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Geography NQT

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Geography NQT teaching role for KS3/KS4 –

September 2020.

Salary: GBP24,373 - GBP30,480 per annum.

Teaching Personnel are working alongside a Ofsted rated ‘Good’ Secondary school in Hemel to source  a passionate and energetic NQT Geography teacher for a post beginning September 2020.

The school, which was graded by Ofsted in 2016 as ‘Good’ are seeking a NQT Geography teacher for September to join their Humanities department.

The school are seeking an NQT as the Headteacher is keen to develop and grow teachers at the school to have a successful and structured career in teaching.

The Geography NQT for this post, must be a personable and motivated Humanities Teacher with a history of ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ teaching in your classroom observations with the ability to demonstrate exemplary classroom practice. You will need a strong knowledge of the subject specialism and be committed to student learning through engaging lessons; creativity is encouraged at this forward-thinking secondary school, nowhere more so than with this vibrant department.

As an Geography NQT at this school, you will be sharing the hallways with some outstanding teachers along with an assigned Geography NQT mentor. Working across Key Stage 3 and Key stage 4 you will be supported and guided throughout the comprehensive induction programme.

  • Geography NQT post – September 2020.
  • Full-time - Permanent Post.
  • Excellent Induction Programme – Geography teaching up to GCSE KS3/KS4.
  • Ofsted ‘Good’  Mixed Secondary School 
  • Geography teaching NQT – Main Pay Scale.

To apply for this role, you will join Teaching Personnel’s NQT pool – meaning you can benefit from many aspects of CPD to help build you career in teaching. Below are just a few of these free benefits.

The members of the Teaching Personnel NQT Pool will receive free access to six online support packs provided by our sister company Best Practice Network.

Each pack contains six hours of content aligned to both the Teacher Standards and Early Career Framework and are designed to support the practice of Teachers.

  • Pedagogy and Practice
    • This supports your classroom practice and helps you promote pupil progress by applying an understanding of the way children learn.
    • Assessment
      • This supports the use of effective and appropriate methods of assessment to promote pupil progress and improve outcomes.
      • This supports your behaviour management helping you to set high expectations and create a supportive learning environment for all pupils.
      • This pack will help to develop inclusive practice to support all pupils effectively including those with special educational needs.
      • This pack supports in fulfilling wider school responsibilities as you develop effective professional relationships with parents and colleagues.
  • Behaviour
  • Special Educational Needs
  • Professional Behaviours

Teaching Personnel are committed to supporting Newly Qualified Teachers through the Autumn term. If you are looking for your first teaching role in Hertfordshire, give us a call today to find out which exciting opportunities we have available for you.


All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.

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