Teacher of Art 0.2 FTE
Required for 01 September 2019
Cambridge Academic Partnership is a multi-academy trust based in Cambridge which operates three Secondary schools, an International Sixth Form and a specialist Science and Technology 14-19 Academy.
We have high expectations of all our students and aim to provide them with the best teaching and support that a dedicated staff can offer. We are both demanding and liberal and want our students to develop into articulate and confident young people with clear personal and professional goals.
Our multi-academy trust is growing so we are looking for people to work with us who will share our commitment to excellence, innovation and collaboration.
The Create Faculty at Cambridge Academic Partnership is a made up of an experienced and passionate team of teachers who truly believe that the Arts form an integral part of the curriculum and encourage young people to become confident, culturally aware and well-rounded members of society. With a proven track record of strong results, high profile productions and a wide variety of extracurricular activities. Make our department a busy but inspirational place to work. This post is an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic and driven leader who is dedicated to inspiring others with a vision for building on current success.
We reserve the right to bring forward the closing date if we consider that we have received an appropriate number of suitable candidates for the post.
Cambridge Academic Partnership is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This position is a regulated activity and an enhanced DBS check will be required.
About Parkside Community College
In our schools we aspire to provide the highest quality of education, and to enable all our students to achieve excellence. We want them to develop into inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help create a better, more peaceful world through intercultural understanding.
We believe that our human scale learning environments are important in helping us promote equality, develop respect for others, and celebrate diversity. We expect our schools to be a source of pride for their local communities.
Innovation is at the heart of our work. We invest in our students and staff so they develop the independence of spirit to pioneer new ideas and strategies, to seek and evaluate a range of views, and are willing to grow from the experience.
Our model of a group of small schools working in collaboration in Cambridge for mutual benefit delivers economies of scale in both resources and staffing. Through our partnership we aim to widen opportunity, raise standards, and promote inclusion and community cohesion.