Job Description

£125 - £185/day

Humanities Teacher Required - September

Humanities Teacher – Geography specialism preferred (but not essential).An opportunity has arisen for an experienced Humanities Teacher for a September start.Can you inspire young minds with an engaging teaching style?Are you a committed and passionate Humanities Teacher?Do you have a Geography specialism?A large secondary school with a great reputation in Edmonton is seeking to appoint a Humanities teacher to start work with immediate effect after the summer holidays. The post is initially on a week by week basis, with the potential of leading to a longer term contract for the right person teacher. The Head Teacher is looking for someone with a positive attitude to teaching, an enthusiastic and dynamic approach and has high expectations of learning.In return, the teacher will have the opportunity to work with a fantastic team in a welcoming environment.Newly Qualified Teachers are also encouraged to apply.Applicants need to have:QTS or at least 2 years experience teaching Humanities in a Secondary setting.
Experience teaching English up to KS4 / Key Stage 4
Good classroom management
A real desire to make a positive difference to the pupils that you work withIf you are interested in this position, please call Angus on (Apply online only) or send your CV toAll applicants will be contacted to discuss suitability and then invited to register with TeacherActive.Registration involves an enhanced DBS check, ID checks and will require you to supply good professional references. We pride ourselves on excellent service. We can provide a wide range of opportunities in schools and other educational institutions, with good rates of pay, at times to suit your needs.Regular external audits have shown repeatedly that our standards are exceptional. We are passionate about finding the right staff for each environment.TeacherActive is an equal opportunities employer, and operates as an Employment Business in providing temporary or contract job-seeking services