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History Teacher

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Secondary school situated in North Manchester looking to appoint History teacher for permanent vacancy in September.

Teaching Personnel are working alongside our partner secondary school to secure a History teacher for an open gap within their Humanities department from September 2019.

  • September 2019 start, full time History teaching post
  • Career progression opportunities and access to CPD programmes
  • Earn up to £39,406 per annum, dependant on experience
  • Excellent facilities within modern secondary school
  • Supportive Faculty lead and welcoming department

Whilst working at our client secondary school, the successful History teacher will work alongside a number of experienced Humanities practitioners in supporting the delivery of History lessons for the upcoming academic year, along with ensuring those sitting end of year examinations are well prepared to achieve their potential. The post will be a full History timetable in which the successful History teacher will be responsible for teaching across Years 7 - 11 following the AQA curriculum. Whilst behaviour is good at the school, the school will want applicants to have a firm approach to classroom management and the ability to build rapport with students.

Highlights of the school;

  • Leadership and Management judged to be 'Good' by Ofsted in most recent inspection
  • Excellent facilities throughout including interactive learning spaces
  • On-site parking and good access for non-drivers via public transport
  • Excellent NQT programme and access to CPD for all staff
  • Above average number of students making expected levels of progress
  • Strong climate for learning in successful school

Any History teachers interested in this post are urged to apply within by sending their CV and a recent covering letter. For those seeking further information, please call on the number below and speak to Miles at Manchester North Secondary.

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

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

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