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Computer Science teaching post - Greenwich - September 2019

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Computer Science teaching post in Greenwich - September 2019 start.

Computer Science teaching role available in Greenwich based Secondary school for September 2019 start.

Computer Science Teacher - contract role - beginning in September 2019 for a academic year - great opportunity for NQT's.

Calling all Computer Science Teachers - are you a self-reliant and flexible Computer Science teacher who has the ability to build lasting relationships with pupils all over the school?

Do you often create fresh and exciting resources and want a school that support your wildest ideas?

…and do you believe that every child school be inspired by Computer Science?

This Greenwich based Secondary school is an expanding and highly regarded school and is looking for an exemplary Computer Science Teacher to join for September 2019

Job Description Computer Science Teacher:

  • Deliver Computer Science to KS3 & KS4 - 80% KS4
  • Support extra curriculum programme - App Club
  • Some contribution to ICT - but minimal
  • Permanent full time role to start September 2019
  • Earn Main Pay Scale £23, 720 to £35,008 per annum

Person Specification Computer Science Teacher:

  • Must have Computer Science teacher training with QTS
  • Trainee and experienced teacher welcome to apply
  • Must be an inspiring and innovative teacher

School Information Computer Science Teacher:

  • Good graded Secondary School KS3 to KS4
  • Very friendly and approachable leadership team
  • Great resources - excellent technology department
  • Highly regarded school - pupils are ready to learn
  • CPD and staff development programme for every teacher

Computer Science teaching post in Greenwich - September 2019 start.

If this sounds like a role for you, please send your CV today!

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