Published
May 31, 2022
Location
Category
Job Type
Short Summary
The role of Teacher of Business and Economics offers the opportunity to join a dynamic and innovative department focused on delivering excellent lessons.
Salary
Fringe Pay Scale (minimum £26,948)
Working Pattern
Full time, permanent • to start 01 September 2022.
Closing Date
July 06, 2022

Description

The role of Teacher of Business and Economics offers the opportunity to join a dynamic and innovative department focused on delivering excellent lessons for all students we serve helping them to achieve excellent results and progress.

The successful candidate will have the opportunity teach Economics A-level and GCSE Business Studies. The department also teaches the Level 3 BTEC Extended Diploma in Business. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a highly motivated learning community where we have a deep rooted belief in professional development, in exchange for hard work and a commitment to the school, we will ensure that you are prepared for the next stage in your teaching career.

At St. Joseph’s we challenge our teachers to, ‘love the children, and to let them know that they are loved,’ through everything we do with our students to ‘Unlock the Belief’ in themselves and others.

To support teachers in this mission we support teachers by:

  • We have a behaviour system that lets teachers teach.
  • We treat teachers like surgeons with weekly CPD and training.
  • We have small class sizes and give teachers time to prepare.
  • All teachers are included in our reading and electives programme.
  • We work hard for the children and we care for each other like a family.

Recently designated “Outstanding” (Section 48) in November 2018 St Joseph’s is a school where “pupils make outstanding progress. St Joseph’s is well known for being a great school to teach in, where the students are highly aspirational”. We were judged “Good” by Ofsted in January 2016 and in a further short inspection in December 2018 where consequently we’re expecting a further full inspection to assess our suitability for ‘Outstanding’. In 2016 the school was described as having a “deep seated conviction and moral purpose that all pupils have the right to an excellent education which drives a very positive culture in the school”. Our recent progress 8 score from 2018 to 2021 has been +0.58, +0.43, 0.66 and +0.56 (on FFT) which places us regularly in the top 10% of schools nationally. We believe in professional development; In exchange for hard work and a commitment to the school, we will ensure that you are prepared for the next stage in your teaching career.

All members of staff will require an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check and this is a condition of employment at the school.

Please download an application pack from our website or telephone the school for more information.

You are welcome and encouraged to contact us for a visit and school tour.
Tel: 01753 524713 or email.

Closing date: 12:00 midday, Wednesday 06 July 2022

Interview date: to be advised 

The school is committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of the children. The school complies with the DBS Code of Practice in regard to criminal record information, and will not discriminate unfairly against any applicant on the basis of a conviction or other information revealed. A copy of the school’s child protection policy is available on request.

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