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Humanities Teacher and Graduates - Ealing (£150-200)

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Job description

About the School

My secondary school require a hard working and dedicated Humanities teachers and graduates or newly qualified teachers to join their team at this brilliant school. Set in a spacious area surrounded by huge parks and rivers, this school would be great place to work with opportunities to spend time in nature. High expectations from the school mean both the students and teachers maintain good standards, resulting in children receiving a full and rounded education. At the heart of the school's ambitions is a ethos of equality of opportunity.

The school's vision and ethos is instilled from a young age, and a partnership with a primary school ensures the teachers and staff can promote a good message. The children's development is monitored closely from a young age to ensure every student gets the relevant attention they need.

Ofsted have rated the school as "good" and the leadership have maintained a good quality of education.

Ofsted were quote saying:

"You and your highly competent senior leadership team have very high aspirations,"

"You are rightfully proud of your school and the reflective, learning ethos you have established."

The equality at the heart of the schools vision is prevalent in every aspect of the school life, this is reflected as students consistently reach their expectations and goals.

About the role

Humanities Teacher

Secondary school, KS3-5

5 days a week

Temporary role with the possibility to take a permanent role

Creating informative lessons with real world application in line with the National Curriculum

The school expect the incoming science teacher to help students where necessary and go the extra mile.

There will be an expectation to create lesson plans and mark the student's work.


The school is accessible via South Greenford station (15 minute walk).


A UK recognised teaching qualification (BA QTS, BSc QTS, CERT ED, PGCE)

Experience teaching humanities (history or geography) at secondary school (from KS3-KS4)

Expect a dedicated and caring attitude

To Apply

If you would like to be considered for this opportunity please send a copy of your CV to Conor Taylor at the North London Secondary Branch who will then be in touch.

If you would like more information please give us a call.


  • Humanities teacher with UK recognised qualification
  • Experience at KS3-5 level
  • A good school with a great ethos and vision
  • 5 days a week
  • Temporary role with option to go permanent
  • 15 minute walk from local stations and underground

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.

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