Humanities Teacher Required – Full-Time
March 2021- July 2021
KS3 History, Geography & PRE
We are currently recruiting for a Humanities Teacher to join an outstanding school within the Brent area as of March, this position requires a remote interview to take place as soon as possible.
The post holder will report to the relevant Head of Faculty/Department and Year Co-ordinator.
About the school:
At the heart of a successful school is the provision of high quality teaching and learning, the effective use of resources, the highest standards of achievement for all students and the promotion of students’ personal development and well-being. A Humanities teacher plays a key part in this provision by a commitment to the school’s ethos, by working effectively in subject and pastoral teams and by delivering high standards of teaching and learning. In this way, s/he assists the school in reaching its targets and objectives.In return you will be awarded with great pay, abundance of support, a well furnished and large modern school with state of the art facilities with amazing outdoor facilities and grounds .
The school is a 10 minute walk from the local station as well as local bus routes stop outside the school. There is ample parking and space for bikes.
- To be committed to and to promote the school’s vision, aims, objectives and values.
- The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment
- To maintain and contribute to the development of school policies.
Within school and subject policies, to:
- Effectively teach National and School Curricula within the school’s Teaching and Learning Policy
- Set appropriate homework
- Mark work, assess, record, track and report student progress, using available data
- Provide a stimulating learning environment
- Have due regard for maintaining health and safety and security in the areas s/he uses.
- To be a member of a pastoral team and, if required, a form tutor, carrying out the associated responsibilities.
- To assist with the effective operation of subject and year teams by, individually and with others:
- Developing schemes of work, resources, teaching and learning strategies,
- Contributing to team review, monitoring and evaluation and the development of working practices, participating in working groups, ad hoc projects, taking part in other professional development activities, attending meetings as necessary.
4. To undertake any other duty as specified by the School Teachers’ Document not mentioned in the above.
- Qualified Teaching Status
- Good knowledge and understanding of the UK curriculum for each subject
- Ability to deliver a high quality of teaching and learning to all abilities
- Good classroom management
- Ability to raise standards of attainment and aspirations
- Able to use ICT systems to enhance learning
- Work well within a team and have self motivation to work soley
- Have the right to work within the UK and start in March 2021
- Hold an enhanced DBS on the update service or dated within the last 12 months
- Able to attend a remote interview using video conferencing or a form of video call technology