Faculty Director for Humanities

MPS/UPS (£25,714 – £41,604) + TLR1c From January 2023, we wish to appoint an experienced History Teacher to become our Director of Faculty for Humanities.  As Director of Faculty you will be responsible for the operational delivery of the strategic plan within the faculty and will ensure a quality provision and a suitable curriculum development […]

MPS/UPS (£25,714 – £41,604) + TLR1c

From January 2023, we wish to appoint an experienced History Teacher to become our Director of Faculty for Humanities.  As Director of Faculty you will be responsible for the operational delivery of the strategic plan within the faculty and will ensure a quality provision and a suitable curriculum development to aid the learner experience.  You will need to develop a strong identity and purpose within the faculty that will both appeal strongly to learners and will motivate staff so that the highest standards are attained.

We are an ambitious and friendly 11-16 Academy situated in a very pleasant area on the borders of North Lincolnshire and Lincolnshire.  NOR:  557.

As a school we have a new and ambitious Senior Leadership team that is fully committed to raising standards and promoting a lifelong love of learning.  We want to create excellent citizens in an atmosphere of warmth and compassion, where no child is left behind.  The Humanities curriculum is a vital way of creating these well-rounded and knowledgeable young people.

We are committed to ensuring that all that we do impacts positively on our pupils’ experiences and are dedicated to ensuring that all pupils reach their potential and leave us with not only their personal best in terms of academic results but also fully equipped to lead full and happy lives.

The Faculty Director of Humanities has the full support of the Senior Leadership Team in its pursuit of excellence.

The successful candidate will:

  • Be an outstanding classroom practitioner (QTS status)
  • Have a passion for leading learning
  • Have proven experience of maximising student outcomes at all levels
  • Seek out and develop exciting and stimulating resources
  • Be a strategic thinker with clear views on the direction and development of science.
  • Have excellent ICT skills
  • Play an active part a in whole school development

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and all staff and volunteers must share this commitment. A Disclosure Barring Service (Enhanced DBS) check will be carried out for successful applicants for posts that involve contact with children and/or vulnerable adults and are considered to be ‘exempt’ under the rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975.

The information obtained will be kept strictly confidential in accordance with the code of practice issued by the DBS.

For more information about this role, and to apply, please click here

For an informal chat about the position, please contact Mrs n Bibby, Headteacher at nbibby@huntcliffschool.co.uk. Tel: 01652 648 276

Closing Date:    Tuesday 27th September 2022 at 12 noon          

Completed application forms should be returned to Mrs M Tomlinson, Headteacher’s PA at mtomlinson@huntcliffschool.co.uk.

Please note, we do not accept CV’s as applications.  All applications submitted must be on the Huntcliff School application form attached with this advert.

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