Teacher of History: MPS – Eirias High School – Conwy

  • Full Time
  • Conwy

Eirias High School


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Permanent

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We are looking for an innovative and energetic teacher to join our staff at Ysgol Eirias to teach History. The post is to commence September 2022 for a full time permanent post.

Successful candidates will be well qualified History specialists with a passion for their subject areas an enthusiasm for working with inquisitive young minds. The school is embracing the New Curriculum and covers all AoLEs, including Humanities, through the Year 7 Curriculum for next academic year. The Humanities Faculty teaches Year 7 Curriculum for Wales, Year 8 and 9 Key Stage 3 History, Geography and RS, GCSE History, Geography and RS (with RS short course) and A Level History, Geography, Sociology and Philosophy and Ethics.

The successful candidate will be required to teach the Humanities AoLE project in Year 7 to , History in Years 8 ,9 and GCSE. There may be an opportunity to specialise at A Level.

Closing date for applications is Wednesday May11th 2022.

Ysgol Eirias is a Comprehensive, Foundation Pioneer (Lead Inquiry) school of exceptional academic performance which places a high value on bilingualism. We have a local and national reputation as a very successful school with consistently outstanding GCSE and ‘A’ Level results (rated one of the top ten performing schools by the Sunday Times for 2018).

There are 1354 students on roll with 265 in the sixth form and a teaching staff of 95.

The school is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable groups. All employees are expected to be aware of the corporate safeguarding policy and their responsibility to report any concerns in the appropriate manner and timescales.

Estyn Comments:

Effective school support for disadvantaged and vulnerable pupils – case studies of good practice (February 2020):

“Staff at Ysgol Eirias have shared research and successful practice in supporting LAC with cluster primary schools to benefit a wider number of pupils in the area. Taking a whole school approach, leaders across the cluster shared the vision of ‘Nurture UK’ that no child fails through lack of nurture and educational opportunity.”

The professional learning continuum: mentoring in initial teacher education (October 2018):

“The school has identified career development pathways for staff. This includes a mentoring pathway to support the development of relevant skills, and ensure the ongoing professional development required for mentors, or for those who see this as a future development pathway.”

A levels in sixth forms and further education colleges (November 2018):

“The school uses a range of robust internal and external data to evaluate performance and to formulate strategic action plans for A level performance at whole-school and faculty level. Leaders also make effective use of findings from lesson observations, work scrutiny, and conversations with sixth form learners to evaluate their performance and provision at A level. Over time, the school has sustained strong learner outcomes at A level across most performance indicators.”

Estyn Comments from the last Inspection October 2014:

Good features in the school’s current performance include:

  • good performance in most indicators in key stage 4 over the last three years, which compares well with the average for similar schools;
  • the very positive attitudes to learning shown by pupils;
  • consistently effective teaching that contributes significantly to the outcomes achieved by pupils;
  • the very good progress made by nearly all pupils in Welsh second language at key stages 3 and 4 and in the sixth form and
  • the caring environment, which has a positive impact on many aspects of pupils’ wellbeing and personal development.

The prospects for improvement are good because:

  • the school has a strong culture of self-evaluation and continuous improvement

Please feel free to contact Headteacher’s PA, Sarah Noke on 01492 532025 with any enquiries.

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