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ICT and IB Film Teacher

Employer
Supply Desk
Location
Buckinghamshire, UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
20 Dec 2020

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Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
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ICT and IB Film Teacher near High Wycombe

Supply Desk is recruiting for a Secondary School near High Wycombe. We are looking for someone who is passionate about students achieving and developing the best possible qualifications and skills to enable them to fulfil their career aspirations.

It is imperative that they have experience within Key Stage 5.

The International Baccalaureate Career Programme is more than just an education. The programme will provide a well-rounded education for post 16 students. The programme is an internationally recognised course followed by students around the world. It seeks to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young adults who are prepared for the modern world. The programme leads to university and other higher education facilities, further education, apprenticeships or employment. We are delighted to present this ICT and IB Film teacher role.

You will be required to:

Provide a range of interactive workshops and independent projects that develop skills vital for the work place
Develop students skills including personal development, intercultural understanding, effective communication, thinking processes and applied ethics
Work with them on: conflict resolution, problem solving and research skills
The IB film covers:

Reading Film
Contextualising Film
Exploring Film Production Roles
In return for helping the students develop skills they will need to succeed in life and their career, you will be rewarded with a fantastic proffesional development plan.

To apply for the position email Alicja on (url removed) or call (phone number removed) for further information
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