English Teacher - John Ferneley College
Closing date: Sunday 23rd April 2023
ENGLISH TEACHER – John Ferneley College
Full time (permanent) – Autumn Term start
Based at John Ferneley College
This is an exciting opportunity for a talented teacher to join our successful English Department at John Ferneley College. The successful candidate will have the ambition and desire to achieve outstanding results for our students and inspire them through quality first teaching and learning. The role will provide excellent professional development opportunities.
The salary will be dependent on experience but will follow either the Main scale or Upper pay range.
The post is suitable for ECTs. Please see our full job description and person specification.
Closing Date: Midnight, Sunday 23rd April 2023
(We may interview suitable candidates before this date, so early enquiries/applications are encouraged)
Interviews: w/c 24th April 2023
For a conversation about the role, please contact the Anna Butler, Executive Lead for People and Development: [email protected]
To apply for this role, please send your completed application form and the completed Equal Opportunities form to [email protected]
Mowbray Education Trust reserves the right to close adverts early if sufficient applications are received.
ENGLISH DEPARTMENT INFORMATION
John Ferneley College’s English department is made up of a collaborative team of 11 teachers. We follow Eduqas for our GCSE English Language and Literature and teach ‘mixed ability’ across all year groups. Through English, we provide students with a ‘knowledge rich’ curriculum, packed with engaging texts and topics. All of our units and lessons have been collaboratively planned, so that teachers can adapt and differentiate to suit their own style, and the needs of their classes.
Our aim is to create the very best communicators, readers and writers.
Through English Language, we seek to provide our students with the range and quality of language to allow them to access any future possibilities, also developing on their oracy through mature debate and discussion. We strive to provide opportunities that mirror real-life scenarios to allow students to think beyond the content of the classroom.
Through English Literature, our intent is to enrich cultural understanding, consider humanity and to discover the riches of our Literary Heritage. We want all students to broaden their knowledge and to show an appreciation of the world in which they live. These important topics are therefore reflected in the diverse range of texts that we study. Students will also be encouraged to deepen their critical responses and to have the resources to apply thoughtful evaluation. Using a wide range of high-quality texts, our goal is to promote a love and appreciation of literature and develop a love of reading for enjoyment. Whilst we still consider the content of examinations to be important, our ultimate objective is to provide a curriculum with the skills, concepts and experiences that students will be able to draw from once they embark on their individual journeys after leaving John Ferneley College.