Staff Vacancies

Plymouth School of Creative Arts requires the following posts:



Teaching role required for our Key Stage 3-4 studio
1 x Teacher specialising in Design & Technology (0.8 FTE) covering
adoption leave (required ASAP until Easter 2020)
(MPS-UPS depending on experience) closing date: noon on 03 June 2019,
Interviews to be held on 10 June 2019

We are looking for the above role to join our strong and passionate team. The post provide a great opportunity for someone that is keen to add
their own talents into an inspirational and highly motivated team.

Plymouth School of Creative Arts is a 3 -16 mainstream, city centre,
all-through school sponsored by Plymouth College of Art. We opened our Primary phase in September 2013, and our Secondary phase in
September 2014. Our initial intake comprised 94 students (Reception and Year One). We now have over one thousand students in the school,
from Preschool to Year 11.

Applicants should have a commitment to their own learning and be able
to adapt to changing and individual needs. In return, we will provide the support, encouragement and resources to help us all achieve great things
together.

An enhanced DBS disclosure is required for this post. We are committed
to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people,and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

We recommend you visit if at all possible, so that you can fully appreciatethe distinctiveness of the school.
Please ring 01752 221927 to book onto a visit. Please see the documents
below to support your application. Completed application forms should
be returned by e-mail to hr@schoolofcreativearts.co.uk by midday on the
closing dates stated against the role above.

Please ensure you detail the job title of the position you are choosing to apply for.

Application Form
Job description


Technician specialising in PE role required for our Key Stage 3-4
studio


1 x Technician specialising in PE (37 hours a week, 39 weeks a year) 
Required in September 2019 (Grade C)
Closing date noon on 3 June  2019. 
Interviews to take place on Monday 10 June 2019


Join the KS3-4 studio team at Plymouth School of Creative Arts and you
will be part of a rigorous, vibrant, supportive department.  You’ll also
work across an exciting and creative school, with a commitment to high
quality pastoral work,  Project Based Learning and the foregrounding of
the Arts and a creative curriculum at a time when these areas are under
threat nationally. At PSCA we are driven by providing a holistic educationto improve the outcomes of a diverse cohort of children and families.  


Plymouth School of Creative Arts is a dynamic and exciting school to
work in. The staff team are highly committed to the school and to the
wider school team. Staff have exceptional relationships with students
and the local community. Recent changes in the school’s leadership and
ongoing improvements to the organisation make this a positive time to
join the team. 


Our school’s purpose is all about the transformation of students’ lives
and their life opportunities. We intend that our students will achieve
both the academic qualifications and the ‘21st century skills’ (the
knowledge, skills, work habits and character traits) they will need to be
successful in today’s world. We want our students to be the best they can be; young people who are creative, confident,resilient and critical
thinkers, able to contribute positively to the world in which they live. This is whyour school’s purpose can be summarised in four words;
Creating Individuals, Making Futures.

An enhanced DBS disclosure is required for this post. We are committed
to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people,and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Further information about our school is available on this website. We
recommend you visit if at all possible, so that you can fully appreciate thedistinctiveness of the school. Please ring 01752 221927 to book onto a
visit. 


Completed application forms should be returned by e-mail to
hr@schoolofcreativearts.co.uk by

Job Description

Application Form




1 x Teacher specialising in English (1.0 FTE) required in September 2019 (MPS £23,720-£35,008) closing date: noon on 17 May 2019 with
interviews taking place on Wednesday 22 May 2019

Plymouth School of Creative Arts is seeking to appoint  an enthusiastic,
inspiring teacher who can bring English to life and create a nurturing
learning environment, within which everyone can reach their full
potential.  
Join the KS3-4 English team of 6 teachers and 2 HTLAs at Plymouth
School of Creative Arts and you will be part of a rigorous, vibrant,
supportive department.  We’ve recently expanded our teaching resource
in English which has subsequently allowed us to collectively distribute
the workload of the department.  You’ll also work across an exciting and
creative school, with a commitment to high quality pastoral work, 
Project Based Learning and the foregrounding of the Arts and a creative
curriculum at a time when these areas are under threat nationally. At
PSCA we are driven by providing a holistic education to improve the
outcomes of a diverse cohort of children and families.   

We have a strong team focus and believe in working collaboratively,
sharing ideas and supporting each other to achieve great things and see
this as the key to further developing innovative teaching and learning
strategies. The ideal candidate will be able to teach across the ability
range for KS3 and KS4, and a real interest in research and developing
teaching and learning is also important.  Applicants must have prior
experience in  delivering GCSE English Language and Literature, have
good knowledge of the specification, an ongoing commitment to
professional development and have excellent subject knowledge.

 This is an excellent opportunity for someone to join a free school which is committed to providing innovative education fit for the 21st century. 
All colleagues take on responsibility within the Department, supporting
curriculum development such as reviewing and updating Schemes of
Learning, supporting Initial Teacher Training and/or providing targeted
support for students. The ethos of the department is to encourage the joy of the subject, promoting engagement and intrinsic motivation by leading all learning with a conceptual approach. Schemes of Learning and
pedagogical strategies are continually reviewed in order that students
receive the most relevant and effective classroom practice.

Our school’s purpose is all about the transformation of students’ lives
and their life opportunities. We intend that our students will achieve
both the academic qualifications and the ‘21st century skills’ (the
knowledge, skills, work habits and character traits) they will need to be
successful in today’s world. We want our students to be the best they can be; young people who are creative, confident,resilient and critical
thinkers, able to contribute positively to the world in which they live.
This is why our school’s purpose can be summarised in four words;  Creating Individuals, Making Futures.

Working at Plymouth School of Creative Arts:  PSCA is a dynamic and
exciting school to work in. The staff team are highly committed to the
school and to the wider school team. Staff have exceptional relationships with students and the local community. Recent changes in the school’s
leadership and ongoing improvements to the organisation make this a
positive time to join the team. 

What are we looking for in you?  To be successful, you need to be a
qualified teacher who is passionate and knowledgeable about your
subject and possesses the ability to teach consistently to a high standard. Whether you are an early career teacher  or an expert teacher, we focus on what attributes you will bring to the department and most
importantly what impact you will have on our students.

As a school, we feel it is important to hire for the right attitude which is why we look for teachers that are highly organised, enthusiastic, focused and resilient to the day to day pressures that teaching brings. 
Diversity at our core:  As a school, we are passionate about diversity and recognise that as individuals we all bring something unique to the role
regardless of age, gender, race, beliefs or disabilities which is why we treat all of our people equally, without compromise.  

An enhanced DBS disclosure is required for this post. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Further information about our school is available on this website. We
recommend you visit if at all possible, so that you can fully appreciate thedistinctiveness of the school.
Please ring 01752 221927 to book onto a visit. 

Completed application forms should be returned by e-mail to hr@schoolofcreativearts.co.uk by midday on Friday 17 May 2019.

Job Description
PSCA Application form




1 x Teacher specialising in Computer Science (1.0 FTE) required in September 2019 (MPS-UPS depending on experience) closing date: noon on 16 May 2019

Computer Science Secondary Teacher JD
PSCA Application form

1 x Teacher specialising in Music (1.0 FTE) covering maternity leave from September 2019 (MPS) closing date noon on 16 May 2019

Music 2019 JD (maternity cover) JD
PSCA Application form

1 x Technician specialising in Culinary Arts (37 hours a week, 39 weeks a year)  required in September 2019 (Grade C) closing date noon on 22 May 2019

Culinary Art Technician 2019 JD
PSCA Application form

Join the KS3-4 studio team at Plymouth School of Creative Arts and you will be part of a rigorous, vibrant, supportive department.  You’ll also work across an exciting and creative school, with a commitment to high quality pastoral work,  Project Based Learning and the foregrounding of the Arts and a creative curriculum at a time when these areas are under threat nationally. At PSCA we are driven by providing a holistic education to improve the outcomes of a diverse cohort of children and families.  




We are looking for the above roles to join our strong and passionate team.  The posts provide a great opportunity for someone that is keen to add their own talents into an inspirational and highly motivated team. 

Plymouth School of Creative Arts is a 3 -16 mainstream, city centre, all-through school sponsored by Plymouth College of Art. We opened our Primary phase in September 2013, and our Secondary phase in September 2014. 

Our initial intake comprised 94 students (Reception and Year One). We now have over one thousand students in the school, from Preschool to Year 11.

Applicants should have a commitment to their own learning and be able to adapt to changing and individual needs. In return, we will provide the support, encouragement and resources to help us all achieve great things together.

An enhanced DBS disclosure is required for this post. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

We recommend you visit if at all possible, so that you can fully appreciate the distinctiveness of the school. Please ring 01752 221927 to book onto a visit.

Completed application forms should be returned by e-mail to hr@schoolofcreativearts.co.uk by midday on the closing dates stated against each role above. Please ensure you detail the job title of the position you are choosing to apply for. 





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