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Head of Year 12 – Teacher of Science or Law/Criminology or Computing/Business

Teachers Main Scale/Upper Pay Scale

(£31,350.00 - £47,839.00 per annum)

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TLR1A

(£9,272.00 per annum)

FTE: 100%

Monday - Friday

Full-time

St Clere’s Secondary School
Butts Lane, Stanford-le-Hope, EssexSS17 0NWEssex
St Clere’s Secondary School

It is an exciting time to join the team at St Clere’s Secondary School! As a result of the expansion of St Clere’s sixth form we are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and experienced Head of Year 12 to join us in September 2024. We would also consider early start dates to help prepare for increasing student numbers. As Head of Year 12, the successful candidate will provide pastoral care combined with academic support to enable students to achieve their potential. The successful candidate will have excellent subject knowledge and will join a highly motivated team of superbly collaborative teachers committed to a creative and stimulating approach to teaching and learning, and to instilling a passion in our students. The successful candidate will hold QTS.

The opening of our brand new sixth form at St Clere’s School in 2023 was a very exciting opportunity for new staff, and young people in the local area. We are incredibly lucky to have highly skilled and collaborative teachers who have experience in teaching post 16 at St Clere’s and we welcome the opportunity for new members of staff to join our pre-existing team. As the sixth form expands and we welcome a second cohort of students in 2024, we are looking for people to join us who are equally excited about the journey we are on.

The successful candidate should be able to deliver one of the following subjects:

  • Science
  • Law/Criminology
  • Computing
  • Business Studies

St Clere’s School is a high achieving, oversubscribed school with a “Good” Ofsted rating and consistently high student outcomes, demand for places is increasing year on year. We are a popular choice for families because our students succeed in many ways and are taught by staff who teach with great energy and expertise in an environment that has great facilities.

We are very proud of how we value and look after our staff. The school is a part of Osborne Co-operative Academy, where staff wellbeing is a priority. Osborne Co-operative Academy Trust promotes staff wellbeing

and progression throughout the trust. One of our former ECT’s at St Clere’s is now Headteacher after progressing his career throughout the trust.

‘Persequi Optima’ (the pursuit of excellence) is our school motto and our mission is to provide a high-quality, comprehensive and meaningful education for all learners. We do this by providing an engaging curriculum in a safe and inspirational environment where high standards and expectations encourage success. We aim to empower our learners so they can apply their acquired skills or knowledge and confidently express themselves throughout their lives and future careers. Our high standards are achieved through effective leadership, outstanding teaching and committed stakeholder engagement from the Trust, Governance and community.

St Clere’s School is a member of Osborne Co-operative Academy Trust a Multi-Academy Trust, with twelve member schools within Essex. All schools in the Trust work in equal partnership and are members of the schools’ Co-operative Society. Our Co-operative Values focus on enabling all students to achieve their potential both academically and as young people.

In return for your hard work you will receive:

  • Relocation package of up to £8,000 for new employees renting or buying a property
  • Support from highly experienced SLT members, and the wider trust network and collaboration with our other schools 
  • Support network for all staff including managing workloads and work-life balance  
  • Career progression throughout the Trust, with the ability to progress in other schools 
  • Recognition of continuous service  
  • Excellent CPD opportunities through the school and the trust  
  • Fully Subsided Employee Assistance Programme   
  • Excellent behaviour management policy to support all staff 
  • National Conditions of Service 
  • Automatic enrolment into the National Teachers Pension Scheme

Person Specification Requirements

Qualifications

Essential

  • Graduate
  • Qualified Teacher Status
  • English and Maths GCSE
  • Evidence of continuing approved professional development

Desirable

  • Further or higher Degree

Experience

Essential

  • Experience across the Secondary School age range, including KS5
  • Proven record of successful classroom teaching

Desirable

  • Experience in Secondary School

Professional Competence – Excellent Teaching Practitioner

Essential

  • Ability to use ICT and understand computer software packages
  • Ability to motivate students at all levels
  • A thorough understanding of the requirements of the curriculum and the range of teaching and learning strategies necessary to motivate pupils to achieve their potential

Desirable

  • High-level ICT expertise
  • Innovative, imaginative and flexible classroom style which pushes the boundaries
  • Ability to teach in a second area

Personal Qualities – Excellent communicator

Essential

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to recognise and utilise staff strengths
  • Ability to work as part of a high-performing team
  • Ability to inspire children and the capacity to see each as an individual in their own right

Desirable

  • Aspirations to further promote
  • Visionary

Start date

1st September 2024

Read the full job description
Posted on: 8 March 2024

Application Closing date

Monday, 15 April 2024 12:00 pm

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To apply, please use the application form link above or request a form by emailing us at hr@osborne.coop or calling 01375 648901.


Please note: we may hold interviews as and when applications are received, and we reserve the right to offer to a candidate prior to the closing date. With this in mind, we encourage you to apply as soon as possible.


Osborne Co-operative Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. This post will be subject to an enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.