English Teacher Job | September Start, Permanent Contract | £30,248 - £47,396
Location: London Borough of Newham
Start Date: September 2018
Salary: £30,248 - £47,396
Contract type: Full Time
Contract term: Permanent
Hays education are working in partnership with Stratford School Academy to appoint an enthusiastic and committed teacher to join our flourishing English Department. The successful candidate will be a dedicated teacher who will engage, enthuse and challenge students to achieve their best in English.
NQT's and qualified teachers are encouraged to apply
About the School
Between 2014 and 2016 Stratford School academy was rebuilt through the Government's Priority Building Programme. We now have two brand new buildings each for 750 pupils. In September 2015 we admitted our first 300 strong Year 7 cohort and we will grow to 1500 pupils by 2020. We have not gone for the usual Upper/Lower School split but instead operate two 'mini schools' educating pupils from Year 7 to 11. Our mini school in Upton lane incorporates a Resource Provision for up to twenty children with Autism; our mini school in Grosvenor Road will develop a complementary specialism in teaching pupils with Speech, language and Communication needs.
We are ambitious: we are expanding, have new buildings, have improved our teacher workforce both in terms of readiness and capacity, and the 'mini school' approach is innovative and we have Academy Sponsor status. We have asked ourselves what is an ambitious but achievable academic target that, if we can hit it, will let us say with confidence that we are providing our pupils with a top quality education. One simple answer would be to achieve a Progress 8 score of +0.5. We use this (and a couple of other targets) to drive all aspects of our work, to ask: what do we need to do over the next couple of years to get from where we are to P8 +0.5? In summer 2016 we achieved P8 +0.2 and we think +0.5 is well within our reach over the next couple of years.
We have a very clear approach to our work and focus our efforts on what educational research (as opposed to fashion) tells us will really make a difference to student outcomes. We are going about implementing this plan through extending systematic shared practice and developing teacher expertise through deliberate practice.
We try to look after our staff. We provide travel loans and run cycle to work, parking permit and childcare voucher schemes. All staff get priority admission to the school for their children. Teachers have lower than average teaching loads and we don't expect them to do cover - so you have time to do the job properly. Our school dinners are well worth eating and you get free coffee all day made by a qualified barista. Last but not least you get to work with very nice people and pupils.
If you think this might be the job for you then you should come in and meet us, see the buildings, hear more about what we do and how we do it. If you do want to visit please call Tom Green on . We know that it can be difficult to get out of school and so we can be flexible with times and dates.
How to Apply
To apply, please request an application from Tom Green at or call Tom on .
Your application is a direct permanent application to our school, Hays is the school recruitment partner for permanent vacancies
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