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ICT and Computing Teacher

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Job description

Teaching Personnel are working with a dynamic Bournemouth Secondary school to recruit an ICT and Computing teacher on a full time basis from January until the end of the academic year.

Due to an influx demand within the ICT department this mixed comprehensive Secondary school is seeking to appoint an outstanding ICT and Computing teacher to work throughout Key stages 3-4. If you are seeking a new challenge, within an Ofsted graded 'Good' Secondary school then please see the details below for this exciting opportunity.

  • Full time ICT and Computing Teacher required from January 2019.
  • Must hold relevant teaching qualification alongside relevant subject specific degree level qualification.
  • Applications are welcome from both experienced and newly qualified teachers are welcome to apply as relevant support and induction will be provided.
  • Opportunity to work in an Ofsted graded 'Good' Secondary school.

This modern build mixed comprehensive Secondary school is located in Bournemouth and has just over 600 pupils on roll aged 11-16. The ICT and Computing department boasts access to modern resources in state of the art facilities. As the successful ICT and Computing teacher you can expect to join a supportive team with inventive teaching and learning shared among each staff member.

The responsibilities for the ICT and Computing teacher will include;

  • Plan, prepare and Deliver creative ICT lessons to pupils across Key Stage 3-4.
  • Promote a positive growth mind set amongst all pupils through inclusive teaching and learning.
  • Manage a full time table leading the curriculum, meeting the needs of all pupils through varied teaching and learning strategies
  • Manage behaviour according to school behaviour policies.

Please apply below to register your interest!

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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