Teacher of Art and Photography
ECT/ MPS / UPR
Permanent, part-time 0.8
Easter 2024 or earlier
We are looking to appoint an outstanding teacher of Art to join our successful team. The role will involve teaching Art to all KS3 and Art and Photography upto GCSE level. This is an exciting opportunity to work in a highly successful and ambitious school helping to deliver outstanding outcomes for all of our students.
We are an 11-16 girls comprehensive school with approximately 690 students on roll. We are a popular first choice of school for families in Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire. We are a successful school academically.
We are one of three secondary schools in a developing Multi Academy Trust (Thrive Co-operative Learning Trust) that currently consists of an additional seven Hull primary schools.
This partnership offers tremendous opportunities for future leadership development for both newly trained and experienced teachers.
Newland School for Girls will offer you:
An inclusive, successful school and Outstanding Multi Academy Trust to work in.
Friendly, highly motivated and enthusiastic students.
Should you wish to have an informal and completely confidential discussion or visit to the school, please contact via the email Claire Batty, Director of Options or telephone Newland School for Girls.
Closing date: Wednesday, December 6th 2023 12 noon
Interview date: Thursday, December 14th 2023
As part of Thrive Co-operative Learning Trust commitment to safer recruitment processes and in accordance with statutory guidance: Keeping Children Safe in Education an online search will be carried out on all shortlisted candidates.
Please note, we do not accept CVs, applications must be submitted using our application form.
Our commitment to Safeguarding: Thrive Co-operative Learning Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Each school has a robust Safeguarding Policy and all staff receive training relevant to their role at induction and throughout their employment.
A candidate’s suitability to work with children will be explored at all stages of the recruitment process. The successful applicant will, in accordance with statutory guidance, be subject to a comprehensive pre-employment checking process including receipt of a satisfactory enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), a Children's Barred List check, a Section 128 Management Check if relevant, Prohibition check and overseas checks as applicable, identity check, medical clearance, proof of qualifications, satisfactory references and a check regarding their eligibility to work in the UK.
This role involves contact with children and provides regular access to children, therefore it is ‘regulated activity’. As such, this post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act - 1974 and the amendments to the Exceptions Order 1975, 2013 and 2020.
Our commitment to equality and diversity: Thrive Co-operative Learning Trust recognises and celebrates the diversity of its schools and their communities. There is a shared commitment across the Trust to develop further a culture of respect, where discrimination is not tolerated, and individuals are treated equitably and fairly and feel a sense of belonging.
Please visit Thrive Trust website to view our Job Applicants Privacy Notice, which explains how we collect, store, and use personal data about individuals applying for jobs at our school.
Thrive Co-operative Learning Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Each school has a robust Safeguarding Policy and all staff receive training relevant to their role at induction and throughout their employment.