Teacher of Computer Science and ICT
Closing Date: Friday 16th February 2018 at 4.30pm
Maternity Cover - Fixed Term contract (1st Sept 2018 - 31st August 2019)


Maternity Cover - Fixed Term (1st Sept 2018 - 31st August 2019).

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, highly motivated and inspirational teacher of Computer Science and ICT within a very successful department.
The successful candidate will be:

  • An excellent practitioner with a passion for Computer Science and ICT
  • Committed to the highest standard of achievement for all students.
  • An outstanding communicator with excellent interpersonal skills.
  • An enthusiastic team-player, self-motivated and committed to further professional development.

The Computer Studies, ICTT and Business Department is thriving and has a reputation for excellent and dynamic teaching and learning. Achievement is strong and the post offers a superb opportunity for an energetic teacher with excellent skills to develop further within a positive and supportive environment. It is suitable for an experienced teacher or someone at the start of their career. 

All staff that join the school benefit from a carefully structured programme of training and support and are provided with a school iPad.

The closing date is 4.30pm on Friday 16th February 2018. Job packs are available to download from our website www.churchillcommunitycollege.org. Please use the information to outline your strengths and teaching philosophy. You should also say how you could contribute to the development of ICT teaching at Churchill Community College. Completed applications should be returned to Heather Bell, Headteacher’s PA, via email:  heather.bell@ntlp.org.uk  or by post:

Churchill Community College
Churchill Street
Tyne and Wear
NE28 7TN

Anyone wishing to visit the ICT department can do so on Friday 9th February at 11.10am or 2.30pm.  Please contact Heather Bell to book a visit.


Ofsted Said:

Churchill Community College is an OUTSTANDING provider of education to young people and prepares them extremely well for their future. '

' All groups of students make OUTSTANDING progress and leave Year 11 with GCSE results well above those found nationally.'

' Teachers have high expectations throughout the college and aspire for their students to do well
in everything they do; setting challenging targets and building strong relationships that allow
students to respond well. '

' The college is determined that its teachers are the very best in what they do and the depth and spread of professional development on offer to staff is extremely high. Teachers respond well to this and work hard to develop their skills. '

' Students are mature and confident learners because they know that staff want the best for them. They are confident about the skills and knowledge of teachers so that they are happy to engage and learn from them.'

' Students are extremely safe in the college and their behaviour is OUTSTANDING. Their attitudes to learning are very high. Students overwhelmingly say they feel safe and tell inspectors that bullying is rare and if it ever happens it is dealt with immediately.

' Governors and senior leaders set themselves extremely high standards. The breadth of experience
and skills of the governing body are wide and they challenge leaders well. '

' The headteacher, head of school, senior leaders and middle leaders all share the vision to provide the best for students and the desire to continue to drive improvement in the quality of teaching and student achievement.'


Job Summary
Job Type Teachers of Computer Science & ICT
Additional Documents:
Covering Letter
Job Description
Person Specification
Application Form
Department Brochure


How to Apply
If you require any further details regarding this post or have difficulty downloading the application pack please contact Heather Bell,

E-mail: heather.bell@ntlp.org.uk, Telephone: 0191 234 7200, Post: Churchill Community College, Churchill Street, Wallsend, Tyne & Wear, NE28 7TN

Employer Information:

Churchill Community College is a Secondary School in North Tyneside, with 834 students aged between 11-18.