Contract Type: Full Time
Role:
Head of Department
Job Start Date: 2019-01-01
Salary: MPS Fringe Area (TLR 2)
School Type:
Free School Secondary
School Size: 451-1000
School Age Range: 11-19
Pupil Gender: Mixed
Address: Sawyers Hall Lane, Brentwood, CM15 9DA
Ofsted Ranking: Outstanding 1

Overview

Head of Food

Start January 2019 (or sooner for the right candidate)

Full Time

The Post

It is an exciting time at Becket Keys Church of England School (Outstanding, 2014). We are working hard to build upon the GCSE successes of our founding cohort and await with eager anticipation our next cohort getting their results in 2018. We are also establishing our new Sixth Form into its second year and look forward to welcoming a new cohort of Lower Sixth in August.

Our current Head of Food is re-locating to Manchester, therefore, we are now seeking an inspirational teacher to lead our ambitious, successful and hard-working Food team. If you can support the department in delivering rigorous Food, Nutrition and Catering teaching right from the first days in Year 7, through to KS4 and onto KS5, we want to hear from you. The appointee will be committed to our high expectations and core values – we welcome applications from teachers irrespective of their faith or lack of it. However, we ask for applicants to appreciate and respect the beliefs of others and have strong moral principles.

Staff will be provided with a comprehensive induction programme and laptop.

Becket Keys is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

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About Becket Keys Church of England Free School

Becket Keys Church of England School is a free school established in Brentwood, Essex, England in 2012. It was the first Church of England secondary school to be established as part of the free schools programme. The school is sponsored by Russell Education Trust.

The head teacher of Becket Keys is Andy Scott-Evans. He was also the original proposer for the school.The school was officially dedicated by Bishop John Wraw on 5 October 2012. It has been established at the former campus of Sawyers Hall College.

The school received a judgement of Outstanding at its first full Ofsted inspection in May 2014. The school also received a judgement of Outstanding at its first full Church of England inspection in January 2016 Becket Keys Church of England School SIAMS Inspection.