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History Teacher - Sunderland

Job description

Teaching Personnel are looking to appoint a History Teacher on behalf of a client Faith School in Sunderland. The role is due to start the week after the Easter holiday and consists of a 3 day per week timetable. You will be prepping and delivering lessons across KS3-KS4 to classes of mixed ability. The GCSE Curriculum the school follow is Edexcel. The days the school would require cover is Tuesday-Thursday however, for the right Teacher they could be flexible with days.

The school is located in Sunderland and has over 1000 pupils on roll. The school is of Catholic Faith and has over 800 pupils - behaviour within the school is good and the most recent Ofsted rating graded the school as 'Outstanding'.

An ideal candidate will have:

  • UK recognised teaching qualification
  • Experience Teaching History across KS3 - KS4
  • Experience working in a faith School - not essential but desired
  • A friendly and patient approach to teaching and a vision to enhance pupil attainment
  • Strong behaviour management skills and an ability to develop positive relationships with pupils and staff
  • The ability to plan and deliver effective lessons

The benefits of working through Teaching Personnel include:

  • Dedicated consultant with a wealth of experience within the secondary education sector
  • Competitive rates of pay - earn between £550 - 850 per week
  • Opportunity of additional cover work during the rest of the week if desired
  • Teacher of the Month Awards
  • Recommend a friend scheme
  • Free access to courses contributing to your Continued Professional Development (CPD)

If you would like further information regarding the role or wish to apply, please contact Stuart Hawkins at Teaching Personnel on 0191 2235071.

Even if this position doesn't sound right for yourself but you are a Secondary Teacher looking for long or short-term supply work, then please get in touch as we may have more suitable positions!

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

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