We are working on behalf of a client secondary school who is seeking an innovative, effective and inspiring Teacher of English from October 2012 on a permanent basis. The school wish to appoint a for October 2012 who is an enthusiastic, motivated and a creative Teacher of English to join their very successful team who are totally committed to their passion for English and learning with outstanding examination results. (GCSE: 76% A-C English Language and 92% A-C English Literature). My client can be found in the Sutton Coldfield area of Birmingham and is located near excellent public transport links, with the appointed candidate having car parking access. To be successful you will be: ***An excellent classroom practitioner. ***Able to demonstrate success in teaching Key Stages 3 and 4 to students of all abilities ***Committed to achieving the very best outcomes for the students ***Able to create a stimulating learning environment ***Passionate about teaching and learning ***Able to make a significant contribution to the development of the English Faculty In return you will receive: ***Excellent support from the English faculty and the Senior Leadership Team ***High quality Continuing Professional Development ***The opportunity to innovate and develop your professional skills ***The opportunity to be part of a dedicated team committed to improved outcomes for students. My client is a good school with some outstanding features. The headteacher and her staff have established a culture where high expectations and a fully inclusive ethos are the norm and where the school�s motto, �All different, all equal, all achieving�, accurately reflects what the school is about. Students� achievement is good overall, and often outstanding. Their standards on entry to the school in Year 7 are low, and although key aspects such as language difficulties hold back their progress in Key Stage 3, the school�s data for 2007 show a considerable improvement in the core subjects of English, mathematics and science. As a result of good teaching and learning and excellent care, guidance and support, students� progress picks up speed as they progress through the school. They make outstanding progress in Key Stage 4 and leave Year 11 with broadly average results at GCSE. In 2007, 56% of the students left school with five or more GCSEs at grade A* to C and all students left school with at least one pass at GCSE. All groups of students make at least good progress and many, including those with learning difficulties and/or disabilities and those for whom English is not their first language, make outstanding progress. Please get in touch today with your CV and cover letter to avoid disappointment. Initial registrations will be held over the next 2 weeks with school based trial days and interviews occurring across September. Due to the requirements of the Students please only apply if you are able to commit to the above. If you would like to be considered for the position and other relevant jobs at present then please submit your CV ASAP. ***Please note only successful candidates will be contacted. We look forward to hearing from you
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