13 Apr Teacher of History and Politics
Start date: September 2021
Contract type: Full time
Contract term: Permanent
Newham Collegiate Sixth Form Centre (the ‘NCS’) is a dedicated sixth form centre which opened in September 2014 in iconic Grade 2 listed buildings on the East Ham Town Hall Civic Complex. Our A Level results are outstanding with 95% A*/B and 100% A*/C. The centre provides a stimulating education and personalised curriculum within a supportive environment in which students are en¬couraged to stretch themselves academically to achieve their potential. The NCS offers an academic A Level Curriculum with a specialism in Sci¬ence and Maths, alongside strong pathways in Hu¬manities. The A Level Curriculum and the extra-curricular programme is focused on preparing students for progression to highly competitive universities in the UK and abroad.
The NCS is currently looking to appoint a knowledgeable teacher of History and Politics with the ability to deliver high quality lessons and achieve excellent results. We also welcome applications from NQTs. If you have a passion for History and Politics and want to share this with students who have a thirst for knowledge and the drive to succeed, then we would want to hear from you.
• Hold a relevant undergraduate degree.
• Share our vision that there is no ceiling to achievement and believe in the transformational nature of education.
• Have a passion to share your academic interests as part of our innovative super curriculum.
• Have the ability to draw upon your professional/educational background to demonstrate your ability to successfully teach History and Politics to A level standard or a strong desire to develop your skills and knowledge to do so.
The NCS is part of the City of London Academies Trust, a multi-academy trust with schools in North, East and South London. We are driven by a clear ambition to ensure that all schools are recognised as Outstanding within three years of joining us. We combine the heritage and tradition of the Corporation of London with a genuinely innovative, enterprising and entrepreneurial ethos. We’re also committed to providing first-rate training and development to all of our teaching staff, plus excellent career advancement opportunities within this evolving Trust.
If this role is of interest to you and you can contribute to our future success, an application pack is available on our websites www.cola.org.uk and www.thencs.co.uk Should you require any other details please contact us at email@example.com.
For further information please visit our websites www.thencs.co.uk and www.ncsteach.co.uk.
Candidates must complete the application form.
Closing date for applications is: TBC
Interviews will take place on or before: TBC
Applications should be submitted via the TES or NCS website application or sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org .
City of London Academies Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff to share this commitment and to undergo appropriate checks, including enhanced DBS checks and a willingness to demonstrate commitment to the standards which flows from City of London Academies Trust vision and values.
The role is covered by part 7 of the Immigration Act 2016 and therefore the ability to speak fluent spoken English is an essential requirement for this role.
City of London Academies Trust supports Equal Opportunities Employment.
City of London Academies Trust Company Registration No. 04504128.
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