Teacher of Chemistry
M1 to UPS3 (dependent on experience)
Emmanuel College Gateshead – One of the nation’s top comprehensives
Emmanuel College is a highly oversubscribed 11-19 City Technology College with a national reputation for excellence. GCSE and A level results are amongst the highest in the country, and students benefit from a biblical Christian ethos which emphasises care for individuals, pursuit of character and personal best. Ofsted have consistently graded Emmanuel Outstanding throughout its twenty-nine-year history.
Joining a large and vibrant department, you will be an enthusiastic teacher with the vision and commitment to teach Chemistry to GCSE and A level (depending on specialism and experience).
For an application pack and further information, please visit http://www.emmanuelcollege.org.uk/opportunities/staff-vacancies/ call Mrs Brown on 0191 460 2099 or email email@example.com
Closing date: Monday 29 April 2019, 10.00 am.
We take our responsibilities to safeguard children very seriously and the successful applicant will be required to undertake an Enhanced DBS check.
Emmanuel College is a City Technology College for nearly 1400 students aged between 11 and 19. Emmanuel College exists to impart wisdom to the next generation by educating young men and women in a culture which prioritises the pursuit of truth and the development of character. We are a school with a distinctive Christian character but our community is made up of students, staff and parents who hold many different religious and ideological positions and unite around our core beliefs and core values.
We value academic excellence and each year see many of our students leave to take up places at some of the world’s top universities, but we hold personal best to be of far greater importance. It is our experience that by developing a strong work ethic, holding a growth rather than fixed mind-set, and being provided with outstanding tuition, students may go on to achieve considerably more than they might have imagined possible.
We seek to be intentional about character education, our aim being that our students will, in the future, become servant-hearted leaders. Students starting here encounter consistent rules, role models and traditions, which help them feel part of the Emmanuel family and to begin to take responsibility for others. As students grow older we expect more of them and in the Sixth Form expect our students to take on at least one formal leadership role in College as well as beginning to serve in the wider community. All Emmanuel students and staff members can expect to be involved in at least one co-curricular activity. A professional approach to management, accountability, appraisal and financial control is expected of every member of staff.
The College GCSE results place us amongst the very best non-selective, co-educational, comprehensive schools in the country with a 2018 progress 8 figure of +0.51, 88% of students achieving grade 4 or higher in English and mathematics, 63% of students achieving grade 5 or higher in English and mathematics and average points in the English Baccalaureate of 5.24. At A Level Emmanuel has also been ranked amongst the top comprehensive schools, with 68% of all grades at grade A* to B, and a 100% pass rate.
In the 27-year history of Emmanuel College we have received five full OfSTED inspections and three additional OfSTED survey visits. Each time College has been graded ‘Outstanding’. The full text of the most recent inspection reports can be found on our website and that of OfSTED.
Emmanuel College is one of four schools within the Emmanuel Schools Foundation, which seeks to contribute to economic regeneration, prosperity in the north-east, and quality of community life through its work with young people. In April 2014 the College was designated as a National Teaching School in recognition of its outstanding performance and its track record of raising standards through supporting other schools.Visit School Website