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Food Technology Teacher

Job Description

Dunbar Education are currently working with an Ofsted rated Good School who are now seeking a Teacher of Food Technology. If this could be of interest, please see below for further details;

Location: SE Hertfordshire

Ofsted: Good

Salary: MPS/UPS

Start Date: September

About the School:

The school is now in its sixth year of operation and continues to go from strength to strength.

It is a fully mixed comprehensive school from 11-16 years of age, with 605 on roll. The school has rapidly established a very strong reputation in the area and is now consistently oversubscribed. In addition, the school recently received its OFSTED report from May 2022, which graded the school as "good" with outstanding features.

One of the school's key strengths is its highly cohesive and supportive community. As such, the decision to cap student numbers at 600 is entirely deliberate, enabling us to maintain a strong sense of community where everybody knows everybody else - if you visit, you cannot fail to be struck by this. It is a very special part of who we are.

The school has benefited from brand new facilities, opened in October 2016, including professional teaching and learning facilities for all subjects. The school also benefits from a recently installed 3G playing surface for PE; a gym with a professional sprung floor; a Dance Studio; recent refurbishment of additional classrooms and an indoor swimming pool.

The new facilities provide a light, modern, professional, and fit for purpose working environment for all. They have also invested significantly in modernising additional teaching spaces, providing a fantastic environment for our students and staff.

The school has an extremely strong reputation for staff development, both teaching and support staff. Developing the next generation of school leaders, both middle and senior, and future Headteachers for those who wish to pursue this, is a responsibility that we take very seriously.

In addition to innovative whole staff training days, they disaggregate a number of hours for training every year. This allows staff development to be highly personalised as staff can opt for the training which best meets their needs, including the opportunity to do a research project in partnership with Cambridge University. Many use their disaggregated time to coach others or to receive coaching. Moreover, there are specific training sessions for ECTs and other interested staff which run each week after school.

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