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Head of Business Studies

THOMAS ALLEYNE’S HIGH

SCHOOL

Uttoxeter

Part of Uttoxeter Learning Trust

Head of Business Studies. Full Time, permanent (part time applications at 0.8 welcome to apply.)

TLR 2.5 £4,531 (Full time amount) or 0.8 pro rata

Required from September 2019

An opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and outstanding Teacher of Business Studies to lead the Department. The successful candidate will have a passion and firm commitment to recruiting students to GCSE and A Level Business Studies. In addition, this candidate will make a significant contribution to whole-school achievement; have a professional approach to staff development; high expectations; and a determination to succeed. 

Thomas Alleyne’s High School is a 13 – 18 school at the heart of its community, which provides a broad and balanced curriculum for students.  We are committed to ensuring that every child has access to an outstanding education. Our successful track record of ensuring students make excellent progress has ensured improved outcomes for young people.

As a National Teaching School, we are passionate about staff development and are looking to develop future leaders, and have a proven track record of appointments to leadership positions.  We offer a comprehensive CPD programme to develop teaching practice as well as supporting emerging leaders, both through internal development and the NPQ programmes. 

There is some flexibility to negotiate a 0.8 contract for suitable candidates.

 

For more information and an application pack see the attached documents or

Visit our website: www.thomasalleynes.uk or WMJobs or SOTCC jobs

Telephone: 01889 561820

e-mail: personnel@tahs.org.uk

Closing Date: 9.00am on Wednesday 8th May 2019

Interviews will be held on: Wednesday 15th May 2019

Please email applications to personnel@tahs.org.uk

Uttoxeter Learning Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all our students and all posts are subject to enhanced DBS with children’s barred list checks and the completion of safeguarding training.