Teacher of RE, Philosophy and Ethics

Recruiter
TeacherHub
Location
Somerset
Salary
22244.0000
Posted
11 May 2017
Closes
10 Jun 2017
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time
Teacher of RE, Philosophy and Ethics

Are you an experienced Teacher of RE, Philosophy and Ethics searching for the perfect role to progress your career?

Would you relish the chance to work for this fast-growing, well-led Somerset School from September?

-Teacher of RE, Philosophy and Ethics required from September
-Full or Part-time, permanent position (0.6 – 1.0 FTE negotiable)
-Experienced Teacher of RE, Philosophy and Ethics or NQT
-MPS/UPS

This progressive Somerset School is looking to appoint a talented Teacher of RE, Philosophy and Ethics from September. This role would suit an experienced practitioner or NQT keen to secure a full or part-time, permanent role at an inclusive and caring school.

Located in Somerset, my client school is a vibrant secondary school which offers the chance to teach pupils across a diverse range of ability levels. Based within a commutable distance Taunton and Weston-Super-Mare, this school currently caters for around 600 pupils. The school is led by an inspirational Head Teacher and SLT who have pupil well-being and staff development at the top of their agenda.

This post requires a committed Teacher of RE, Philosophy and Ethics, who has UK QTS and the skills to deliver new, relevant content in their lessons. You should demonstrate an engaging and inclusive approach within the classroom combined with a ‘no pupil left behind’ mentality.

To be considered for this exciting opportunity, click apply and send your covering letter and CV to TeacherHub quoting reference NDREPESO080517.

Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.

Skills Required
Good classroom practice
Excellent subject knowledge
Experience of Teaching KS3 and 4

Qualifications Required
PGCE Secondary RE or equivalent qualification
UK QTS

Keywords
Teacher of RE, Philosophy and Ethics