Arthur Mellows Village College

Delivering learning for life within an aspirational culture

Teacher of Design and Technology – KS3 Co-Ordinator

September 2024 or sooner 

TLR2D £3,214 

An R&R allowance may be available for the right candidate 

This is an exciting opportunity as KS3 Co-ordinator, to be part of a dynamic, well resourced, and friendly team and to make a difference in a school where teaching is a pleasure. An R&R may be available for the right candidate. 

At Arthur Mellows Village College: 

  • Students are well behaved and keen to learn. 
  • Design and Technology is enjoyed by students and its importance is recognised. 
  • Staff are friendly and supportive. 
  • Staff are provided with a laptop. 
  • New members of staff receive a dedicated programme of support. 
  • A good gym is available for staff to use after hours. 
  • Onsite car parking is free. 

The successful candidate will: 

  • Be ready to take on a new challenge. 
  • Have the ability to teach Technology across the age and ability range. 
  • Be a well-qualified, industrious team player who has a passion for Technology and the ability to bring it to life in the classroom. 

We are situated in a village location on the edge of Peterborough, with good transport links to London, the A1 and Stamford. If you are looking to relocate, the local villages and Peterborough itself have a good range of housing. Whether it is a quiet location, family friendly area or lively city living you are looking for, this is all within easy reach. 

We welcome applications from both ECTs and more experienced colleagues. An R&R may be available for the right candidate. We are happy to show you around the College and answer any questions you may have prior to you submitting an application, please email Sherrill Duberry at sduberry@arthurmellows.org 

If you believe you can make a difference in our outstanding school, please apply by: 

Noon on Wednesday 28 February 2024 

An application form is available in the application pack below. 

The Four Cs MAT is committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments involve regulated activity and are subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure, Barred Check List and two successful references. Online searches are carried out on all shortlisted candidates.