Teacher of Citizenship & PSHE (Permanent) - Cranbrook Education Campus

Whether you are an NQT or an experienced practitioner, if you are passionate about teaching Citizenship, PSHE, RS, and absolutely committed to helping your pupils achieve their full potential, Cranbrook Education Campus wants to hear from you.

We are looking to recruit a teaching professional to play an active role in our continued drive to create outstanding life chances for our students. In all our decisions, our students come first, whether that be planning for exciting knowledge-rich lessons, organising visits from speakers who will inspire our students and promote enthusiastic, informed dialogue, or expanding our range of extra-curricular activities to widen the cultural opportunities for all. A successful candidate will share these values and help to ensure that a student focussed approach is always at the forefront of our decision making.

We are committed to providing the very best environment for professional growth, believing that this is key to fostering an innovative and a progressive atmosphere. Each member of the department plays a part towards moving our vision forwards – with everyone having the opportunity to lead on some aspect of the curriculum or school life. As an evidence-informed school, we look to build all our staff whether they are an NQT, M2 Teacher or UPS teacher so expect innovative CPD, coaching as a right and a supportive environment.

Cranbrook Education Campus is part of the Ted Wragg Multi Academy Trust. The Trust is a values-driven, rapidly growing 2 – 16 Trust with a relentless focus on transforming lives through learning by delivering outstanding outcomes for every pupil, regardless of background. With a reputation for highly successful school improvement in very challenging circumstances, the Trust is passionate about driving up standards and raising the aspirations of all our pupils. By joining us to teach Citizenship & PSHE at Cranbrook Education Campus, you would be able to access cross Trust opportunities such as the Ted Wragg Leadership Development Programme, cross-department curriculum exchanges and thus, you would be able to develop your professional network and learn collaboratively.

Finally, we believe in being welcoming to all, students and practitioners alike and always value the opportunity to discuss the department and PSHE teaching with others. If you are interested in finding out more about the school, please visit our website at www.cranbrookeducationcampus.org.uk.

An application form and further details are available at www.cranbrookeducationcampus.org.uk, by telephoning 01404 823 293 or by emailing recruitment@cranbrookeducationcampus.org.uk

Please email your application (and only the Cranbrook Application) to recruitment@cranbrookeducationcampus.org.uk along with a 10 minute clip of the start of ANY lesson focused only on your teaching without ANY children in the footage – please check that this is in a format which we can easily play.

Closing date: Tuesday, 4th May 9am.

Interview date: Week commencing 10th May.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post requires an enhanced DBS disclosure