Teacher of Art
Clifton Community School
Full time, temporary to cover maternity leave
At Wickersley Partnership Trust, students and learning are at the centre of everything we do. We nurture the development of knowledge, creativity, skills and understanding to help our children develop into happy, healthy, caring and successful citizens. We do this in a safe and positive learning environment where every individual is valued, self-belief is encouraged and each individual is able to achieve their full potential.
Wickersley Partnership Trust was founded in 2014 with charitable status and currently comprises of 8 primary schools and 5 secondary schools (including 1 sixth form) across Rotherham and neighbouring counties. WPT is committed to ensuring that all students have the best educational experience possible, and to do this, we recognise the importance of supporting our staff thoroughly in their professional development through the dissemination of best practice and collaboration, and through reflecting and debating on their practice. More about WPT’s vision can be found on our website.
About the role
Clifton Community School seeks applications from highly motivated candidates who possess excellent knowledge and understanding of their subject. You must possess the skills and determination to make a significant difference to the lives of our students and share our single goal of ‘students first’. This would be an exciting opportunity for a NQT.
You will work at Clifton Community School in Rotherham and benefit from the opportunities offered by a large and successful family of schools. The Multi-Academy Trust runs a number of schools in Rotherham including Wickersley School & Sports College and Rawmarsh Community School. Clifton is a thriving, multi-cultural, 11-16 school of 800 students, which was rebuilt in 2005. It is a school with high expectations and a student centred focus. Ofsted 2019 acknowledged that Leaders and teachers have a real passion for doing their best for pupils. Clifton is a ‘Good’ school (Ofsted December 2019), with the drive and determination to be outstanding.
The Creative Arts department demands high expectations of both staff and students. Staff are encouraged to develop as practitioners, to collaborate and feel valued for the essential contributions that all staff make. You will be joining an enthusiastic and successful team – supporting, challenging and enjoying teaching and learning. This position is an ideal opportunity to make a difference to the lives of young people, there is no better place to do it.
- To teach engaging and effective lessons that motivate, inspire and improve pupil attainment, modelling outstanding practice;
- To ensure high standards of teaching and learning in order to continue the drive to raise standards of attainment and ensure all students make excellent progress;
- To ensure high standards of student behaviour, in line with the school policy and procedures.
You will be given full support in your career development as we believe that development of staff is a key aspect in raising standards for our students. We will be scoring the application and interview process based on skills required for the role as well as behaviour competencies.
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In line with our commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our students, the appointment will be subject to an enhanced criminal record check and satisfactory references.
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