Teacher of Art
For those who want to combine quick access to London and Oxford with country living, North Oxfordshire Academy is the ideal location. We are situated in Banbury, a vibrant market town steeped in history which enjoys affordable rental and house prices.
The academy sits on a 48-acre site and offers great facilities including extensive playing fields, a national standard athletics track and a 50-place nursery to which teachers benefit from heavily subsidised places.
The academy offers excellent professional development opportunities and career progression. Teachers, NQTs, Support Staff and Schools Direct trainees all benefit from high-quality, supportive CPD. Our staff are optimistic, hardworking and great team players and new staff very quickly become part of the NOA family.
We would be delighted to welcome any prospective applicants to see for themselves how we work at North Oxfordshire Academy.
Teacher of Art
Location: Banbury, Oxfordshire
Salary: United Learning salary scale (above national scales)
Closing Date: Tuesday 27 March 2018
We are looking to recruit an Art Teacher to join the school from September 2018. You will be responsible for planning and delivering the highest-quality lessons and achieving excellent results for their students, instilling in them a love for the subject and a desire to learn. NQT's are welcome to apply.
- Plan, resource and deliver lessons to a high standard.
- Ensure that students make good progress.
- Provide a nurturing classroom environment that helps students to develop as learners
A well-qualified specialist, holding QTS (or equivalent) and a relevant undergraduate degree, you will have the ability to teach from KS3 to KS5. You will need to be a creative team member with presence and authority, who is able to deliver consistently good lessons. We will consider full and part-time candidates.
North Oxfordshire Academy is part of United Learning, a large, and growing, group of schools aiming to offer a life changing education to children and young people across England.
Our schools work as a team and achieve more by sharing than any single school could. Our subject specialists, our Group-wide intranet, our own curriculum and our online learning portal all help us share knowledge and resource, helping to simplify work processes and manage workloads for an improved work-life balance.
As a Group, we can reward our staff better: with good career opportunities, better pay, benefits, and ultimately, the satisfaction of helping children to succeed. We invest in our staff wellbeing. Our academies each have at least eight INSET days per year (with three of those solely dedicated to planning), and an ongoing group-wide wellbeing programme. It's an ethos we call ‘the best in everyone’.
For more information
For a confidential discussion about this role, please contact:
Emma Hunt, HR Officer: firstname.lastname@example.org,
01295 234 210