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Assistant Subject Leader English

Salary – Main scale + TLR2a

 

Do you have what it takes to make a difference to the life chances of all young people?  Do you want to be instrumental in shaping and crafting the development and improvement of a whole community?

Can you work under pressure, within a strong team towards challenging goals?

Can you bring leadership that culminates in the feeling of pride and accomplishment for all through success; striving and achieving excellence?

 

If this appeals to you, we want to appoint an Assistant Subject Leader for English.

The right person will:

  • support and drive our agenda of outstanding performance in English;
  • support our mission that every young person is supported and challenged to reach their potential and achieve their dreams.

 

The right person will have the ability to or will demonstrate the potential to:

  • embody our mission – Chaucer School: ‘learning together and achieving together”;
  • vision and action to clear success criteria;
  • deliver, sustain and evaluate the best outcomes for all our young people.


Applications and Support Documents available on this page.

For further information please contact the Headteacher’s PA Katie Mellors – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Closing date for application: Monday 15 October 2018 at 9.00am

Shortlisting: Monday 15 October 2018

Interviews: Thursday 18 October 2018

Start date: Tuesday 1 January 2019

 


 
Teacher of Geography

Temporary for 1 term in the first instance (January to Easter)

Salary – Main scale

 
Do you have what it takes to make a difference to the life chances of all young people?  Do you want to be instrumental in shaping and crafting the development and improvement of a whole community?

Can you work under pressure, within a strong team towards challenging goals?

Can you support students in the feeling of pride and accomplishment through success in encouraging them to strive and achieve excellence?

 

If this appeals to you, you should apply to be a teacher of Geography; the right person to:
 
  • Support and drive our agenda of outstanding performance in Geography
  • Support our mission that every young person is supported and challenged to reach their potential and achieve their dreams

The right person will have the ability to or will demonstrate the potential to 

  • Embody our mission – Chaucer School: ‘learning together and achieving together”
  • Deliver outstanding lessons
  • Deliver and sustain the best outcomes for all our young people

Applications and Support Documents available on this page.

For further information please contact the Headteacher’s PA Katie Mellors – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Closing date for applications: 9.00am on Monday 15 October 2018

Shortlisting: Monday 15 October 2018

Interviews: Friday 19 October 2018

Start date: 1 January 2019

 
 
 

 

Tapton School Academy Trust - http://www.taptontrust.org.uk

Tapton School Academy Trust (TSAT) was formed in April 2012 by Tapton School, an outstanding 11 to 18 school in the South West of Sheffield. The Trust was immediately asked to support and sponsor Chaucer School, an 11 to 16 school in the north of the city which converted to academy status from September 2012. Another ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted judgement for Tapton in 2013 gave the Trust the opportunity to grow and we currently stand at eight schools – 3 secondary and five primary: Tapton, Chaucer and Forge Valley are our Secondaries and our Primaries are Southey Green, Meynell, Hillsborough, Wisewood and Hallam.

They are all linked in a shared endeavour – our mission is to provide an outstanding education to all our students 0 – 19. We are passionate that all our young people should see their time at school as safe, happy and fulfilling.

Our approach is founded on deeply effective partnership working – inextricably joining our schools, students, parents and their communities.

Our provision for students and parents

All Tapton School Academy Trust Schools will offer:

  • A genuine inclusive approach which ensures the best possible attainment, progress and achievement for every student.
  • A broad and balanced, enriched curriculum which is delivered by consistently high quality teaching.
  • Safe and harmonious learning environments where behaviour is well managed, learning is uninterrupted and moral values are fostered.
  • Our learners develop resilience and self-reliance which offers them the skills to successfully meet the challenges and opportunities they will encounter in our rapidly changing world.
  • Investment in the professional development of our staff at all stages in the Trust.
  • Leadership will be secured which is able, proactive and focused on success for each school, our students and the wider community.

Partnerships
TSAT is founded on strong local partnerships, we only work within the Sheffield group of schools and are convinced that cross phase working is the very best way to secure our aims. Every Academy is non selective and our admissions are co-ordinated by Sheffield Local Authority. We work very closely with DfE, LA and the family of Sheffield Schools in order to plan strategically for our shared improvement agenda. All of our schools are founding members of Learn Sheffield, a new company operated to bring about a rapid improvement in all settings.

Employment 
Tapton School Academy Trust seeks to appoint outstanding practitioners to work within our secondary provision and to support our mission of outstanding education for all students. Successful candidates would be recruited to Chaucer School within the Trust and their initial deployment would be within the school supporting their drive towards good and then outstanding. Opportunities exist and are growing, to work across the secondary sector of the Trust.

Interested applicants should read the applicant packs and complete the application form and return as directed direct to Chaucer School.