Teaching staff opportunities
Current Job Vacancies
It is possible to apply for more than one position.
The Archer Academy seeks to appoint an outstanding, dynamic teacher of Science to join our high achieving, motivated and collaborative department.
The Science curriculum is rich, creative and academically rigorous. Our vision is that our students learn to think as real scientists. Challenging problem solving activities and questioning are embedded in our scheme of work. All lessons are taught in new, cutting edge laboratories. Over one third of our current Year 10 students elected to take Triple Science GCSE this year. Science is a very popular subject in the school and well supported by extra curricular activities.
The successful applicant will be an outstanding classroom teacher, passionate about their subject and committed to making a difference to young people.
This post is ideally suited to NQT applicants seeking to work in an excellent and forward thinking school. NQTs are well supported through a tailored training programme and extensive range of CPD
The Archer Academy seeks to appoint an outstanding, dynamic teacher of Physical Education to join our high achieving, motivated and collaborative department.
The Physical Education curriculum is exciting, active, creative and challenging. Our vision is that all students develop a lifelong love of support and exercise through extensive provision during their time at school. The school boasts significant competitive success across the sporting disciplines and is determined to further cement its reputation as a school of sporting excellence. Our new and state of the art facilities create the ideal sporting environment and see our students thrive. Physical Education is popular throughout the school and enhanced by a vast range of extra curricular opportunities.
The successful applicant will be an outstanding practitioner, passionate about their subject and committed to making a difference to young people.
This post is ideally suited to NQT applicants seeking to work in an excellent and forward thinking school. NQTs are well supported through a tailored training programme and extensive range of CPD. The ability to teach Science as an additional subject would be an advantage but not prohibitory.
About the school
The Archer Academy is a growing 11-16 secondary school which opened in September 2013 in East Finchley, serving families in the surrounding areas of North London. The school was created to meet the needs and desires of parents, primary school governors and the local community, for a first-choice, non-denominational, coeducational secondary school.
Our school provides students with an ambitious, rigorous and creative learning environment which enables them to flourish and succeed, encouraging and empowering them along their journey into adulthood. From the moment they arrive, they are challenged to aim high, think big and achieve more than they ever thought possible.
We strive for academic excellence, offering a curriculum which is both traditional and creative, providing specialism, range and depth in equal measure. We believe that our students perform best when they are motivated, involved and excited by their learning, and we work incredibly hard to ensure that the time they spend with us is enriching in every sense.
As we approach the end of our fourth year, the school is now firmly established, with a strong, experienced team in place. We are seeking to build capacity as our school continues to grow and we prepare for the future. Our pioneer year group will take their GCSEs in the summer of 2018. These roles represent a unique opportunity to join a school with the highest expectations for students and staff, and to help shape the continued growth and expansion of our school over the coming years.
We are looking for visionary school teachers with experience across years 7 to 11 resulting in high academic standards. You should thrive on responsibility and share our commitment to developing young people into analytical, creative and resilient learners. You must also have a proven record of excellent teaching that has resulted in raising standards within departments and across school.
The Archer Academy provides the unique opportunity for excellent and committed teachers to:
- continue to shape a new school, which has tremendous support from local families and the local community
- be part of a school that expands year-on-year giving you the chance to develop and grow as the school expands
- play a pivotal role on the future strategic development of the school through Key Stage Four
- develop and implement an exciting and ambitious curriculum, underpinned by high quality learning and teaching
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff to respect this commitment. These appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS/CRB check.\
Location: East Finchley, North London
Start date: September 2017
NOR: 600, rising to 750 by 2017
Age range: 11-16
What people say about our school:
“The behaviour of students is outstanding. There is a clear sense of the ‘Archer Way’ and students adopt those values in everything they do. Students demonstrate excellent attitudes to learning in lessons.” Ofsted, June 2015
“The richness of the academy’s curriculum is significant in relation to students’ progress. The diversity of subjects and themes, combined with skilled teaching, results in genuine challenge for students. This demanding curriculum encourages self-confident, assertive young people who are, largely, ambitious for their own success and that of their peers.” Ofsted, June 2015
“My overall impression is of care and consideration, sensitivity and high standards in every aspect.” Archer Academy parent, June 2016
“This is a “thinking school” as staff engage in a wide range of research before implementing practice.” Challenge Partners Review, December 2016
“The school’s mission statement based on the “Archer Way” underpins all aspects of school life. It is most apparent in the outstanding range of enrichment activities that the school provides for its pupils who are developing a keen interest in learning.” Challenge Partners Review, December 2016