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English Teacher

Contract type: Full Time
Location: Northampton
Closing date: Thursday 25 Mar 2021
Reference: CATS 1196
Duration: Permanent
Contact: Katy Luckett | Group Talent Manager
Contact Email: recruitment@catscolleges.com
Telephone: 01223 341334

OVERVIEW OF THE JOB

We are currently recruiting for a Teacher of English to join our support team from September 2021.

You will teach students, supporting their learning to allow them to achieve the best possible outcomes. You will develop, deliver, and support the College’s academic programmes in line with College standards and policies.

REPORTS TO

You will be directly responsible to the Head of Department. You will work within the framework set by and under the general direction of the Principal.

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE JOB

As a teacher, you should carry out your role to support the needs of the students you work with and the College in general.

AS A SUBJECT TEACHER, YOU WILL:

  • Set high expectations which inspire, motivate and challenge students
  • Promote good progress and outcomes by students
  • Demonstrate strong subject and curriculum knowledge
  • Plan and teach well-structured lessons based on departmental schemes of work
  • Participate in arrangements for preparing students for external examinations
  • Adapt teaching to respond to the strengths and needs of all students
  • Set and mark homework and class work promptly according to the College’s policy
  • Make accurate and productive use of assessment
  • Write high quality reports as required by the College’s policy on reporting to parents
  • Manage behaviour effectively to ensure a good and safe learning environment
  • Develop and maintain classroom and other learning environments
  • Ensure that College policies on student attendance are enforced

YOU WILL ALSO:

  • Act as Personal Tutor to a group of students
  • Play a role in departmental planning and the development of resources
  • Contribute to the College’s PSHE and associated programmes
  • Contribute to the College’s university and College access programmes
  • Contribute one enrichment/after school activity per term
  • Support the College’s programme of trips and activities
  • Participate in the College’s induction programmes for new students
  • Support the College welfare team by ensuring concerns are communicated and acted on
  • Play a full part in your own professional development and that of colleagues
  • Attend appropriate meetings and in-service training programmes
  • Contribute to the development and implementation of the College’s vision
  • Communicate effectively with students, parents, colleagues and others
  • Fulfil wider professional responsibilities
  • Participate in the College’s appraisal and performance management processes
  • Undertake other appropriate tasks that the Principal may assign

Closing Date 25th March 2021

Once the application form is complete, please send it to recruitment@catscolleges.com using the reference CATS 1196

Please click here for the full Job Description

Please click here to download an Application Form

 

Chemistry Teacher

Contract type: Full Time
Location: Northampton
Closing date: Thursday 25 Mar 2021
Reference: CATS 1195
Duration: Permanent
Contact: Katy Luckett | Group Talent Manager
Contact Email: recruitment@catscolleges.com
Telephone: 01223 341334

OVERVIEW OF THE JOB

We are currently recruiting for a Teacher of Chemistry to join our support team from September 2021.

You will teach students, supporting their learning to allow them to achieve the best possible outcomes. You will develop, deliver, and support the College’s academic programmes in line with College standards and policies.

REPORTS TO

You will be directly responsible to the Head of Department. You will work within the framework set by and under the general direction of the Principal.

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE JOB

As a teacher, you should carry out your role to support the needs of the students you work with and the College in general.

AS A SUBJECT TEACHER, YOU WILL:

  • Set high expectations which inspire, motivate and challenge students
  • Promote good progress and outcomes by students
  • Demonstrate strong subject and curriculum knowledge
  • Plan and teach well-structured lessons based on departmental schemes of work
  • Participate in arrangements for preparing students for external examinations
  • Adapt teaching to respond to the strengths and needs of all students
  • Set and mark homework and class work promptly according to the College’s policy
  • Make accurate and productive use of assessment
  • Write high quality reports as required by the College’s policy on reporting to parents
  • Manage behaviour effectively to ensure a good and safe learning environment
  • Develop and maintain classroom and other learning environments
  • Ensure that College policies on student attendance are enforced

YOU WILL ALSO:

  • Act as Personal Tutor to a group of students
  • Play a role in departmental planning and the development of resources
  • Contribute to the College’s PSHE and associated programmes
  • Contribute to the College’s university and College access programmes
  • Contribute one enrichment/after school activity per term
  • Support the College’s programme of trips and activities
  • Participate in the College’s induction programmes for new students
  • Support the College welfare team by ensuring concerns are communicated and acted on
  • Play a full part in your own professional development and that of colleagues
  • Attend appropriate meetings and in-service training programmes
  • Contribute to the development and implementation of the College’s vision
  • Communicate effectively with students, parents, colleagues and others
  • Fulfil wider professional responsibilities
  • Participate in the College’s appraisal and performance management processes
  • Undertake other appropriate tasks that the Principal may assign

Closing Date 25th March 2021

Once the application form is complete, please send it to recruitment@catscolleges.com using the reference CATS 1195

Please click here for the full Job Description

Please click here to download an Application Form

Biology Teacher

Contract type: Full Time
Location: Northampton
Closing date: Thursday 25 Mar 2021
Reference: CATS 1194
Duration: Permanent
Contact: Katy Luckett | Group Talent Manager
Contact Email: recruitment@catscolleges.com
Telephone: 01223 341334

OVERVIEW OF THE JOB

We are currently recruiting for a Teacher of Biology to join our support team from September 2021.

You will teach students, supporting their learning to allow them to achieve the best possible outcomes. You will develop, deliver, and support the College’s academic programmes in line with College standards and policies.

REPORTS TO

You will be directly responsible to the Head of Department. You will work within the framework set by and under the general direction of the Principal.

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE JOB

As a teacher, you should carry out your role to support the needs of the students you work with and the College in general.

AS A SUBJECT TEACHER, YOU WILL:

  • Set high expectations which inspire, motivate and challenge students
  • Promote good progress and outcomes by students
  • Demonstrate strong subject and curriculum knowledge
  • Plan and teach well-structured lessons based on departmental schemes of work
  • Participate in arrangements for preparing students for external examinations
  • Adapt teaching to respond to the strengths and needs of all students
  • Set and mark homework and class work promptly according to the College’s policy
  • Make accurate and productive use of assessment
  • Write high quality reports as required by the College’s policy on reporting to parents
  • Manage behaviour effectively to ensure a good and safe learning environment
  • Develop and maintain classroom and other learning environments
  • Ensure that College policies on student attendance are enforced

YOU WILL ALSO:

  • Act as Personal Tutor to a group of students
  • Play a role in departmental planning and the development of resources
  • Contribute to the College’s PSHE and associated programmes
  • Contribute to the College’s university and College access programmes
  • Contribute one enrichment/after school activity per term
  • Support the College’s programme of trips and activities
  • Participate in the College’s induction programmes for new students
  • Support the College welfare team by ensuring concerns are communicated and acted on
  • Play a full part in your own professional development and that of colleagues
  • Attend appropriate meetings and in-service training programmes
  • Contribute to the development and implementation of the College’s vision
  • Communicate effectively with students, parents, colleagues and others
  • Fulfil wider professional responsibilities
  • Participate in the College’s appraisal and performance management processes
  • Undertake other appropriate tasks that the Principal may assign

Closing Date 25th March 2021

Once the application form is complete, please send it to recruitment@catscolleges.com using the reference CATS 1194

Please click here for the full Job Description

Please click here to download an Application Form

 

Teachers (all subjects)

We are keen to meet potential teachers in many subjects to work with our motivated and hard-working GCSE and A-level students.  Ideal candidates will have experience of teaching non-native speakers of English to GCSE and A-level and be sympathetic to individual requirements. Familiarity with working closely to exam board specifications is desirable.

We are always happy to receive completed application forms from interested candidates for consideration to join our pool of talented teachers.

Here at Bosworth Independent College

we believe in the importance of the individual and celebrate success regardless of the level.

We are a relatively small college of approximately 300 students.  This enables us to offer a supportive family atmosphere, where students and staff can enjoy their work and thrive as valued people and professionals.

Our students come from a wide variety of countries and are motivated and aspirational, mostly aiming for Russell Group and Oxbridge.

We are always keen to hear from suitably qualified applicants.

Speculative applications are always welcome and will be held on file for up to three months. If a suitable vacancy should arise, we would then contact you.

Bosworth values

Nurture and educate every student in our community whatever his or her ability, culture, ethnicity or social background.

Encourage

We seek to encourage each student to grow in confidence and to cultivate a life-long curiosity for the world around us.

Creativity

Communicate with enthusiasm, collaborate and contribute to our community with commitment and creativity.

Excellence

We aim to promote academic excellence tempered by care and concern for those around us.

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