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We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as an Exams Officer and Data Manager at The King’s School. This is a key role within the school which compromises of two roles which are closely linked.
We require a well qualified and experienced teacher of Philosophy and Theology for September 2020 to teach to GCSE and A level in this very successful department. The post (0.6 FTE) will be to cover a period of maternity leave.
The successful applicant will have the following attributes:
PT is a subject which is held in high regard by students at King’s with GCSE (RS – AQA) and A Level (RS – OCR; Philosophy – AQA) pupils consistently achieving great success in public examinations.
At its heart, the department aims to excite pupils to engage with ideas, to understand themselves as complex beings that require stimulus that extends beyond the physical and to see genuine intellectual value in the disciplines of Philosophy and Theology. Considerable emphasis is placed on what goes on in the classroom with excellence in teaching and learning being a priority. The department’s profile is further enhanced by extra-curricular discussion groups which are run at all Key Stages.
If you have the attributes and experience for this rewarding position, we would like to hear from you.
We require a well-qualified, talented and energetic teacher of Modern Languages for September 2020 to teach to GCSE and A level in this very successful department. The person appointed will be able to teach French to A level and be able to teach German or Spanish to GCSE or A level.
NQTs, recent graduates or experienced teachers are equally welcome to apply.
The successful applicant(s) will have the following attributes:
The successful applicant will be expected to contribute to all other duties normally shared by members of the department, such as marking, writing reports, setting work in case of absence, attending departmental meetings and appropriate administrative tasks.
All members of the teaching staff (with the exception of NQTs) are expected to take on duties as a Form Tutor.
We are incredibly proud of how our pupils and staff have come to together to face the huge challenges of the past few months.
As a school, we are thankful for the dedication of all key workers, including many of our own parents. #StayHomeSaveLives
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