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Newly Qualified History Teacher

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Job description

Teaching Personnel are excited to be working alongside the Executive Principal of a secondary school in Cambridge, to appoint a NQT specialising in Humanities.

  • The incoming History Teacher will take on full departmental responsibilities of planning and marking along with a full timetable of KS3 and GCSE History lessons.
  • This is a long-term role starting in September 2020, however the school have stated that there is an opportunity of a permanent contract through an introduction with Teaching Personnel.

Congratulations, you have been successful!

  • The successful applicant will either have experience of teaching GCSE History with a proven track record of success or you will be relatively new to teaching with a demonstrated ability that you have the attributes of an exceptional teacher and can deliver education to a high standard.
  • You will also have outstanding subject knowledge and a real passion to teach History.

Join our NQT Pool!

At Teaching Personnel, we are a team of specialist consultants with excellent relationships and partnerships across East Anglia and we’re here for you. Other than our advice and expertise, we can offer you:

-          A quick and simple route to secure your employment for September, during the period of school closures.

-          Additional training materials designed by our sister company Best Practice Network, to support NQTs whose training may have been cut short due to Covid-19. This includes training on SEND, Pedagogy and Practice as well as the Curriculum.

-          Ongoing support and guidance from your personal consultant at TP and members of staff at the school you are assigned to.

-          Flexible working, if necessary and competitive rates of pay (all through PAYE, which means you do not have to pay an admin fee or act as self-employed).

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. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.

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