Teacher of Digital Skills & Media | Totton | Salary: £36,047

At Totton College, we educate, nurture and transform lives.

Would you like to join an outstanding team of professionals who make a positive impact on society by offering a range of vocational and academic learning routes to create independent, socially inclusive and economically active citizens to lead meaningful and prosperous lives?

Who are we looking for?

We are in search of an inspirational Teacher of Digital Skills and Media who can teach Teaching L2 Digital Skills and Media as well as 14-16s school group. The role has potential to develop into full time the following year based on learner numbers and delivery of L3

Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

· To be flexible in supporting the enrolment of students on to courses as directed by the Head of Curriculum and Quality.

· The ability to teach learning across a range of courses as appropriate offered by the Faculty.

· The ability to use information technology to benefit the teaching and learning experience of students at all levels.

· To ensure that students are taught effectively and encouraged to succeed, using appropriate assessment techniques.

· To act as a personal tutor as required.

· To attend Open Days, Taster Days, Parent’s Evening and Results Day as directed by the Head of Curriculum and Quality.

If you enjoy a challenge and seek the rewards found in transforming the lives of disadvantaged young people and adults then we want to hear from you.

Salary is dependent on experience and qualifications held.

Ideally we are seeking candidates who have:

· A Teaching qualification

· Ability to engage and inspire students with a range of abilities

· Experience delivering and assessing Digital Skills and Media on OCR specification.

· Relevant industry experience

A DBS check will be required for this role.

Please apply on-line

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Class Teacher – Suitable For NQT | Romsey | Salary: DOE

Awbridge is a great place to start or continue your new career in teaching. Whilst idyllically rural in location, it is just three miles north west of the market town of Romsey, 10 miles from the bustling city port of Southampton and 15 miles from the picturesque cathedral city of Salisbury. Awbridge has 6 classes (expanded to meet popular demand). There are both single year group and mixed age classes within the school. PPA Time is usually provided with another teacher, other professional learning opportunities exist with colleagues from our two other schools..

As a school we form part of a family of schools in the local area. In 2010 we formed a federation with Wellow and from September 2011 have had a formal collaboration with Halterworth Primary School in Romsey. The family of schools is overseen by Executive Head Jo Cottrell NLE (A National Leader of Education). In her role as Executive Headteacher she is responsible for the overall strategic direction and success of the school.

You will be supported by experienced colleagues who are trained and enthusiastic about supporting new and developing teachers to the profession.

You will be appointed to Awbridge but enjoy the wider support of colleagues from across our Collaboration Family of Schools (Halterworth, Wellow & Awbridge). You will also be part of an area wide NQT/RQT support programme (if required) which will ensure that your individual professional needs are met.

Our curriculum is dynamic with a wide range of interesting school visits and creative learning opportunities, along with sport and performing arts entitlements. Planning is very well developed and resourced. We have wonderful facilities, a beautiful environment and an extremely supportive and strong community atmosphere.

You will:

  • Show drive, commitment, initiative and energy
  • Be keen to lead a subject (beyond your NQT year) and use evidence informed research to innovate the curriculum
  • Understand the need to get to know every child in your class and the importance of building positive relationships
  • Ensure that the planned curriculum is based on what children need to know and understand next
  • Be a strong communicator with confidence to express views and opinions in a calm and reflective way
  • Recognise the importance of professional learning to continually develop your skills
  • Engage wholeheartedly in the life of the school and be a positive member of the team
  • Teach children with positive attitudes to learning

Application Procedure

Interviews will be carried out by Jo Cottrell – Executive Headteacher, Jayne Fahey – Head of School and a member of the Governing Body.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and undertake the relevant Disclosure and Barring checks satisfactorily.

Apply directly by following the URL after clicking on the apply button. The school will make contact directly to discuss / progress your application further – good luck!

Head of Computing & IT | Eastleigh | Salary: £24,373 – £40,490

We are looking to appoint a highly capable and inspirational Head of Computing and IT. This is a fantastic opportunity for an outstanding Computing and IT Teacher seeking to take the step into Middle Leadership or an experienced Head of Department looking for a new challenge.

The successful candidate will have excellent subject knowledge, strong classroom management skills and the ability to inspire our pupils with outstanding and engaging teaching. Our students are a delight to teach and we foster an atmosphere of mutual trust and respect.

The Department currently follow the OCR exam board course in Computing at GCSE level and are looking to introduce Creative iMedia as an additional examined option course at Key Stage 4. The Department benefits from excellent facilities and resources, including its own Departmental office and three well-resourced computer rooms

The successful candidate will:

  • Be committed to supporting all pupils to achieve their “Personal Best”
  • Be an excellent teacher
  • Be able to Computing to GCSE Level with an interest in developing a further IT option choice at Key Stage 4. (Candidates with experience of Creative iMedia would be particularly welcome)
  • Have excellent interpersonal leadership skills, underpinned by a firm vision for the teaching of Computing and IT.
  • Be forward thinking, visionary, receptive to change and able to work under pressure.
  • Have aspirations for further promotion

We have an excellent track record of developing and supporting our staff to progress both professionally and in their career. All teaching staff are enrolled in the Teachers’ Pension Scheme.

Toynbee School is an expanding school with consistently high achievement and progress across all subjects. The school was categorized as ‘Good’ by OFSTED in October 2015 and again in April 2019.

The school is situated in Chandlers Ford with easy access to the M3 and M27. Visits to the school are welcomed.

To apply for this role, click the apply button and click the displayed link to be directed to the Hampshire Education website and your application will go to The Toynbee School directly. Good luck!