Curriculum Partner (Humanities)

Closing Date: 20th September 2021

The Education Achievement Service is seeking to appoint a highly effective teacher to the post of Curriculum Partner (Humanities).

Working as part of the wider school improvement team, the successful candidate will be responsible for helping raise standards of teaching and learning across the EAS region, with a particular focus on Humanities, using a range of approaches including through the development and monitoring of networks of professional practice. Individual applicants will need to have excellent classroom practice and knowledge of teaching and learning in the field of Humanities (or one of the constituent disciplines), including effective strategies for improvement and the ability to secure high levels of performance and progress for all groups of learners.  With a very good understanding of formative and summative assessment and secure understanding of national priorities in education, the successful applicant will be able to articulate a clear vision for improvement and approaches that lead to high quality learning and strong pupil progress.

Should you wish to discuss the position further, please contact Georgie Bevan, Principal Curriculum Partner on 07980 682 627.

Please note, candidates wishing to pursue the opportunity on a secondment basis must secure permission from their Governing Body/ Headteacher to be released from their school for the period of the secondment prior to applying, and this must be indicated in their completed application. At the end of the secondment period, the successful candidate will return to their school.

 You are welcome to submit your application in English or in Welsh. Each application will be treated equally. 

Curriculum Partner (Humanities) Job Description

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Closing Date:  12 noon on Monday 20 September 2021


The Education Achievement Service is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.

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Vacancy Details

Start Date: As soon as possible

Duration: Available on a permanent basis (Secondment until 31 August 2022 will also be considered).

Salary: Soulbury 11 – 14 (17), £49,295 to £53,209 (£57,114 inclusive of SPAs) or appropriate secondment rate.

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