[New Job Opening] Teacher of Computer Science job Vacancy in Stephen Perse Foundation Senior School, Cambridgeshire

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Company name : Stephen Perse Foundation Senior School
Position Name :
Teacher of Computer Science
Location:
Cambridgeshire
Job ID :
78c5fcaf8104728d
Description : At the Stephen Perse Foundation everyone is a learner. While our students enjoy the benefits of a creative and innovative learning environment, our teachers strive to inspire and engage through using a wide range of pedagogical approaches.
We want every teacher to offer the very best in teaching and learning to our students and this will inevitably, and perhaps even increasingly, involve the digital world. We are iPad 1-to-1 from 11 to 18 and our Junior Schools and Pre-Preps use class sets. We are a leader in the use of digital technology within the classroom and are one of a select number of schools in the UK to be an Apple Distinguished School. This helps us to support our teachers and learners to have an appropriate use of these technologies.
We don’t need you to be a fluent or confident user of technology before you start working with us but we will want you to have an agile and ambitious mind-set that is open to adopting new techniques. Training and support is offered on a regular basis as part of formal and informal CPD and is focused on student learning.
About Computing at the Stephen Perse Foundation
A new Computational Thinking programme for KS3 was introduced in September 2017, and both iGCSE and A Level Computer Science are now on the curriculum, leading to the expansion of the department as we help to prepare students for their future worlds. The Stephen Perse Foundation’s aim is to embed creativity and computational thinking to help students to understand and change the world.
Pupils are involved in a wide variety of coding related activities. Younger pupils do a variety of visual coding activities and unplugged activities. Later on, pupils have been creating a variety of programs in Python and Swift. They have also designed various games in Scratch and using the Raspberry Pi both within curriculum time and also as part of such initiatives as Astro-Pi. We enter our students into the annual Bebras Computational Thinking Competition with almost 100 students making it into the top 10% bracket of the country and this cohort and more previously qualified students taking part in the Oxford Computing Challenge in March
The extra-curricular provision of Computer Science is as vibrant as the lessons, with trips to Google, Amazon, Arm and other industry leaders as well as to such local events as the FXP festival, talks and sessions at the Computing museum. Our students compete in competitions in the areas of cryptography, cyber security, robotics, game design and more to extend and enthuse about the opportunities in Computer Science, and the club and enrichment provision continues to grow.
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