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We are looking for a passionate, reliable, inquisitive teacher of English who can see the infinite possibilities in all our students. The department is well-resourced and staffed by outstanding practitioners who are keen to ensure all students not only achieve well but also develop an enjoyment of the subject. We are keen for the post to start sooner than September should this be possible.
Applicants must have:
Astor College enjoys an excellent reputation as an employer and we are respected for our ethos and focus on research informed practice and professional development opportunities.
Astor is an outward facing school with a wide range of professional development opportunities. We are a designated Teacher Development Trust Regional CPD Hub, and we are also involved in local Teaching and Learning networks with the other secondary schools in the area. We have a long history of growing our own teachers, with lots of potential to develop into middle leadership roles.
Please complete the application form online via www.kent-teach.com (CV's will not be printed) or download and post to Miss L Penn, PA, Astor College, Astor Avenue, Dover, CT17 0AS, telephone 01304 201151, email firstname.lastname@example.org. References will be requested prior to interview.
The DFAMAT comprises Astor College (Principal, Mr L Kane), White Cliffs Primary College for the Arts and Pebbles Nursery (Principal, Mrs S Knight Fotheringham), Barton Junior/Shatterlocks Infant and Nursery School (Principal, Mr D Meades) and KETV Studios.
Our Mission Statement: "To inspire and motivate all students to achieve their best in a safe, caring and creative environment. To offer a range of opportunities that stretch, challenge and develop resilience for every student."
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