About the role
We wish to appoint an enthusiastic Teacher of Business Studies and Economics to join our successful school.
The Business Studies department has six teachers including a Head of Business Studies and Second in Business Studies. Business Studies is a very strong department which is held in high regard by pupils and parents. Currently, 277 pupils study GCSE and BTEC Business, 33 pupils study BTEC Business Certificate/Diploma and 59 students study Business and Economics at AS/A-level.
The Broxbourne School is an 11 – 18, co-educational, friendly and heavily over-subscribed all ability Academy school of 1270 pupils with 214 A-level students. We are situated just north of the M25 close to the train station with a fast service to London and Cambridge.
In 2017, 80% of pupils achieved a standard pass (4+) in both English and maths. 85% of all students achieved 4+ in English and 86% achieved 4+ in maths. One in three grades were A*/A. Thirty five students achieved 8 or more A*/ A grades. Sixth form students achieved average points per subject entry of 38.4 points (nearly equivalent to a B grade). A third of all grades were A*/A and over two thirds were A*/B.
The school is committed to providing teachers with excellent resources, clerical support, LSA support and a disciplined environment. The school is committed to continuing professional development and will support teachers wishing to complete a Masters in Education. The school also operates an accelerated pay progression for exceptional teachers.
Further details and application form are available to download from the school website.
We are an Equal Opportunities employer. The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects anyone applying to work in our school to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to pre-employment checks, including a satisfactory enhanced criminal records with Barred List check through the Disclosure and Barring service.
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