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Teacher of History needed in Nelson School

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Teaching Personnel is working with a School in Burnley, East Lancashire, to appoint a History Teacher with an excellent track record of raising student attainment through outstanding teaching and learning or an NQT with outstanding potential to join their successful Humanities Faculty.

They value the professional development of each and every member staff with a variety of training courses available to staff including NQT & RQT training courses and also middle and senior leadership courses (NPQML/NPQSL) for those more experienced teachers looking to further their career.

The school is a successful 11-16 comprehensive school situated in the Burnley area of East Lancashire. With Approximately 1000 the school is over subscribed and becoming more popular each year. The position has become available due to the resignation of a member of staff within the humanities department. They are seeking a member of staff starting ASAP to take over the position until the end of the year. The successful candidate will be considered for a permanent contract starting in September 2019.

Teaching Personnel are looking to appoint on behalf of the school and are seeking a member of staff who fulfils the following criteria:

  • Be an outstanding classroom practitioner, providing engaging and creative learning experiences for all students
  • Motivate, challenge and inspire students within the History Faculty to be the best that they can be
  • Are committed to raising the achievement of every student
  • Have high expectations and a commitment to the wider life of the school

If you would like to find out more, or if you would like to make an application then click Apply now. Contact Rob at Teaching Personnel Preston to find out more information and express your interest in the role

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

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