Brockington College is a highly successful – school with 1, students currently on roll. Students attending the school mainly live in the catchment villages of Enderby, Narborough, Huncote, Thurlaston and Croft, and the school is a popular choice for students from a wide out of catchment area, from Leicester city to the north and Stoney Stanton to the south. 

We require a 0.4 FTE part time teacher of performing arts to join the current team on a permanent basis, commencing Autumn 3. This is an essential appointment for the college as an – school and the successful candidate will be required to teach performing arts across the age and ability range. Please refer to the performing arts faculty summary within the application pack for an overview of this dynamic department. For any teacher wanting to join a department where they will feel supported, challenged and inspired, the Brockington performing arts department is the perfect fit, and we welcome applications from all colleagues who believe in the ethos and vision of our school.

The appointment provides a fantastic opportunity for a suitably qualified candidate in a school that values its members of staff. Our members of staff are incredibly hard working and caring and we expect all employees to adopt these standards and support the values and ethos of the college, of which we are very proud.

Brockington College is a Church of England Academy, attended by students from a variety of faith backgrounds and our strong Christian ethos is the firm foundation for all that we do. Our facilities are ‘state-of-the-art’ and make a strong contribution to teaching standards and to student and staff well-being. Members of staff enjoy a range of CPD and INSET opportunities, a robust support system for ECTs, free car parking, weekly sports opportunities and voluntary prayer meetings, alongside other wellbeing opportunities The school runs a wide variety of enrichment opportunities for students, as well as a range of residential trips, which members of staff support both near and far, from the Forest of Dean and Norfolk to Iceland, Kenya and China.

If you would like to apply for this post, please complete the application form and equal opportunities monitoring form. The closing date for applications is Tuesday 9 May 3 at 9am . It is anticipated that interviews will take place shortly afterwards, with successfully shortlisted candidates informed by e-mail.

Find out more about this exciting opportunity by visiting our school website or viewing the documents below.

Applications will only be accepted on the form provided and CVs or other forms of application will not be considered. The college is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The post is considered to be regulated activity and as such subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring check. Additionally, applicants are to be aware that an overseas criminal record check, or certificate of good behaviour, will be required before appointment, from candidates who have lived overseas for a period of three months (including aggregated time), aged or over in the previous years. References will be requested for all shortlisted applicants before interview.

Embrace Multi Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and requires all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We believe that all individuals are of equal value and we are committed to equal opportunities for all, ensuring equality of opportunity in line with the Equality Act 0.