TRADEWIND RECRUITMENT: Computing & Business Teacher

Staff at this school believe that educational achievement and a positive attitude to learning are keys to lifetime success.

At this School staff firmly believe that high achievement for each student is their shared responsibility. As a team of staff, they aim to ensure that everyone in the school can achieve to her or his full potential and, they hope, to discover new skills and talents too. Staff want the learners to be happy, confident and to have high aspirations for themselves. They want the young people to be able to play a full role in society as successful, fulfilled citizens.

Staff inspire students through a broad, challenging and stimulating curriculum. They extend students’ horizons and provide opportunities for students to learn and succeed within and beyond the classroom.

They build respect for hard work and achievement within an ordered, purposeful environment. All staff ensure that they identify and meet students’ individual needs to help students to become healthy, confident, enterprising, and resilient individuals.

Staff teach good behaviour, decency, and respect, and foster a school ethos that embraces diversity while challenging intolerant or anti-social attitudes.

The school leadership team listen to and incorporate the views of students, staff, parents and other partners in plans for improvement. At this school there is an enthusiastic and effective team of staff who work hard to help students learn and succeed.

All applicants should be confident teaching Computing and Business to KS3 and KS4 pupils.

To apply for this role please don’t hesitate to send your cv to [email protected]

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