Food Technology Teacher

Food Technology Teacher

Job Ref: SND/FTTP1
Location Lewisham and London and Greenwich in Lewisham and City of London and Greenwich
Further Education Lecturer Further Education Lecturer
Food Technology Food Technology
Secondary Teaching Jobs Secondary Teaching Jobs
Food Technology Food Technology
Start date Start ASAP
Contract type Permanent
Salary £26,000 - £36,000 per annum
Contract info Subject to experience

Job Description

Are you passionate about Food and Cooking?

Do you enjoy delivering to young people in small groups? 

If the answer is yes, please read on.

*** New Purpose-Built Food Technology Facilities
*** Supportive Management Team
*** Immediate Interviews Available 
*** Permanent Position

We are recruiting for a Food Technology Teacher to join a growing SEMH school in South East London. The position will include delivering NCFE Level 1 and Level 2 Food and Cookery and would suit either an experienced and qualified Food Technology Teacher or someone with experience delivering NCFE Level 1 and 2 or a similar course.

This school is a unique provision following a therapeutic humanistic approach to education and childhood development. The school aims to ensure that vulnerable children stay within an educational setting or return from home education before returning to mainstream or specialist provision as quickly as possible.

The right candidate will be able to embrace the ethos that the school has created. You will be able to teach lessons by incorporating innovative and creative ideas to suit the needs of the pupils. The well-being and academic achievement of most young people is significantly accelerated by addressing the root causes of behavioural, emotional, social difficulties, and without a focus on these areas some young people simply cannot access education.

If you are interested in applying, please send in a copy of your CV today.

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