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The Gateway Academy is the secondary provision within the Gateway Learning Community [GLC] which is a partnership between one secondary and four primary Academies located within Tilbury and Chadwell in the borough of Thurrock to the east of London.
We are a vibrant, innovative and highly successful organisation: the place of choice to work and learn.Across the 5 Academies of the GLC, we pledge that everyone enjoys an equality of opportunity. We work tirelessly to ensure that individual different characteristics including age, ethnicity, socio-economic background, academic ability, disability, gender, religious beliefs, sexual orientation are not discriminated against in any way. We create environments characterised by mutual respect where difference is celebrated and where individual differences do not act as a barrier to success.
Our staff retention rate at the Gateway Academy is currently above 90% and staff attendance is extremely high at over 96%. Our wellbeing programme for staff is held in very high regard and our teacher CPD programme is extremely successful with all staff expected to constantly 'improve upon their best'.
The Gateway Academy is seeking to appoint dynamic and motivated Teacher of Drama to work at our academy, where there are good opportunities for career advancement. If you are creative and enthusiastic Teacher of Drama who can develop student's imagination, commitment, creative thinking and self-discipline, this is the ideal role for you.
The successful candidate
• Will be an excellent, enthusiastic and experienced classroom practitioner with the ability to teach across GCSE Drama and BTEC Acting courses
• Have the ability to motivate pupils to achieve outcomes
• Have the ability to enthuse and inspire students with a love of drama
• Be able to inspire students to learn and achieve and have a strong commitment to the highest of standards.
• Be keen to drive the development of related extra-curricular activities and partnerships.
• Enjoy working in a challenging but highly rewarding environment
The Gateway Academy is a friendly school that values teamwork and high achievement in all areas of our work with young people. The successful candidate will join a dynamic, innovative, well-resourced and supportive faculty.
If you would like further information, to arrange a visit or to request an application pack, we would love to hear from you. Pleasereturn completed applications toKatie.Creighton@theglc.org.ukor visit our website atwww.theglc.org.uk.
Closing date for applications:17thMay 2022
Interviews to be held: 24thMay 2022
What we can offer you:
Research-driven professional development
Support with professional qualifications
Support from local and national leaders of education
Opportunities to get involved across the Trust, working with our GLC primary schools
Benefits for teachers working within the Gateway Academy:
Over 90% staff retention
£1,000 Golden Hello for successful candidates (teachers paid on Main Scale 1-6 only) applying directly to the GLC only after a qualifying period of six months.
State of the art facilities and resources
Two-week October Half Term
My Day (1 additional day off in the academic year)
Long Service Policy which rewards 5 10 15 20 25 and 30 years' service
Visit our teacher development site for more information on teaching and working for the GLCwww.glcteaching.co.uk
The Gateway Learning Community is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment. Following safer recruitment procedures, the appointment will be subject to satisfactory references, medical clearance and enhanced DBS disclosure
Information about the School
The Gateway Academy is part of the larger Gateway Learning Community (GLC): a partnership of local primary and secondary schools committed to working together to achieve the highest educational standards for the whole community and is a friendly school that values teamwork and high achievement in all areas of our work with young people.