Teacher of History - Camden - FT/Perm - Sept 2018

Recruiter
SERVOCA EDUCATION RESOURCING
Location
London (Central)
Posted
11 Jan 2018
Closes
12 Feb 2018
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

History Teacher, Secondary - FT/Perm - Camden - Sept 2018

My client is looking for a full-time, permanent History Teacher to start in January or April 2018. If you're an NQT or experienced History Teacher, read on.

  • History Teacher
  • £28,660 - £39,006
  • Camden
  • April/Sept 2018 Start
  • NQT or Experienced Teachers

The Role

You'll be delivering a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum to your students and monitor their overall progress and development. You'll also contribute to the raising of student attainment which providing opportunities for personal and academic growth. In order to achieve this, you'll be a role model to pupils; actively encouraging an interest in the subject of History. You'll follow school procedures, maintaining discipline with regard to punctuality, behaviour, homework and personal development. The role will also involve being assigned as a form tutor, so you'll provide ongoing pastoral support on top of your role as History Teacher.

The School

The school is based in Camden, North London. Recently converted to an Academy, standards across the board have risen sharply, so you'll be working in a well-supported environment where students' academic achievement is prioritised. The History department is small but well-formed and overseen by the Head of Humanities. Facilities are excellent, with state of the art teaching equipment available in all classrooms and gym facilities available for use by staff.

The Ideal Candidate

As the ideal candidate, you'll be an NQT or experienced History Teacher with a good degree (minimum 2:1), QTS and evidence of classroom experience. You'll have a good knowledge of the history curriculum and be able to teach to at least KS4, ideally KS5. You'll have an excellent understanding of effective and engaging teaching methods and the resilience to respond well to challenges, be that in the form of pupil behaviour, lack of engagement or wider challenges at the school. You'll have high expectations for all of the young people that you teach and a commitment to ensuring they achieve their full academic potential.

Please send your CV to and someone will be in touch if you fit the necessary criteria for the role.