English Teacher

Recruiter
Strategy Education
Location
Downham Market, Norfolk
Salary
£20000 - £40000/annum
Posted
17 Jul 2017
Closes
16 Aug 2017
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an inspirational and highly motivated teacher of English to join a popular, flourishing and highly-supportive Secondary School in Downham Market, Norfolk. Starting after Summer (September 2017); the successful Teacher will be joining one the school's most successful Departments

JOB TITLE: Teacher of English

START DATE: September 2017

LOCATION: Downham Market, Norfolk

SALARY: Negotiable

KEY STAGES: KS3 and KS4

CONTRACT TYPE: Full Time & Permanent

OUR CLIENT – SECONDARY SCHOOL

The successful Teacher will be the newest addition to a forward-thinking and innovative team of teachers who are striving to lead the school towards 'Outstanding'.

THE ROLE –Teacher of English

Strategy Education are recruiting on behalf of this high-achieving and well organised Secondary School to appoint a devoted and focused English Specialist who has the drive and ambition to consistently deliver 'Outstanding' lessons to KS3 and KS4 lessons

Taking on the full classroom responsibilities of a Teacher within a well-resourced and highly organised department, you will be responsible for planning, preparing and delivering engaging, challenging and fully inclusive English lessons to the 11-16 age range.

Enjoyment is at the heart of our client school's philosophy and the school truly endeavour to ensure that the learning experience at their school is positive, and encourages a lifelong enthusiasm for learning in all of their students.

Teacher
The successful Teacher will be a holder of Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) or Qualified Teacher Learning Skills Status (QTLS). You will be a Teacher with a clear passion for your subject area and a hard-working, dedicated and ambitious nature.

The role will commence September 2017. Our client school are looking to appoint an Outstanding teacher with a track record of raising attainment levels and who can share in the school's desire to secure an 'Outstanding' grading at their next Ofsted inspection