KS4 Coordinator for English
HIGHAMS PARK SCHOOL
Handsworth Avenue, Highams Park, E4 9PJ
KS4 Coordinator for English
September 2024 Start
Salary: Outer London MPS/UPS - £34,514 – £51,179) – TLR2B £5,345
We are seeking to appoint an inspirational, innovative and experienced English teacher to join a large and enthusiastic department who are motivated by a desire to share our love of both the English language and its literature. This is also a post of responsibility as KS4 coordinator requiring you to develop and support the delivery, progress and attainment of the KS4 English Curriculum.
We currently teach GCSE AQA English Language and AQA English Literature. We also teach AQA English Language and Eduqas English Literature. The successful candidate will be required to teach all key stages.
The English Department at Highams Park School is passionate about developing independent, critical thinkers who feel they have been given the power to question the world in which they live. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a friendly and well-qualified department who are keen to share and develop good practice. The successful candidate should be a creative and ambitious professional, ready to take on a role helping to lead one of the largest departments in a successful and wellrespected school with a large sixth form.
Highams Park School is a highly successful and heavily oversubscribed local 11-18 comprehensive with approximately 1600 students on roll including approximately 350 in the 6th Form. In the most recent OFSTED inspection report the school was judged to be good and excellent results are achieved at GCSE and A-level. The school has an excellent reputation in the local area. The school is a converter Academy.
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Deadline: Midday Monday 19th February 2024.
Interviews are scheduled to take place as soon as possible after this date.
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