Contract Type: Full Time
Role:
Teacher
Salary: UL Teachers Pay Scale
School Type:
Academy Secondary Aged
School Size: 451-1000
School Age Range: 11-16
Pupil Gender: Mixed
Address: Akers Way, Swindon, SN2 2NQ
Ofsted Ranking: Good 2

Overview

Teacher of Geography

Are you a qualified teacher who would like to work in a school which has rapidly improved and been assessed as ‘Good’ by Ofsted?  Do you want to move your career forward in a friendly school with curious students and support from our experienced staff? We are an innovative school that looks ahead, plans for and embraces change and we look for candidates who will seek an active role in taking the school forward at this exciting time.

We are looking to appoint an inspiring Teacher of Geography due to exciting growth and changes in our school and will commence from September 2018. You will teach across the ability range at KS3 and KS4.

The successful candidate can be sure of working with a team of extremely dedicated staff in a very motivating, forward-thinking environment.

What we can offer:

  • Excellent Location,1 hr from London, 30 minutes from Bath, 20 minutes to the beautiful Cotswolds.
  • Breath-taking school architecture and state of the art facilities.
  • Ambition to be the school of choice in Swindon.
  • Highly attractive salary, along with the benefits of being part of United Learning.
  • Ambitious and creative Principal.
  • Serious professional development supporting the next steps in your career.
  • Bespoke, subject specific CPD.
  • Binary behaviour system so that you can concentrate on your teaching in a disruption free environment.

What we need from you

  • Hard working
  • Highly ambitious
  • Cooperative
  • Healthy
  • Enthusiastic
  • Positive
  • Solutions focused with a ‘can do’ attitude

It is a great time to join Nova Hreod Academy as the school has been judged by Ofsted as being a ‘Good’ school.   In  2018 we have received a record number of first choice applications for Year 7.

Our results over the past two years have been noticed across the region and we have a strong, growing reputation in our local community for high expectations and high standards. Ofsted highlighted our “well structured” curriculum and that “pupils in all year groups make good progress across all subjects.”  They also recognised the improvements in the quality of teaching, learning and assessment, adding that there is “a culture where staff reflect and improve on their practice.”

Nova Hreod Academy has a commitment to raising standards and creating new opportunities for staff and students.  We enjoy the benefits of being part of United Learning, with opportunities to share good practice and collaborate with colleagues across every phase of education.

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About Nova Hreod Academy

About The School
As a recent converter to academy status, Nova Hreod Academy is coming to the end of a period of transition. With a strong new leadership team in place, the academy is making progress at pace and is today a school with a bright future and considerable potential.

As part of United Learning’s Southern Region, under the direction of Dame Sally Coates, Nova Hreod Academy is on a trajectory towards becoming an excellent local school.

Only an hour from London, Nova Hreod is a school that is moving forward rapidly and, in doing so, is adopting innovative programmes of change that are making an immediate difference to attendance, performance and aspiration. Current initiatives include student ranking and the Binary behaviour model which in August 2015 have helped the school achieve a 29% increase in its GCSE results.

Serving the communities of North Swindon, Nova Hreod is a school with a determined mission for its students to succeed. Working closely with other schools locally and within United Learning, Nova Hreod is an externally focused school, keen to engage and share best practice and partner with others.

This is a stand out school – not least in its name – which comes from the Anglo Saxon for the stream that runs along the bottom of the school site. Mentioned in the Domesday Book, the Hreod Burna is a tributary of the River Ray which runs through the valley in which the school lies.