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We require a talented and committed Teacher of Art to facilitate and encourage a positive learning experience which provides our students with the opportunity to achieve their individual potential. The post holder will share and support the schools responsibility to provide and monitor opportunities for personal and academic growth.
Degree level qualification
Qualified Teacher Status
Art specialist with the knowledge and skills to teach fine Art and Ceramics at KS3 and potentially KS4. A Good classroom practitioner with the desire to make a difference to the learning of students and have an inclusive approach to education. A Team player who is prepared to share knowledge and skills with other staff. Be positive open and friendly.Have a positive approach to ICT
Opportunities for career progression/responsibility (TLR) for the right candidate both within the school and across Tove Learning Trust.
An opportunity to work in a school that is growing following the impressive Ofsted report in 2019. We are looking to appoint a Teacher...
To plan organise and manage a central calendar of events for the Teaching School Hub and associated Red Kite Learning Trust business strands including...
‘The inspirational headteacher’s vision and clear determination have been pivotal in improving the school. Leaders and staff are committed to the school’s continued improvement’...
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As a teacher, have you ever been challenged to bring fun,...