So now you know what teaching in Luton is all about - it's time to get your foot in the door. Here you'll find our top tips for completing your application form. Good Luck!
Read the supporting statement question carefully and ensure you answer it fully.
The supporting statement is your opportunity to tell the panel that you are the person for the job – you have the experience and skills to meet their needs. By illustrating the criteria outlined in the person specification, with relevant examples of evidence and impact from your career to date, the panel should be excited to meet you and hear more about how you can add value to their school.
You have one shot at securing yourself an interview – to convince the panel of:
• What you have done in the past
• What you are doing in your current role that is useful to them
• Your vision for the future
• How your strengths and skills can add value to the new school
• How your experiences to date can be used in the new context