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ICT Teacher Bournemouth

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ICT & Computer Science Teacher

Are you an ICT & Computer Science Teacher who is searching for a school that can accelerate your career and invests in ICT? If you want to be fully supported in your career ambitions, look no further than this ICT & Computer Science Teacher role at one of Bournemouth's highest achieving schools. This school welcomes both experienced and trainee applicants to apply now!

The role;

  • ICT & Computer Science Teacher or NQT
  • State of the art ICT suite
  • Up to £700 per week
  • Key Stage 3 & 4
  • Outstanding graded Secondary School & Sixth Form
  • Bournemouth based school
  • April 2019 start

In this ICT & Computer Science teacher post you will be teaching alongside a cohesive ICT team, and will operate across Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4, with potential key stage 5 teaching on offer also depending on your experience. Work with and learn from an excellent faculty and liaise closely with a committed and passionate Head of ICT to develop your own practice, whilst also benefiting from the outstanding facilities and teaching resources, including a state of the art ICT suite!

Attainment here is above average, so a strong academic background and a detailed knowledge of ICT and Computer Science is vital, as is the ability to differentiate your lessons to challenge all of your students.

To be considered for this ICT & Computer Science Teacher opportunity you must have the following:

  • ICT or Computer Science related degree
  • Graded as Good to Outstanding in previous observations
  • Strong subject knowledge
  • Recent experience of working in a UK classroom setting is essential
  • Good classroom / behaviour management

The school are looking to interview immediately and could interview as early as next week for this fantastic ICT Teacher role!

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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