DT Teacher - Graphics / Resistant Materials - KS4

DT Teacher - Graphics / Resistant Materials - KS4

Job Ref: 81062061
Location Harringay in Haringey
Secondary Teaching Jobs Secondary Teaching Jobs
Design and Technology and Art & Design Design and Technology and Art & Design
Start date Start ASAP
Contract type Contract
Salary £130 - £200 per day
Contract info Subject to experience

Job Description

Education 365 are looking for enthusiastic Resistant Materials/Graphics Teacher for an OUTSTANDING School in North London, for a Maternity Cover to start after October half term.

Facts about the School:

> “an outstanding school in every respect”

> “children speak highly of their awesome school”

> “ behaviour is outstanding”

> “ teaching is outstanding”

> “pupil progress is exceptional”

>“leadership and management are exemplary”  

> “parents are exceptionally positive about the school”

> “relationships between pupils and with staff is outstanding”

Progress 8 Score = +0.7

Attainment 8 Score = 54  

Achieving Grade 4 or above in English and Maths = 77%   

Must have a minum of 2 years experience to be considered.

DBS on the update service is a must along with eligability to work within the UK

To be considered for this role of  Resistant Materials teachers must:

* Hold the relevant Resistant Materials teaching qualifications (PGCE, B. Ed or BA Hons) with UK QTS
* Have recent class-based references and a valid DBS that is registered with the Update Service. If you don’t obtain a current DBS, you must be willing to complete a new application with ourselves (cost does apply).
* Deliver exciting and engaging Resistant Materials/Graphic Deisgn lessons using your own creativity and initiative and proven methods.
* Have excellent classroom and behaviour management.
* Have extraordinary practical knowledge of the national curriculum and to have a proven track record of working with students in KS3 and KS4

Please apply now if you are interested!

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