Warning - This Vacancy is now Closed!
Start Date:Jan 2014
Application Close Date:05/12/2013 at 22:00
Required for January 2014, an enthusiastic, well qualified teacher of English to join a strong, well established and forward looking team. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to deliver the subject across Key Stages 3 and 4 with the possibility of A Level teaching also available. An interest in Film Studies and/or Drama is desirable but not essential. This is a full time post, although part-time may be considered.
Fulston Manor is a high performing specialist school which enjoys an enviable reputation for both academic achievement and the quality of pastoral care. Following conversion to academy status in 2010, the school continues to work collaboratively with others, providing excellent support and development opportunities for all staff. The judgement of “Outstanding” in all categories under the new OFSTED framework reflects the standards within the school and indicates the calibre of applicant we are seeking to attract.
In order to apply please complete the school’s application form and send this in to the Headteacher with a covering letter (e-mail acceptable). All relevant details can be downloaded from the school’s website. For any further information, however, please do not hesitate to contact the school.
This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Fulston Manor is an extremely successful, non-selective school, with a current roll of 1293, which includes a rapidly growing sixth form of approximately 300 and intense pressure for places in all other years. In addition to the school’s reputation for academic success and quality pastoral care, we are also involved in a significant amount of work with other schools, both providing intensive support and delivering a wide range of training opportunities. We have close links with local universities and are particularly proud of our staff induction programmes.
As lead school within a multi-academy trust, which includes a local primary school, there are numerous opportunities for staff to broaden their own professional experience and to seek career progression within the school. Many of our staff have achieved internal promotion and individually tailored development programmes ensure that appropriate training and support is provided for all. Everyone is encouraged to participate in whole school improvement work and we believe that this participation is a major factor in our continuing success.
This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Brenchley Road, Sittingbourne, Kent, ME10 4EG
Telephone: (01795) 475228
Fax: (01795) 428144
School Type: Secondary
Website: Visit our website, www.fulstonmanor.kent.sch.uk
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Basketbal in the Gym
The school's excellent reputation for sport is built upon high quality facilities and dedicated staff
Fulston Manor Radio Station
Broadcasting both internally and externally, the station is run by students and overseen by staff
Lower School ICT
With excellent access to IT facilities, all students are encouraged to use technology where appropriate
Samba Band Rehearsal
The Performing Arts Department is both popular and highly successful, offering opportunities to all students across a range of activities
An important part of the school, the Library provides a centre for learning across all year groups
Sixth Form Centre
Sixth Form students have excellent facilities, inlcluding Common Room and Cafe
Sixth Form Students
The school has a large sixth form and works in partnership with local grammar schools
Extra curricular activities are extremely important, with a vast range of trips and expeditions available to students
Year 10 Assembly
Sudents attending a presentation in the Millennium Hall
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