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Teaching & Learning Leader, Computing - MPR/UPR plus TLR 2b (£4,310)

Greensward Academy is the lead academy of the Academies Enterprise Trust (AET), a multi-academy sponsor which aims to provide the opportunity for all young learners to fulfil their real potential.  

The Computing department is undergoing significant change this year which presents the successful applicant to very much implement their own vision of how children should learn the lifelong skills of computing and digital literacy. There is great scope for the successful candidate to shape learning and the use of ICT across the whole Academy, and the position has the possible opportunity to develop into a whole school role if they have to vision and drive to do so.   

We are looking for an exceptional classroom teacher who demonstrates high standards of delivery in a consistent manner, who is committed to improving achievement across all key stages and understand the strategies required to accomplish this.  The successful candidate will work with the Senior Leadership Team to ensure staff in the department devise and deliver rich tasks which provide additional opportunities for the development of students' independent learning and problem learning skills.  You must be a strong leader with the ability to inspire both staff and students.  You will be enthusiastic, with an imaginative approach to leading and developing the curriculum area.

This position is required to commence 1 September 2015, earlier if possible  

Closing date: 10 March 2015

If you would like to come and see Greensward Academy in action, then please do not hesitate to contact our HR team who will be only too happy to arrange this for you. Below are the documents related to this post.  All candidates are advised to refer to the job description and person specification before making an application.  Once completed, please return to Ms T Higginson, HR Assistant, Greensward Academy, Greensward Lane, Hockley, Essex SS5 5HG (thigginson@greenswardacademy.org). 

T&L Leader Computing


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