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Quality of Education - Outstanding (Ofsted 2020)
Sixth Form - Outstanding (Ofsted 2020)
Personal Development - Outstanding (Ofsted 2020)
.SUBJECT LEADER FOR PHILOSOPHY,
RELIGION and ETHICS/CITIZENSHIP
MPR + TLR 2B (£5102)
REQUIRED 1st January 2022
Are you an inspirational religious studies specialist who is committed to high achievement for all?
Are you looking for an opportunity to take on a middle management role which will prepare you for further promotion?
Would you like to be part of a creative and forward looking Philosophy, Religion and Ethics/Citizenship faculty with a track record of outstanding teaching and learning?
We are looking for an outstanding religious studies specialist with a commitment to continuing professional development to join our Philosophy, Religion and Ethics/Citizenship faculty as Subject Leader. This role involves having accountability for outcomes, provision and the quality of teaching and learning in religious studies and citizenship at KS3 and is overseen by the Head of Faculty.
The successful candidate would be required to teach religious studies up to and including A Level and, possibly, some KS3 Citizenship.
The faculty has a strong team ethos and is well resourced and highly organised. Staff are based in rooms adjacent to each other in the Old School Quad, each one having an interactive whiteboard and projector.
Visits to the school prior to application are welcome. Please contact Kevin Adams using the details below to arrange this.
Closing date: Monday, 4th October 2021 at 9am.
Application form and further details are available from the Moulsham High School and Bridge Academy Trust's websites or from
Kevin Adams (Recruitment) at the school t: 01245 504564 e:mail firstname.lastname@example.org
This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
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.