Lead Teacher for Materials Technology
OverviewLead Teacher for Materials TechnologyGrade: MPR/UPS plus TLR3 (£1,500)Required for September 2017We require an enthusiastic, talented and inspirational teacher of Design & Technology with responsibility for Materials Technology who is committed to raising the expectations and achievements of our students.The successful candidate will be suitably qualified, will have a strong subject knowledge, and a passion for teaching Design and Technology.The ideal candidate will have experience of teaching across KS3, 4 & possibly 5, strong communication skills and will be able to inject their enthusiasm for Design and Technology not only within students they teach but across the whole of the department.This is an ideal opportunity for a candidate eager to join King’s Norton Boys’ School as it builds on its upward trajectory. Our GCSE results in 2016 were the best the school has ever achieved. We have high expectations to continue rapidly improving in order that all our students can achieve their aspirations and reach their full potential.Each and every staff member at our school are united in their focus on continuous improvement and we work collaboratively to support one another across the school as a whole. The culture that ‘we are all learners’ exists throughout the school.If you would like to visit the school then please contact Mrs Holland, Headteacher’s PA, on 0121 628 0010.For further information about the school and an application pack please visit our website.Kings Norton, Birmingham, B30 1DYTagged as: design & technology, lead teacher, materials technology, resistant materialsAbout Kings Norton Boys' SchoolThe agreed School Aims are set out below:
- To provide a centre of learning excellence for 11 - 19 year olds in the King's Norton area and beyond, catering for the educational, vocational, social and cultural needs of its students.
- To strengthen the relationship between the school, parents, and the wider community, including industry, commerce and the public services.
- To develop the school as a happy and safe community, exemplifying self-discipline, industry, co-operation, responsibility, compassion and courtesy, where all are treated as of equal worth regardless of status, gender, ethnic origin, creed or social class, and where special regard is paid to those with specific needs.
- to develop to the full their potential and to encourage the highest possible standards of personal achievement so that all may participate fully and happily in adult life.
- to encourage critical awareness and an ability to think for themselves.
- to encourage and develop a sense of self-respect leading to respect for and sensitivity towards the needs and feelings of others.
- to develop an understanding of the community and the world in which they are growing up, and of their responsibility for promoting a healthy, compassionate and caring society.
- to encourage individual initiative and enterprise.