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Citizenship/PSHE Teacher

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Teacher of Citizenship/PSHE

Are you dedicated and passionate professional capable of delivering engaging Citizenship/PSHE lessons at KS3 and KS4?

  • Maternity cover commencing July 2019 - December 2019
  • Introduction to an Ofsted Good secondary school in Tameside
  • Opportunity to earn a school contract through an introduction by Teaching Personnel
  • Salary to reflect MPS/UPS (£23,720 - £39,406)
  • Ongoing CPD and opportunities to develop your professional practice

Due to an upcoming maternity cover, Teaching Personnel are looking for an inspirational teacher of Citizenship/PSHE to join our forward thinking, innovative and welcoming client school in Tameside.

The successful Citizenship/PSHE teacher will join a hard working and dedicated Humanities department from July 17th 2019 and will be required until December 2019. They will be responsible for delivering engaging Citizenship and PSHE lessons across Key Stages 3 and 4. We are looking for a passionate teacher that has high standards of teaching and learning as our client school has exceptional exam results and is moving from strength to strength.

This is a full time position with the appropriate PPA time. Planning, marking and assessment and attend parents' evening will be involved as required.

Our partner school is an oversubscribed, 11-16, mixed comprehensive school and is situated in Tameside to the east of Manchester and is close to the borders with Stockport and the Peak District. The school offers excellent facilities, a friendly and supportive environment and opportunities for professional development. In their most recent Ofsted inspection, the school was judged to be good in all areas including quality of teaching, behaviour of pupils and leadership and management.

This is an excellent opportunity for a Newly Qualified Teacher or an experienced teacher looking for their next role.

To apply for this position, please upload your CV for consideration. For further information on this position, please contact the Manchester Secondary branch on 0161 242 1794.

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