Working for Aletheia
At Aletheia Academies Trust, we aim to provide high-quality leadership to ensure educational excellence. To do so, we ensure to recruit, train and develop enthusiastic individuals to offer unrivalled opportunities to our pupils and communities. Our growing family of academies gives multiple possibilities for members of our staff to develop their careers.
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Teacher of English
Saint George's C of E School
Work Hours: Full time/ Part time
Required to start: ASAP or January 2024
Interview Date: TBC
The school has an existing reputation for high quality education with a relentless focus upon high expectations and aspirations.
We are a friendly, dynamic and innovative school and pride ourselves on our commitment to ensuring student progress through high quality teaching and learning provision for all. The successful applicant will share these values and play an active part in delivering on this commitment.
We would love to hear from you if you:
- Want to work in a supportive and caring environment
- Are committed to enabling every student to achieve the very best they can
- Are an ambitious professional
- Are a good/outstanding classroom practitioner
We reserve the right to close this vacancy early should a suitable candidate apply.
Aletheia Academies Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All offers of employment are subject to an Enhanced DBS check, and where applicable, a prohibition from teaching check will be completed for all applicants.
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (2013 and 2020). This means that certain convictions and cautions are considered ‘protected’ and do not need to be disclosed to employers, and if they are disclosed, employers cannot take them into account. Guidance about whether a conviction or caution should be disclosed can be found on the Ministry of Justice website.