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History Teacher

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Job description

Do you have a genuine passion for History and a desire to help young people develop their understanding of the subject?

A Stamford school is currently looking to appoint a successful History teacher dedicated to providing high quality learning to its pupils in order to ensure all students have the best opportunity possible to achieve their potential.

The school seeking the History teacher is committed to ensuring all pupils achieve their potential by reinforcing high standards with regards to teaching and learning, as well as pupil attitude to learning within the classroom. This school is one that values a caring and inclusive approach that encourages everyone to make a positive contribution to the common good.

Teaching History at KS3, you would be covering a range of topics including: The Battle of Hastings, The English Civil War, both World Wars, The Crusades, The Elizabethan Era, The Fall of the British Empire, The Assassination of Kennedy, and Hiroshima. At KS4, the school follows the AQA syllabus and covers a depth study of the USA in the 20th century (1920s boom years, 1930s Great Depression, WW2 and conflict in Asia up to the Vietnam War) and a breadth study of English medieval history and the life and death of the British Empire.

Highlights of this History post:

  • Pay in line with your scale point MPS-UPS
  • Latest technological equipment and teaching aids at your disposal
  • Supportive senior leadership and vibrant History department
  • Regular CPD and career progression opportunities

To be eligible for this History position through Teaching Personnel you will need to be available for full time work, have QTS in the UK, suitable school-based references and be able to apply for a fully enhanced DBS certificate.

If this History Teacher role is something that you would be interested in pursuing, please contact Max at the Lincoln Secondary Branch, or register your interest by uploading your CV via the link below.

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.

Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.

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