Deputy Curriculum Leader for Science

Job Summary
Contract Type:
Working Pattern:
Full time
Advert Start Date:
Advert End Date:
23/06/2024 23:59
Main/Upper Pay Range £30,000 - £46,525 per annum
TLR 2b - Current value £5,349 per annum
Job Category:
Schools - Teaching
Vacancy ID:
Employment Location:
St Hild's Church of England School, King Oswy Drive, Hartlepool, TS24 9PB
Number of posts:
Closing date:
23 Jun
Further Information
This is an exciting and highly rewarding opportunity to lead in an innovative and exciting department to improve educational outcomes for children. The school is seeking to appoint a qualified, enthusiastic and experienced teacher to the role of Deputy Curriculum Leader in Science at St Hild’s Church of England School.

We are looking for a teacher who can inspire and influence and who has:
  • Proven track record and skills to support the leadership of the Science department.
  • Experience of contributing to the design and evaluation of the curriculum.
  • Effective classroom management skills with evidence of designing and teaching lessons that are personalised to learner needs.
  • Highest expectation of achievement, attainment, behaviour and ethos, with a willingness to contribute to whole school activities.
Our school is one of seven primary and secondary schools within the NEAT Academy Trust family of schools. At the heart of our trust is the aim to nurture, educate, achieve and transform the lives of all young people within the communities we serve across the North East. We have a national research school, which aims to build and strengthen networks of schools throughout the region and help them access effective education research and implement it in everyday practice.

St Hild’s Church of England School is in an exciting phase of its development and has high ambition for its pupils. With a strong Christian ethos, we work effectively across the whole community to improve and enrich the lives of children.

We are incredibly proud to be an inclusive school with a higher than average number of children who have additional needs. As a result, we prioritise high quality classroom teaching and provide bespoke support where appropriate.

In return we offer:
  • A positive and caring Christian ethos.
  • A team of hardworking, dedicated and friendly staff where everyone is valued.
  • A commitment to continuing professional development.
  • The benefit of working in a highly collaborative multi academy trust.
  • Great opportunities for continuing professional development and career pathway across the trust.
  • Membership of the Teachers' Scheme which the trust also contributes to on your behalf
  • Recognition of previous service with other schools, academies, local government etc.
  • Access to an Employee Assistance Programme (EAP), delivered by Health Assured – the UK and Irelands leading wellbeing provider
Interested? If you would like to join us and feel you could thrive here, then please read the accompanying job description and person specification and click apply now to complete an online application form no later than midnight on Sunday 23rd June 2024. 

NEAT Academy Trust are committed to safer recruitment practice and promoting the welfare of children and expects staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This position is exempt from the provisions of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and a satisfactory Enhanced DBS from the Disclosure and Barring Service is required as part of pre-employment checks.  For shortlisted candidates, we will conduct an online search as part of our screening.