Teacher of Citizenship and RS
Teacher of Citizenship and RS
Required to start: January 2022 or April 2022
Closing date: Friday 3rd December 2021
If you are a dedicated, driven Citizenship and RS Teacher with a real passion for these subjects and a drive to instil this in your learners then we have an exciting opportunity for you…
We are seeking to appoint an inspirational Teacher of Citizenship and RS with excellent subject knowledge. The successful candidate will join the school’s highly successful and enthusiastic department of Ethical and Religious Studies, working and collaborating with an exceptionally dedicated and talented team of practitioners.
Citizenship and Religious Studies are popular courses that have been offered at Fulston for several years. The AQA GCSE course in Citizenship covers a range of topics from Life in Modern Britain, Politics and Rights to being an Active Citizen in our community. Students develop debating skills and are encouraged to become more aware of the society they live in. Citizenship is also taught at Key Stage 3 covering similar topics, allowing pupils to develop new skills whilst learning through projects addressing a wide range of global issues.
The AQA GCSE Religious Studies course covers both Christianity and Islam in an addition to ethical topics including peace and conflict, relationships, crime and punishment and issues regarding life and death. At Key Stage 3 we cover the six main world religions as well as topic issues.
What we are looking for:
- An excellent classroom practitioner
- Somebody who is well-organised, proactive and able to work effectively as part of a team
- Somebody who works well with staff and pupils alike
- Strong classroom management skills
- Knowledge of Citizenship at KS3 and KS4
- Knowledge of the Kent SACRE for KS3
- Someone keen to make a difference to the lives of young people
- Someone looking to join a community that works to develop young people into successful citizens.
- Someone ready to work with young people both in lessons and as a tutor
What Fulston Manor School can offer you:
- Mentoring and high level training
- Encouragement to develop your career with excellent promotion opportunities
- A family atmosphere with welcoming staff and students
- A caring environment with well-being and work/life balance at its core.
- To be part of a whole school team – working together to achieve and valuing every individual’s contribution
Fulston Manor is consistently one of the highest performing non-selective schools in Kent, this success is based on the quality of our staff and the excellence of our induction and support programmes. The school offers an outstanding learning environment for all its students.
Fulston Manor is focused on developing students into young citizens capable of making a difference. Here, at Fulston, we have a strong pastoral system at our core and we pride ourselves on being about strong traditional family values. All staff and students, who join us, are joining the Fulston family and we look forward to welcoming you to this community.
Applications are invited from experienced teachers or newly qualified teachers who possess the skills, enthusiasm, and commitment necessary to ensure our students succeed and develop in our nurturing community.
The starting date for this post will be either January 2022 or April 2022. If you are interested and would like to apply please complete the school’s application form and send this in to the Headteacher with a covering letter (email acceptable). Applications by CV will not be accepted.
For any further information, however, please do not hesitate to contact the school; you are, of course, most welcome to visit.
A job description and person specification is attached for further details.
We reserve the right to withdraw the advertisement early and to interview candidates during the advertisement window; candidates are therefore encouraged to apply at their earliest convenience.
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’