Health and Social Care BTEC Teacher
Immediate start, full time, paid to scale, possible extension for the whole academic year, Ofsted outstanding.
Hays Education are very proud to be working on behalf of an Ofsted 'Outstanding' North Birmingham secondary school to recruit for a Health and Social Care BTEC teacher to work on a full time basis starting immediately. This is a full time teaching role up to KS5 and may result in a post for the remainder of the academic year.
Your new School
The students at this all-girls school are hardworking, ambitious and generous and are justifiably proud of their achievements and their school. Community support is a huge strength of the school and they have extensive business partnerships. The Sixth Form which opened in September 2011 in a 'state of the art' £6 million build is flourishing and is already heavily oversubscribed. They are four-form entry 11-18 multi-cultural, inclusive comprehensive school situated on the eastern side of the City of Birmingham. They have 840 students on roll including 200 plus Sixth Form students, 50 plus teaching staff and a support and administrative staff of 30 plus. They are quoted as an all-round 'Outstanding school' in achievement, quality of teaching, curriculum and leadership and management. This is a fantastic opportunity to belong to such a prestigious education setting.
Your new Role
In your new secondary teaching job you will be expected to plan interesting and challenging Health and Social Care BTEC lessons that will engage pupils and you will have the natural ability to deliver them with confidence and enthusiasm. The role also will include teaching years 10 and 11 as well as sixth form. Modules to include Human Life Span, Research and Promoting Public Health. You will need to be experienced teaching up to KS5 and be familiar with the current curriculum. Due to the nature of the role it is offered as a 'paid to scale' post (MPS/UPS).
What you'll need to succeed
To be successful in your new teaching job you will have completed your studies and hold QTS. You will be an experienced Health and Social Care BTEC 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
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