Lead Practitioner of English
LEAD PRACTITONER OF ENGLISH| RAPIDLY IMPROVING SCHOOL IN NEWHAM| SEPTEMBER START
A welcoming secondary school in the East London borough of Newham is keen to appoint a Lead Practitioner of English on a permanent basis from September. In order to apply for this Lead Practitioner of English role, you will need to be an experienced English Teacher with at least 2 years’ experience and a proven track record of delivering consistently 'outstanding’ lessons.
Are you the right person for this Lead Practitioner of English role? Is English a passion of yours?
POSITION: Lead Practitioner of English
SCHOOL: Mixed Comprehensive- 11-16 years - 61% A*-C grades GCSE’s in 2016
LOCATION: Inner London Borough of Newham
PERSON: Experienced English Teacher - Creative & dynamic or current Lead Practitioner
START DATE: September start - Permanent role
SALARY: £45,875 to £55,527 per annum
LEAD PRACTITIONER OF ENGLISH PERSON SPECIFICATION:
The ideal candidate will be an experienced English Teacher with a true passion for education and someone who is committed to making a difference to the lives of the children they teach. You must possess a proven track record of public examination success at GCSE level. Applications from candidates at a fairly early stage of their career who have exceptional subject knowledge (English), strong leadership potential and a clear understanding of how to enable all students to make outstanding progress in their learning.
LEAD PRACTITIONER OF ENGLISH JOB SPECIFICATION:
Your role as a Lead Practitioner of English will see you working across key stage 3 & 4. This is an excellent opportunity for career development. It provides the opportunity to lead certain aspects of learning within this highly successful department.
SCHOOL & TRAVEL INFORMATION:
The English department is very strong and staff by high quality staff from various backgrounds. Each member of staff is passionate about English and they work extremely hard to promote outstanding progress for all pupils. English results across Key Stage 4 have increased over the last couple of years. In 2016, 63% of pupils that took GCSE English achieved an A*-C grades. The school itself is located in an area which is easily accessible from many parts of London and Essex. The building is very well maintained, there is a large staff car park and bus links are great.
If you are a Lead Practitioner of English looking for a brand-new challenge from September, please contact Alison at Clarus Education today. One of the Clarus Education Team will be in touch within 48 hours if shortlisted.