Southam College is an oversubscribed 11-18 School set in the heart of Warwickshire close to Coventry, Leamington, Banbury and Leicester. In 2014 we were rated outstanding for the second time by Ofsted. In 2016 we achieved 87% A*-C grades in English and Maths and have continued to build on this accolade by:
- Raising achievement at GCSE and ‘A’ level
- Developing our Learning and Teaching skills
- Enhancing the range of Memorable Experiences available to our students
At our school we value all our staff and every one of our 1643 students. If you have a passion for learning and teaching and really want to make a difference to the lives of young people come and join us at our caring and friendly school.
Required from January 2018 or earlier.
Responsibility points may be available.
An inspirational teacher is required to complement and enhance the staffing at this outstanding secondary school. Southam College is a popular, high performing and innovative school at the centre of its community. We are seeking to appoint an individual with integrity, drive and commitment to fulfill this rewarding career opportunity. There will be an opportunity to teach throughout all Key Stages including Sixth Form (290 students are in our Sixth Form).
You will be a forward thinker who believes in our ‘can do’ culture where anything is possible. You will be a talented teacher, with excellent subject knowledge and be well informed on current educational developments and initiatives, working in an outstanding department (87% A*-C Grades - summer 2016). Passion is at the heart of our practice and it is essential that you have the ability to enthuse and motivate those around you. Be the best you can be!
A well established and supportive induction programme is provided for all new staff and comprehensive child protection procedures are in place.
Additional Information & How to Apply
Please contact Mike Sherwin on the below details for further information and an application form.
Closing Date:19th September, 2017
Please note that strong applications may be considered upon receipt
T: 0116 253 2389 / 07525 889925
The college is an Equal Opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people. It expects all staff to share this commitment.
The post is subject to an enhanced DBS Disclosure.Supporting documents