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Quality of Education - 'Outstanding' (Ofsted January 2020)
Sixth Form - 'Outstanding' (Ofsted January 2020)
Personal Development -'Outstanding' (Ofsted January 2020)
SCIENCE : Raising Achievement and Progress Co-ordinator Years 7-9.
MPR + TLR2c (Currently £3189)
Required : 1st September 2021
· Are you an inspiring teacher of science with high expectations of achievement for all?
· Do you have the creativity, experience and drive to become a successful middle leader in a forward thinking, successful science faculty?
Moulsham High School has an exceptional academic record. Leaders have a genuine commitment to the wellbeing and development of all staff. 'Behaviour is calm and the atmosphere is productive and positive, making it a nice place to be (Ofsted 2020).
The science faculty plays a significant part in the success of the school and the post of Years 7-9 Raising Achievement and Progress Coordinator will act as a superb platform for further promotion.
The successful candidate will be an experienced practitioner who is accountable for the standards reached by all students and the quality of teaching and learning across Years 7-9. You will also be expected to teach science up to and including G.C.S.E. A level teaching may also be available.
To arrange a visit to the school prior to application, please contact Kevin Adams (HR/Recruitment) using the details below.
Closing date: Monday 26th April 2021 at noon.
Application form and further details are available from the school and Bridge Academy Trust websites or from Kevin Adams, HR
e: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01245 504564
This Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The Bridge Academy Trust welcomes applications from those of all backgrounds, faiths and ethnic groups.
Information about the School
Moulsham High School has an excellent academic record, a genuine commitment to the welfare and development of staff, and high expectations of student behaviour. The school was inspected in October 2015 and was described as Good overall, with the potential to move to outstanding.