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Teacher of History - Blackwood

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Job description

  • Full time History teacher role in Caerphilly area.
  • KS 3-4
  • Long term sickness cover
  • Immediate start date
  • Competitive rates of pay

About the School

Teaching Personnel are working with a secondary school in Caerphilly who are looking for a Humanities teacher to start immediately (subject to vetting). The school is looking for a dynamic and engaging music teacher with excellent classroom behavioural management skills.

This school is looking for a History teacher to help drive and implement new standards across the department. You will be required to maintain the new positive changes towards behavioural ethos and pupil engagement which recent inspections have commended the school for. The ideal candidate will have some experience teaching Geography and R.E.

Having previously been a school facing various challenges in the past, new rigorous leadership has ensured that standards across the school and all departments are vastly improving. A new governing body has ensured that the initial difficulties faced from the amalgamation of its two predecessor schools are now being effectively addressed.

The ideal candidate will have experience working within a challenging environment and proven ability to help implement and maintain change and development.

About the role

Teacher of History

Ages 11-16 (KS3-4)

5 days a week

Temporary role covering maternity with the possibility to take a permanent role

Creating varied and engaging lessons in line with the National Curriculum

There will be an expectation to create lesson plans and mark the student's work, as well as working closely with students on a 'one to one basis.'

Location

Blackwood Caerphilly, South Wales

Requirements

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

Experience teaching History, Geography or R.E at secondary school (from KS3-KS4)

A positive attitude with a close attention to detail.

To Apply

If you would like to be considered for this opportunity please send a copy of your CV to Jack Jenkins at the South Wales Secondary Branch- who will then be in touch. We are looking to conduct interviews throughout August to get the successful candidate into this position from April 8th.

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

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All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

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