The King Edward VI School
25th Jan 2024
We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and committed teacher from September 2024. The post would suit an ECT or a more experienced colleague. The successful applicant will be able to teach GCSE Physics. This role will provide significant professional development, academic challenge and the opportunity to work within a vibrant learning community.
In May 2014 Ofsted judged the school to be outstanding in all categories. As a designated teaching school, we provide high-quality
professional development, supporting induction, teaching, leadership and wellbeing.
The Cheviot Learning Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and a satisfactory enhanced DBS check is required for the successful candidate.
An online search will be undertaken on all shortlisted candidates.
Please visit the school’s website for further details about this post http://kevi.cheviotlt.co.uk/
Closing date: 12 noon on 25 January 2024
The King Edward VI School
Cheviot Learning Trust was created in 2023 from
a merger of Tyne Community Learning Trust and
Three Rivers Learning Trust. The new Trust will
enable our high quality staff from across all of our
schools to cooperate through professional and
innovative networks that develop the educational
excellence all of our students deserve. We educate
over 5500 students across 18 schools between the
ages of 2 and 19 and employ over 750 staff. We
are a charity supported by over 150 governance
volunteers who hold us to account in their role
as critical friends. We are proud Northumbrians;
more than happy to welcome schools to join
us from inside or outside Northumberland. All
of the schools have a long and proud history of
providing an excellent education service to their
local populations. We are seen locally as a centre
of educational excellence and were selected
to be the Teaching School Hub for Newcastle,
Northumberland & North Tyneside. We recognise
the mutual benefits to our Learning Trust through
reciprocal staff development opportunities,
training events, and the generation of new ways
of working through system leadership. Through
our teaching, we aim to equip children with the
skills, knowledge and understanding necessary
to be able to make informed choices about the
important things in their lives. We believe that
appropriate teaching and learning experiences
help children to lead happy and rewarding lives.