Food Technology & Textiles Teacher Required in Haringey

Food Technology & Textiles Teacher Required in Haringey

Job Ref: DV/015
Location Harringay in Haringey
Secondary Teaching Jobs Secondary Teaching Jobs
Food Technology Food Technology
Start date Start ASAP
Contract type Permanent Temporary Supply
Salary £30,480 - £41,483 per annum
Contract info Subject to experience

Job Description


A ‘Good' Secondary school situated within North London is seeking to appoint a full time Food Technology & Textiles teacher, a position that begins in January.

The percentage of Food Technology teaching in comparison to Textiles is still to be decided as this would depend on the successful applicant.

The position includes delivering Food Technology & Textiles to Key Stage 3 & 4.

The school is flexible in its approach in that they will consider applications from teachers seeking either a permanent contract or those looking to work on a long term supply basis. Of course, should a long term supply agreement be going well enough, then both parties could agree to discuss a permanent contract at any time.

Does the opportunity to teach Food Technology & Textiles for the remainder of this academic year with a view to the position becoming permanent sound perfect to you?

Are you seeking a new, rewarding teaching position from January?


***'Good' School
***Possibility of temporary to permanent
***School is situated within a vibrant community
***School values respect, integrity and fairness


First of all, the school strives to ensure that students are able to learn in a safe and engaging learning environment. This should keep pupils engaged, aspirational and interested. In addition, aside from the curriculum, they are taught attributes for life such as respect, tolerance, integrity and courtesy.

The school lies at the heart of a vibrant North London community and prides itself on delivering an outstanding educational experience where success is celebrated. The main aim of SLT is for each student to leave school instilled with creativity and resilience as they prepare for adult life.

The school values cultural diversity, equality, fairness, the nurturing of academic progress and achievement.

The school is served by excellent transport links, including numerous railway stations and a variety of local bus routes.

Applicants will need to hold QTS or be suitably qualified to be able to teach in schools in the UK.

Should you wish to apply or would like more information, please contact Divesh Vaghela at Education 365 on 020 7337 0047.