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We are seeking an outstanding computing teacher with extensive subject knowledge to join our Computing and Life Sciences department.
The successful candidate will be enthusiastic and ambitious and possess a dynamic teaching style that engages students. They will work with the other members of the department to maintain a focus on progress; teaching and learning; and raising achievement. It is also expected that they will enhance the extra-curricular activities offered.
The ability to teach maths at Key Stage 3 would be desirable.
NQTs are welcome to apply for this position.
Head of Food Technology
- Start date: September 2020
- Salary: MPS/UPS Outer London plus head of subject TLR
- Contract: Full-time
If you are an outstanding teacher looking to take the next step in your career this role could be for you! We are looking for an experienced food technology specialist to join our Art and Design faculty as a head of subject.
Food tech is a popular subject taught to all our KS3 students and we offer GCSE (WJCE) in Hospitality and Catering at KS4. You will have an engaging teaching style with the knowledge and skills required to lead your subject and a willingness to teach textiles and/or product design at KS3.
- Start date: April 2020
- Salary: Grade 2, SCP3, £20,835 pro rata; actual salary £18,430
- Contract: 36 hours per week, 08.00 to 16.00, term-time only
We are seeking an enthusiastic teaching assistant with a nurturing approach to join our team. Teaching assistants are key to student development, progress and learning; providing support to individuals or groups of students in the classroom; assisting with target setting and reviews; and preparing resources for teachers.
The successful candidate will provide a number of hours’ support to students with EHCPs or additional needs and so an understanding of differentiated teaching and behaviour management is required. This role would predominantly be based in the Computing and Life Sciences department and so a GCSE Grade C or above in maths and English is essential.
The successful candidate will have excellent organisational skills, take a proactive approach to work and have an ability to work on their own initiative. One years’ experience of working with children or young people is essential; some experience of working in a school, whether paid or on a voluntary basis, is desirable.
For more information on any of the vacancies above please see the relevant attachment(s) at the bottom of this page.
What We Offer
"Staff enjoy working with the pupils. One member of staff typically commented, ‘I couldn’t be happier here.’ Relationships between adults and pupils are very positive and enable the young people to prosper. The school promotes good values well. Pupils like the school, show pride in it, and behave thoughtfully to others." - Ofsted, 2017
Norbury Manor Business and Enterprise College for Girls is an over-subscribed 11-19 girls’ school. Provisional data (Oct 2019) ranks us "well above average" nationally for student progress and very positively within the London Borough of Croydon. We were voted Best Secondary School in Croydon in 2019.
The college has a supportive induction programme for all new staff and is committed to continuing professional development. Experienced staff are able to join our middle leadership and senior leadership training programmes and many of our teaching staff choose to enrol on our subsidised school-based MA programme that is run in conjunction with St Mary's University.
The college is a member of PiXL. We share expertise and resources with Haberdashers' Askes's Hatcham College and Langley Park High School for Boys as well as with Kensington Avenue Primary School, a fellow academy overseen by The Manor Trust.
Norbury Manor is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our children and young people. As part of our safeguarding commitment, appointment to any post is subject to receipt of satisfactory references, medical clearance and a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check as well as evidence of the right to live and work in the United Kingdom. The college uses preferred agencies and, in line with our safeguarding commitment, is unable to work with any agencies without prior agreement.
Norbury Manor is fully committed to equality and accessibility. We value diversity as an employer and as an education provider; click here to view Equality Information and Objectives and our Equality, Race Equality and Cultural Diversity Policy. We strive to maintain a working environment where differences between staff are valued and an atmosphere of fairness, dignity and respect is the norm.
How to Apply
Please apply using the online application forms for teaching/leadership positions or support staff as appropriate along with the Equality Monitoring Form (links to all three forms can be found above right) and Self-disclosure Form (link below). Alternatively, you can download and scan/print the forms below before returning to us by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by post (marked 'Recruitment') to the address on our Contact Us page.
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- Application form (teaching staff)
- Application form (support staff)
- Self-disclosure form
- Privacy notice (recruitment)
- Job description - Teacher (generic)