January 2018 start, full time, paid to scale, potential for a permanent offer, city centre based.
Hays Education are currently working exclusively on behalf of a Birmingham secondary school based in the city centre to recruit for a Humanities teacher for a full time vacancy. This is a full time teaching role up to KS4. The role is to start from January 2018 with the possibility of extending. The role may be offered on a more permanent basis later in the academic year.
Your new school
A mainstream, non-selective comprehensive school who prides themselves on providing a great education to students from all backgrounds. This school is centred on the values of collaboration, opportunity, respect and excellence and their ethos is focused on 'students first' in everything. They follow a broad and balanced curriculum, which is designed to inspire and motivate their students to achieve. They now also have an established Sixth Form.
Students at this school are supported to grow into academic, articulate, respectful and confident individuals. They are equipped with the skills to succeed in a competitive and expanding employment environment. Students are involved in all aspects of school life, especially leadership roles. They encourage students to take risks and build the resilience they need to undertake new challenges. This school is a real part of the community in the city centre and relationships are key to their success. Importantly, every member of the team matters. Relationships between staff, students, parents and their local community are all vital to the culture of their school. It is these relationships that make the school a safe and secure environment for students to learn, both in and beyond the classroom.
Their students get tremendous opportunities to be involved in residential activities and field trips. The school work closely with local businesses so that their students gain an insight into the working world and the expectations that this brings. They are particularly proud of the partnerships they have with two local organisations with a national and global profile: their links with Birmingham Repertory Theatre and Birmingham City Football Club provide an extra dimension to the experience of their students.
Your new role
This role is offered as a full time, temporary teaching role from January 2018. In your new secondary teaching job you will be expected teach across the Humanities department. Experience delivering RE, Geography and History lessons will be beneficial. Schemes of work are already in place for most lessons, you will be expected to plan in addition to this. The role has been created to assist the current teachers with release time. You will deliver lessons that will engage pupils and you will need to have the natural ability to deliver them with confidence and enthusiasm. You will need to be experienced teaching up to KS4 and be familiar with the current curriculum.
What you'll need to succeed
To be successful in your application you will have completed your studies and hold UK QTS. You will be an experienced Humanities teacher that is passionate about student progress and is committed to helping pupils to achieve their academic potential. The ideal candidate would have been in a long term or permanent teaching role and will be able to supply Hays with outstanding references from the previous employer.
What you'll need to do now
If you're interested in this teaching role please forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now. If this teaching role isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new job, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
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