Trinity School reserves the right to interview suitable candidates during the vacancy period.
Teacher of DT
Teacher of Design and Technology (Product Design)
Required September 2020
This is an excellent opportunity to join Trinity School, a vibrant 11-18 academy in the Newbury Academy Trust. We are an ambitious, high-performing school looking for innovative colleagues who can make a difference. In return, we invest in your career, providing a bespoke CPD package, opportunities to lead across the Trust and the wider local area, and a comprehensive staff benefits package.
The Art, Design and Technology Faculty at Trinity School is staffed by a team of specialists who work collaboratively to support and share ideas. Due to a growing roll we invite applications from colleagues who:
- Are excellent practitioners;
- Have high expectations of their students;
- Are team players and interested in playing a part in the wider school community;
- Have a passion for their subject and excellent subject knowledge;
- Are Workshop trained - this would be an advantage;
- Can offer Food as a second specialism.
Applications from NQTs are welcome and can include a July start.
Application is by application form and supporting letter to Mrs C Wilson, Executive Headteacher, the former to include the names and addresses of two appropriate referees. Your letter should outline your experience to date and what you could offer the ADT Faculty at Trinity. Trinity School reserves the right to interview suitable candidates before the application deadline.
The school has a commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The successful applicant will be required to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check in addition to other pre-employment checks.
Each candidate must fill in a Teacher Application form from the downloads below
Closing date: Monday 20th January 2020
Interviews: Soon thereafter
Main responsibilities include:
Assessing first aid problems presented by students and staff and taking appropriate action.
Supporting children with medical needs such as asthma, diabetes, epilepsy or mental health problems.
Responsible for administering and safe-keeping of prescribed drugs.
Advice on general health matters as presented by students and staff.
To promote the physical and mental health of all students
Successful candidates should have:
A relevant First Aid qualification
Willingness to attend Level 1 Child Protection Training
Previous experience of carrying out First Aid duties
Excellent organisational and administrative skills
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Confidence in dealing with young people
The school has a commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The successful applicant will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check in addition to other pre-employment checks.
Each candidate must fill in a Support Staff Application form from the downloads below