Closing date: Wednesday 16th January 2019 - 1pm
Closing date: Wednesday 23rd January 2019 1pm
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ABOUT OUR SCHOOL
- Woodchurch High School is an exciting place to work. It is a successful and oversubscribed 11 – 16 co-educational Church of England Academy.
- We enjoy state of the art facilities in our new building, designed to engage and motivate learners. As an Academy committed to professional development, all new teaching staff will be expected to actively participate in CPD programmes.
- Further details of job opportunities are listed above, with application packs, that can be downloaded above. Application forms, together with a covering letter, should be returned to Mrs F Lloyd Personnel and Payroll Officer.
- As a Church of England Academy we have a prestigious partner in Liverpool Hope University, who also share the Governors' vision and ambition for the school.
- The 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 DBS check.
- All applicants will be considered on the basis of suitability for the post regardless of race, sex, age or disability.
5 REASONS TO JOIN US
1. Established Excellence
2. Excellent Examination Results
3. Excellent Facilities
4. Anglican Ethos
5. Inclusive School
Pupils' attainment is significantly above national averages in English, geography, history and religious education and above the national average in mathematics.
The percentage of pupils who gained five or more GCSE grade A* to C in English and mathematics was above the national average in 2015. The percentage of pupils gaining five or more GCSEs grade A* to grade G has consistently been above national averages for three years.
Pupils' expected progress in English and mathematics was above national averages in 2015.
Leaders have taken effective action to narrow the gap between the achievement of pupils who are disadvantaged and other pupils in the school and nationally. Gaps in English are closing more rapidly than in mathematics.
Teaching assistants are well deployed to support the needs of pupils. Teachers and support staff know their pupils well and anticipate their needs so that barriers to learning are removed.
Teachers benefit from regular scheduled professional development opportunities.
Leaders ensure that assessments are rigorously and frequently implemented across the curriculum to establish the depth of pupil's understanding.
You have developed an effective careers education and guidance programme. This results in a high proportion of pupils successfully continuing in education, training or employment after Year 11.
Parents who completed Ofsted's online questionnaire, Parent View, agree that their child is well looked after. Parents hold teachers and leaders of the school in high regard and recognise the efforts made to ensure that their children thrive and achieve.
Pupils' behaviour and their attitudes to learning are good. Teachers consistently uphold the behaviour policy and this promotes an environment where pupils can enjoy learning.