TLR 2C – £6,449

Start Date 1 September 2017

Have you got the commitment, drive, ambition and leadership qualities to lead a vibrant and successful Geography Department? Do you want to work in an Outstanding School?

If so, we are seeking to appoint a highly effective classroom practitioner to lead, sustain and further develop our highly committed team of professionals who already achieve excellent GCSE results. If successful, you will be working in our Humanities Faculty, leading a team of 7 specialist Geography teachers who are determined to develop and further improve the teaching of Geography for all abilities.  Approximately 60% of students at WRC study Geography at Key Stage 4.

This is an exciting opportunity for you as an effective practitioner to shape and develop your career in a highly supportive College environment. You will be provided with the best resourcing and a programme of professional development that will enable our learners to access consistently good and outstanding teaching.

Wright Robinson College is outstanding in every area of the Ofsted Inspection Frame work. As an ‘Outstanding School’ we are totally committed to continuing to further raise academic standards and attainment, across an academic curriculum, for the community we serve.

We have a fantastic building which is supported by the latest resources to support learning. We are located on the east side of Manchester with fantastic communication links across the Greater Manchester conurbation.

Wright Robinson is a friendly and supportive school where you will be able to hone and develop your teaching and leadership skills.

Have you got the desire, qualities, experience and ambition to join Team Wright Robinson? If so, we would be delighted to hear from you.

Teaching Application Form

Head of Geography JD

Head of Geography Person Spec 1

The Closing Date for completed applications is 9.00 am on Friday 19 May 2017. Interviews will be held on 23 May 2017

Applicants should return their completed application forms electronically to

Wright Robinson Safeguarding Commitment

Every employee, volunteer and student on placement who has regular contact with children and/or vulnerable adults, are required to comply fully with legislative requirements and Wright Robinson College policies and practices to ensure that our learners are safeguarded and protected. All staff are required to complete a Disclosure and Barring Service application form. Offers of employment will be declined when it is felt that safeguarding of our learners is compromised. The staff and Governing Body of Wright Robinson College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and perform their duties to fulfil this important objective. Wright Robinson College is committed to ensuring that every pupil achieves their full academic potential.