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Pay: MPS Start Date: Sep 2018 As Folkestone All Age Academy moves into its second decade, we are re-energising the founder's vision of equity and excellence for all pupils. We will deliver exceptional education in Folkestone from cradle to career, from Kindergarten to University, Apprenticeships and beyond. In order to deliver this vision, we are looking to recruit exemplary candidates. You will be: An outstanding classroom practitioner in your specialist subject with a proven record in raising student attainment and proficient in teaching at different Key Stages A Qualified teacher with QTS status including NQTs Passionate about providing every child with the support, tools and capacity to make outstanding progress in all areas. A creative, inventive and dedicated classroom practitioner with a real passion for your subject In return we will offer you: A professional, hardworking and supportive team of staff with the capability and desire to raise student achievement even further Enthusiastic students who are willing to learn and are proud of their learning environment The opportunity to develop in a supported and structured environment Opportunities for further promotion for talented colleagues If you are an ambitious professional, an advocate for all children and you believe in helping and challenging others to realise their potential, this could be the right position for you. We are committed to ensuring the continuous development of all our staff and enabling them to progress through enriching opportunities within the school and across the Trust. For our ethos and values, please see our website. Please contact Caroline Dominguez on if you have any enquiries. Folkestone All Age Academy is part of an innovative new trust - Turner Schools - striving to ensure that its schools are places where children thrive and knowledge matters. Turner Schools is committed to safeguarding children and promoting their welfare. It expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Any appointment is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check, including checks against the barred list. Join our mission: #seachange Closing Date: 26/09/2018 at 12:00 Interviews: To be confirmed Information about the school Turner Schools is committed to leading schools where children thrive and knowledge matters. Our Ethos: We are schools with HEART H: High Expectations - of yourself, of others, including in terms of aspiration for the community and children we serve, conduct and standards in the widest sense E: Enthusiasm - in attitude and to nurture it in others be they pupils/students, parents or colleagues; an A: Academic subject-based curriculum - tried and tested subjects delivered in coherent sequence R: Reading for all - achieving chronological reading age as well as love of this enabling and vital skill; and T: Teamwork - recognising that 'team' beats individual and that together we can achieve more than we can alone. Our School and all its personnel are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service. KTJ1
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About us London's eight Royal Parks are some of the best-loved and most beautiful spaces in the world managed by the new Royal Parks charity, which was established in March 2017. The parks are enjoyed by millions of Londoners and visitors to the city each year. The parks provide 5,000 acres of urban parkland and unparalleled opportunities for enjoyment, exploration and healthy living in the capital. About the role The Royal Parks employs staff involved in diverse roles including wildlife conservation and ecology, arboriculture and landscape management, volunteering, event liaison and project management. We are currently seeking an experienced Head of Ecology to join our team in Richmond Park on a 12 month fixed term contract. This is your chance to promote the ecological management of the Royal Parks to protect, conserve and enhance their natural environment and biodiversity. You will lead the gathering and management of biodiversity information and facilitate data exchange with partner organisations, volunteers and stakeholders. About you You will need to hold a degree in wildlife conservation or environmental studies, preferably a post-graduate qualification, with in-depth experience in the field of wildlife conservation. You will have the ability to organise and represent TRP in partnerships including presenting at conferences and workshops. You will also have experience of managing and motivating staff and volunteers. To apply To apply for this role candidates should apply online on The Royal Parks Careers website via the button below. If you have any queries, please email. No CVs or covering letters will be accepted. Closing date: Sunday, 30 th September 2018. Interviews will be held on 10 th October 2018.