination• Is committed to delivering consistently high quality lessons• Has a love of their subject and a passion to share their knowledge• Has a desire to be the best they can.In return we offer:• Pupils who are keen to learn and want to achieve the highest standards.• An investment in teaching and learning through a variety of CPD opportunities.• A welcoming, comfortable and well-resourced environment.• A school that is committed to trying to ensure a life/work balance.We welcome colleagues who are beginning their career or looking for their next step.The Chantry School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to Enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references.Closing date: Noon, Wednesday 1st February 2017Interviews Wednesday 8th February 2017Job Start Date: April 2017 (September start considered)
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