Drama Teacher, Permanent, Sutton, April / September 2017 Start

26139.00 - 36906.00 GBP Annual + GBP26139 - GBP36906/annum
09 Feb 2017
24 Feb 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Job Title - Drama Teacher

Job Location - Sutton

Job Salary - MPS

Job Start - September 2017

Are you an enthusiastic and energetic Teacher of Drama looking for the next or even the first challenge in your teaching career?

A large successful academy in Croydon for students aged 11-18 years old is looking for a Drama teacher to start as soon as possible.

I am looking for a drama teacher who is committed and value the achievements of all. The school is focused on delivering fantastic outcomes for the students they serve. It is evident there is a tangible sense of belonging to a community where diversity is celebrated and every individual is valued. NQTs are therefore encouraged to apply. The staff at the school are constantly driving up standards and can provide the kind of support necessary to make you an outstanding teacher at the end of your induction.

You will be joining a well-established and supportive team to teach drama from KS3 to KS5 (experience of this is essential) and will need to use your outstanding subject knowledge to deliver lessons that challenge and engage students. A detailed understanding of strengths and weaknesses in students' learning is essential to tackle gaps in understanding and build on prior attainment.

On their most recent Ofsted inspection the school was rated "Good". They celebrated outstanding A level results and GCSE results in 2016. GCSE students achieve a third of a grade better than those nationally of similar ability. At A-Level 92% of their students achieved A Levels A* - E.

The school is part of a trust which is committed to raising standards for all pupils and set high expectations on both students and staff and encourage parent involvement to support all students.

The successful candidate will need to:

* Be aware of a variety of specifications and exam boards as well as be up to date on current changes
* Have an up to date class room practice and pedagogy and considers themselves to be a strong Drama practitioner
* Understand how to use data to inform planning and teaching as well as differentiate work for all learner profiles.
* Be committed to running extra-curricular activities such as clubs and rehearsals

The school will offer:

* Continued Professional and Personal Development Opportunities
* Enthusiastic children who are keen to learn
* A dedicated, motivated and welcoming staff and school community
* An extensive learning environment in which to teach

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of young people. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced criminal records check (DBS). For more information please contact Claire Hobbs at Capita Education Resourcing on (Apply online only) or e-mail your CV

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