Teacher of Art - Full Time
We are seeking a dynamic, innovative and inspirational full-time teacher of Art to join our highly successful school from September 2021.
The art department at SLGGS strives for excellence and innovation, recognised this year in our achievement of The Prince’s Teaching Institute Subject Leadership Mark. We wholeheartedly recognise the impact of the arts on pupil development and emotional well-being and set out to challenge and support our students in equal measure. Our art curriculum is diverse, exploring media and techniques in two and three dimensions and we encourage our students to be ambitious and daring as they develop and create their work. There are additional enrichment opportunities on offer such as Arts Award Silver and in planning and contributing to our annual ArtsFest. As an Artsmark Gold school, our aim is to ignite a genuine sense of engagement, which enables an environment positively charged with creative possibilities.
The successful applicant must be passionate about their subject, degree educated with a confident knowledge and understanding of fine art practice, materials and techniques. Our focus is on building skills in drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture and ceramics so a specialist in one or more of these fields would be ideal. However, we would also welcome other innovative practitioners who may be able to offer an additional area of expertise to our department. A good working knowledge of art history and contextual studies is also desirable.
This would be an excellent opportunity to contribute and enhance a highly successful department in a brand-new school building with excellent art facilities. We require a committed and able practitioner who has the drive to maintain superb academic results, in addition to developing a thriving extra-curricular programme. This role is suitable for an experienced teacher or an NQT.
Simon Langton Girls’ Grammar School is a highly respected school that places students’ academic success on a par with their well-being, creating a learning community where every individual matters. This is reflected in our approach to teaching and learning and as a teacher of Art the successful candidate will be central to continuing to instil this ethos in our students.
We currently follow EdExcel (Fine Art) for both GCSE and A Level courses, details of which can be found on our website.
If you require further information please e-mail Mrs Elaine Wall, H.R. Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications: Mid-day Wednesday 7th April 2021
Please apply via Kent Teach HERE