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Humanities Teacher - Northampton

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Humanities Role - Secondary School - Northampton

A great school in Northampton, is looking to secure a long term Humanities teacher to start in September. This secondary school has been graded good by Oftsed and continues to be a high achieving and a truly non-selective comprehensive. The school is a reflective, self-critical institution that focuses on developing learning and teaching. They are delighted with their achievements and the progress they have made in recent years, but they are ambitious in their desire to continue to improve.

This position will suit either a newly qualified or experienced Humanities teacher who is committed to the teaching and learning of the students and has the ability to teach outstanding Humanities lessons up to KS5. The Humanities department is a very experienced facility and therefore the successful individual will be highly supported. Pay rate for this position is dependent upon experience but could pay up to £150 per day.

Why work with Teaching Personnel:

  • Flexible working hours and complete control of your own diary
  • More opportunities to work across a consortium of schools
  • Higher pay rate than permanent contracts - quite often a daily rate is higher than a salary
  • Not signed into a terms notice if the school isn't right for you
  • A consultant dedicated to finding you the right role - we work for you to find the best role as much as you work through us
  • Someone who can negotiate on your behalf to make sure the role is exactly what you wish
  • A pool of references from schools you have worked with
  • Bonus referrals for teachers who work through us off your recommendation - uncapped! The more you refer the more you earn EASY!
  • CPD Academy - Take additional CPD courses online and develop your skills further

If you feel you have the relevant experience for this Humanities Teacher role then please apply to this role with an updated CV or call Flo on 01604 521212.

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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