Teacher of History

17 March 2019
Teaching in Academies, Teaching in Schools - Secondary
Full Time
National Church of England Academy, Annesley Road, Hucknall, Nottingham NG15 7DB
MPS dependent on experience

The National Church of England Academy are looking to appoint a teacher of History to join a highly successful and innovative Humanities Faculty.  This post is for September 2019 and is open to newly-qualified or experienced teachers. 

History is a high profile, popular choice with our students and forms part of our innovative Humanities faculty. We have a strong team of teaching staff including a Lead Practitioner for History, and benefit from collaboration with other schools within our academy partnership. We deliver history across all of the key stages including Key Stage 5.  

The successful candidate will show commitment to the progress of the students with a desire to deliver excellent quality teaching and learning.  Flexible working options will be considered where possible.  

In return the successful candidate will be offered the following career and development opportunities:

  • A thorough package of induction and support;
  • Excellent CPD provision within the Academy;
  • Exciting and innovative learning and teaching initiatives;
  • Openings within the Academy to take on projects or to shadow for leadership development;
  • Opportunities for networking across the Diverse Academies Learning Partnership in which we take a leading role;
  • A staff well-being package. 

We are particularly proud of our career development pathways and can guarantee that opportunities for further career enhancement will be found for a suitable applicant. 

Please contact the Head of Faculty, Mike Jones - mjones@nationalce-ac.org.uk -  to arrange a visit or a further discussion. 

Our Academy is at an exciting point in its development and a successful candidate would join us to contribute to this future expansion and success. The ethos of the Academy is reflected in the supportive working relationships of our staff and attitudes to learning among students, who are positive and show aspiration. 

The Diverse Academies and its Governors are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people in their care and expects everybody working for the organisation to share this commitment.  To this end we actively seek DBS enhanced clearance checks for everybody that is employed by us.   

Link to apply: https://dalp.careers.eteach.com/o/teacher-of-history-hucknall

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