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Head of History

Job Details

  • Reference Number: AEA1504HOH
  • Region: Greater London, Wembley
  • Salary: 28,231 - 38,046 per Annum
  • Position: Head of Department
  • Open: 01-09-2015
  • Close: N/A

Job Description

In September 2014 Ark Elvin Academy in Wembley joined the Ark network. We are now looking to recruit an outstanding science teacher to deliver exceptional teaching and learning, helping students to achieve excellent results. You will design an engaging and challenging curriculum that inspires children to appreciate science, instilling in them a love for the subject and a desire to learn.

The school is an important part of its local community, but it has faced recent challenges including an inadequate Ofsted judgement and a falling school roll. We are working hard to give all pupils at the school an excellent education, and we hope you will build on this.

This will be a challenge. But it’s your chance to make a real difference to a school and its community. By joining Ark, the successful candidate will have access to a range of tailored professional development opportunities within the academy and across the network, including accredited middle and senior leadership development programmes.

You will need to:

  • be an outstanding teacher, with a resilient character and a strong personal drive
  • have experience of managing others and supporting them to develop their teaching practice
  • understand the difference that a great education can make to pupils - especially to those from disadvantaged backgrounds
  • have achieved high rates of progress and attainment in your current school
  • exude a passion for the subject which is evident in your day to day classroom practice
  • be a ‘learner’ and reflective practitioner

To apply, go to:

Ifyou have any questions, please contact Venessa George on or020 8902 6362.

Location:Brent, London

Deadline: 11am, 8 May

Salary: Ark MPS (Inner London) £28,231– £38,046 depending on experienceplus TLR

Ark is committed to safeguarding children; successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.