Head of History
Are you an experienced History Teacher or Head of History looking for a new permanent full-time role from January 2024 or April 2024?
Are you looking to join an outstanding secondary school on a full-time, permanent basis as the new Head of History from January 2024 or April 2024?
Are you passionate about History and have exceptional leadership skills?
We have an exciting opportunity available for a dynamic and driven Head of History to join this school and continue building on their success.
- Head of History
- Open to experienced History Teachers or current Head of History applicants
- A relevant degree in History / PGCE / QTS or equivalent
- Experienced teaching/ leading History through Key stage 3 up to Key Stage 5
- Ofsted Outstanding School
- Outer London Borough of Redbridge
- Onsite and free parking available
- Excellent rates of Pay: M1 £34, 514 - £51, 179) + TLR C
- Salary: M1 to UPS3 plus TLR 2c (Outer London)
- Immediate interviews Available
- Full-time, Permanent role - starting January 2024 or April 2024
About the School:
Our client school is an outstanding mixed oversubscribed secondary school based in the outer London borough of Redbridge. This fantastic school are looking to appoint a Head of History to lead this exceptional History department. Students at popular school enjoy studying History and perform exceptionally well, with results year on year being in the top 20% of schools nationally. The History department has a strong collaborative culture which makes it an exciting learning environment with staff that have a passion and drive to share excellent lessons and learning experiences with students.
They are looking for an experienced Head of History or an experienced History teacher ready for their next opportunity in a thriving, oversubscribed school, which offers a myriad of opportunities.
About the role:
To provide professional leadership and management for a subject to secure high quality History teaching, effective use of resources and improved standards of learning and achievement for all pupils. A subject leader provides leadership and direction for the subject and ensures that it is managed and organised to meet the aims and objectives of the school and the subject. While the Principal and trustees carry overall responsibility for school improvement, a subject leader has responsibility for securing high standards of teaching and learning in their subject as well as playing a major role in the development of school policy and practice. Throughout their work a subject leader ensures that practices improve the quality of education provided, meet the needs and aspirations of all pupils, and raise standards of achievement in the school.
The Head of History should have knowledge and understanding of:
- Their school's aims, priorities, targets and action plans.
- The characteristics of high-quality teaching in the subject and the main strategies for improving and sustaining high standards of teaching, learning and achievement for all pupils.
- How to use comparative data, together with information about pupils' prior attainment, to establish benchmarks and set targets for improvement.
- How to develop pupils' literacy, numeracy and information technology skills through the subject.
- How teaching the subject can promote pupils' spiritual, moral, social, cultural, mental and physical development.
- How teaching the subject can help to prepare pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life.
The Head of History should:
- Ensure curriculum coverage, continuity and progression in the subject for all pupils, including those of high ability and those with special educational or linguistic needs.
- Ensure that teachers are clear about the teaching objectives in lessons, understand the sequence of teaching and learning in the subject, and communicate such information to pupils.
- Provide guidance on the choice of appropriate teaching and learning methods to meet the needs of the subject and of different pupils.
- Ensure effective development of pupils; literacy, numeracy and information technology skills through the subject.
- Establish and implement clear policies and practices for assessing, recording and reporting on pupil achievement and for using this information to recognise achievement and to assist pupils in setting targets for further improvement.
- Ensure that information about pupils' achievements in previous classes and schools is used effectively to secure good progress in the subject.
If you would like to join this Ofsted Outstanding Secondary school as the new Head of History on a permanent, full-time basis, then please forward your CV or cover letter to Natasja at Career Teachers today.
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