Teacher of Drama / Head of Drama

We are looking for either a NQT who has the potential become our Head of Drama after one year or an experienced teacher who is looking to lead a department.

Starting Date:  Either 1st September or 1st November 2020
Closing Date for application: Tuesday 7th July 9.00 am
Salary: Inner London Salary TLR 2a (£2,796)

Greenford High School is a key member of the Ealing Teaching School Alliance and has a long history of offering excellent CPD programmes, collaboration with other schools, personalised coaching and an outstanding record of career progression and promotion.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a highly successful, oversubscribed, mixed, multi-cultural comprehensive high school in West London.  We are looking for either a NQT who has the potential become our Head of Drama after one year or an experienced teacher who is looking to lead a department. The successful candidate would oversee our small, but growing department, our popular GCSE course, plus our Drama productions and KS3 lessons. Recent experience in teaching drama at GCSE is essential. This post is open to more established practitioners and to NQTs, who may take on the leadership of the area after the first year. A TLR of 2a (£2796) is available, either initially or at a later stage.  

We offer:
●    Greenford High School is a key member of the Ealing Teaching School Alliance and has a long history of offering excellent CPD programmes, collaboration with other schools, personalised coaching and an outstanding record of career progression and promotion.
●    We have a great record of developing NQTs, training over 30 student teachers each year and partnering Teach First in hosting and delivering CPD for their teachers.
●    A vibrant, flourishing Post 16 Centre of 550 students, with many A Level classes.
●    Friendly, dynamic and enthusiastic colleagues.
●    Excellent modern facilities and interactive technology in a well-resourced, new school, with a new KS3 building which has just opened.
●    The opportunity for flexible working where possible.

Other benefits include: generous non-contact time; small class sizes wherever possible; assistance for those taking Masters and further degrees; a partnership with the Institute of Education and Teach First; many colleagues taking Teaching Leaders courses, Future Leaders, NPQML and NPQSL; the opportunity to train and mentor student teachers and Teach First; a dedicated and supportive pastoral team; guaranteed car parking spaces and bicycle storage; shared department workroom; an excellent library; access to sporting facilities and a fitness gym; Workplace Options scheme providing advice and support; staff social events and well-being sessions.