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HistoryTeacher - September full time

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Job description

Teaching Personnel are currently recruiting on behalf of a large secondary school In Enfield who are looking for an History teacher to join them on a full time basis in September. Please see below the expectations of the school and more about the role;

* Qualified Teacher Status (with DfES Number), including skills tests where required

* Ability to meet the Teachers Standards commensurate with experience and salary

* High standards of literacy and numeracy

* Willingness to develop own expertise (evidenced through continuing professional development)

* Knowledge of how to raise standards in subject and literacy and numeracy

* Successful teaching experience (in training/placements for NQTs) within at least two Key Stages

* Successful experience as a form tutor (desirable)

* Successful experience of having a positive impact on student outcomes

* Potential to meet the Teachers Standards (and as appropriate Post Threshold Standards)

* Good subject knowledge

* Good classroom practitioner able to motivate and inspire students

* Potential to develop outstanding practice in the classroom

* Ability to build good relationships with students and colleagues

* Ability to work with initiative, as an individual and as a team member

* Ability to communicate effectively with different audiences, orally and in writing

* Well organised and able to maintain sound records

* ICT skills and their application to teaching and learning within subject specialism

* Ability to reflect on practice and act on advice to improve professional practice

* Hardworking and committed to inclusive education

* A belief in the value of individuals and that every child genuinely matters, can attain well and make at least
good progress regardless of starting point(s)

* A commitment to excellence and working in partnership

* A commitment to contributing to completion of professional duties and the work of teams

* Commitment to continuing professional development

* Capacity for working under pressure and prioritising tasks

* Ability to model very high standards of professional practice and personal standards at all times

* Excellent attendance and punctuality

* In sympathy with the ethos of a Church of England school and willing to actively promote the Christian values of the school.

To apply for this role or find out more about the role please send your CV

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

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