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Teacher of Computer Science

Essex County Council

Job Description

TEACHER OF COMPUTER SCIENCE (MPR) plus Recruitment And Retention Allowance Of £5000 For Two Years

Required 1st September 2022

Moulsham High School is a high performing comprehensive school. 'Behaviour is calm, and the atmosphere is productive and positive, making it a nice place to be (Ofsted 2020). Leaders have a genuine commitment to the well-being and development of all staff.

We are looking for well-qualified computer science specialist, with a commitment to continuing professional development, to join our computing team. The post is suitable for either an Early Career Entry Teacher who wishes to enter the profession in a school where the quality of education is outstanding or a more experienced practitioner.

The successful candidate will be required to teach computer science up to and including A Level. Computing is a highly valued part of the school's curriculum and examination results are strong. Facilities are regularly updated to incorporate the latest operating systems and there is a firm commitment to embracing new technologies. Computing is part of the Business Studies/Computing faculty which is located in its own suite of rooms. Staff are extremely supportive of each other and firmly committed to high achievement for all.

This post is subject to a DBS check and is not suitable for anyone who has been barred in any way from working with children. Visits to the school prior to application are most welcome and should be arranged using the contact details below.

Application forms and further details are available on the school and Bridge Academy Trust websites.

Alternatively, contact Liz Thompson (Headteacher's P.A.) to whom all applications should be submitted. Telephone: 01245 260101 or E-mail: [email protected]

Quality of Education - Outstanding (Ofsted 2020)

Sixth Form - Outstanding (Ofsted 2020)

Personal Development - Outstanding (Ofsted 2020

www. 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. Moulsham High School welcomes applications from those all backgrounds, faiths and ethnic groups. The school's Child Protection and Safeguarding Policies can be found on the school website:

Moulsham High School is first and foremost a place of learning, where people 'Enjoy, Enrich and Achieve'. We have an ethos in which students of all abilities feel valued so that they are able to reach their full potential. They: ENJOY coming to school and learning experiences available to them; are ENRICHED with a wealth of opportunities inside and outside of lessons and the curriculum, so that all talents are identified and nurtured; ACHIEVE high standards academically in terms of examination results, personally through their respect for others and their environment, socially through their contribution to the life of the school and the wider community. Moulsham is a successful and flourishing school, demanding high standards of work, behaviour and appearance from all of its students. Parents send their sons and daughters to us confident that they will be challenged by the climate of hard work and high expectation and will be guided by staff who are committed to raising students' academic achievements.

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