Teacher of History/Humanities
Name of Head Teacher – Beth Kobel
Salary: Inner London Main Pay Scale
Making school memorable by striving for excellence
The success of Preston Manor School is built on an 80-year old reputation which continues to flourish through its committed staff, dedicated Governors and supportive parents. We are an all-through co-operative school with students ranging from 4 – 19 years.
We value working in partnership together with our young people to achieve the best outcomes for every student that joins our prestigious school. The school is oversubscribed for places, reflecting the reputation the school has for its academic rigour and excellence in teaching and learning.
We are proud of our focus on student and staff wellbeing, which is evident from the moment you step into our community. We are driven in our aims and ambitions and aspire to continue to build on our success in a supportive and friendly environment. At Preston Manor we celebrate diversity and equality of opportunity, which is reflected in our high staff-retention rates and the successes of our student population.
- have a passion for teaching and learning
- be an excellent practitioner
- lead by example and act as a strong role model to students and staff
- have a positive, can do attitude with staff and students
- be able to demonstrate excellent organisation skills
- be an effective team player and value every aspect of the life of the school
- have effective interpersonal skills with the ability to inspire students and staff
- be an active learner, who constantly strives to improve, with the desire to progress
- motivated, enthusiastic and ambitious students
- a friendly and supportive team of teachers
- well-resourced facilities
- a professionally stimulating and collaborative working environment
- a commitment to professional development, including an excellent CPD programme including NQT induction and Teach First training
There is an excellent NQT induction programme in place and we would welcome applications from NQTs.
This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic Teacher of Humanities who is passionate about teaching. The Humanities are valued and popular subjects across Key Stages 3, 4 and 5 and include History, Sociology, Religious Studies, Geography and Politics.
Closing Date: 9.00am Monday 01 April 2019
Interview Date: w/c 01 April 2019
Start Date: September 2019
How to apply:
Applications are welcome from all suitably qualified candidates regardless of gender, age, ethnicity or disability.
The school reserves the right to change these dates, and to close the vacancy at any time, so early application is advised.
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Brent Schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Successful applicants will be required to undergo a DBS check.