We are seeking to appoint a Deputy of Faculty for our thriving Science faculty who can offer all sciences at KS3 and KS4 with effect from September 2015. This is an exceptional opportunity for an experienced and outstanding teacher to enhance the leadership of a strong and successful curriculum area. The person appointed will be expected to contribute at a high level to the continuous improvement of learning and teaching in Science. The second in faculty role includes a whole school brief as part of the Teaching and Learning group.
Oathall is an ambitious and forward thinking 11-16 community college with 1000 students. We are strategic partners in a local Teaching School Alliance. The school is ambitious and this is characterized by our high expectations and an absolute commitment to raising standards and achievement for all. We are committed to Continuing Professional Development through a strong training programme.
Science is an innovative and well resourced faculty that offers a wide range of learning opportunities. A high proportion of students continue their studies at A level.
Completed application forms should be returned as soon as possible together with a letter of application, no more than 2 sides of A4, but no later than Tuesday 5th May 2015. Applications will be considered as they are received. Interviews will take place on Friday 8th May 2015.
Letter from the Headteacher
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We are seeking to appoint a full-time Computing and ICT teacher at KS3 and KS4 with effect from September 2014 to join a strong and successful Art, Design and Technology faculty. We have a popular and established GCSE computing course. The ability to teach Electronics would also be an advantage.
Oathall is an ambitious and forward thinking 11-16 community college with 1000 students. We are a specialist Science and Visual Arts college and are strategic partners in a local Teaching School Alliance. We are an ambitious school and are characterised by our high expectations and an absolute commitment to raising standards and achievement for all. We are committed to Continuing Professional Development through a strong training programme.
Completed forms should be returned as soon as possible but no later than Monday 12th May 2014 to Sue Watkin, Personnel Officer.
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