Location: Bradford, Yorkshire and the Humber
Specialism: Education
Sub specialism: Secondary
Job type: Permanent
Salary: TLR
Reference Number: CJ193523
contact: Charlotte Cowan, Randstad Education
Phone: 0113 246 2500

Job starts April 2018 or sooner if possible

Randstad Education is recruiting for a teacher of humanities to work in a an outstanding school near central Bradford.

We are offering:

A committed staff team
Opportunities for innovative ways of working
An opportunity to build and further develop good practice
High quality professional development opportunities
Potential to work across the Trust
High standards of achievement, friendly supportive community environment
Excellent ICT facilities
New purpose built – well-resourced accommodation
Nursery provision catering for 0 – 5 year olds, offering discounted rates for staff
Support to develop the Islamic ethos
We are:

‘An Outstanding School’ OFSTED
A Designated Teaching School and Multi Academy Trust
Consistently ranked as one of the best schools in the Country for Value Added
An innovative and reflective school
You should have:

A commitment to support the Islamic Ethos
A passion for students learning
A proven track record in delivering high quality teaching and learning in History/Geography/Citizenship and PSHE
The ability to enthuse, motivate and engage students
Informal visits to the College are warmly welcomed. We positively welcome applicants from all faiths.

Due to the nature of the post, applications from women only can be accepted as this is an occupational requirement and as such is provided for under Section 1, Part 1 of Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010.

The College is a smaller than average voluntary aided faith school for Muslim girls. It attracts students from 31 primary schools across Bradford with the vast majority of students coming from socially and economically disadvantaged areas. The school has a higher number of students eligible for free school meals than is the average. All the students are from minority ethnic backgrounds and 99.7% do not speak English as their first language. The proportion of students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is average. The school was awarded specialist status for science in September 2007.

The College was established in 1984 as an Independent Muslim girl’s school with approximately 24 pupils on roll. In 2001 the school joined the state sector as a voluntary aided school before converting to Academy status in 2011. The school now has a PAN of 120 in all year groups and will have an expected 840 on roll by 2016 (including sixth form).
It has consistently ranked in the first percentile in the country for value added. In 2012 they opened First Steps Nursery, rated outstanding by Ofsted in the same year. The nursery now has more than a hundred 0 – 5 year olds on roll and continues to thrive as a beacon of best practice. The College was awarded teaching school status in 2012 and they have an established legal partnership with Skipton Girls High School for both our Teaching Schools; Northern Lights Teaching School Alliance. We work with over 20 key partners on improving outcomes for learners, leadership development and recruitment of teachers.
The College is also a National Support School, the Headteacher being a National Leader of Education. We are driven by a moral imperative, every child deserves the highest quality of education, pupils only get one chance.

Skills
Teacher of Humanities

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