RE Teacher - September Start

RE Teacher - September Start

Job Ref: SD/RE1
Location Richmond and London in Richmond upon Thames and City of London
Further Education Lecturer Further Education Lecturer
Religious Education Religious Education
Secondary Teaching Jobs Secondary Teaching Jobs
Religious Education Religious Education
Start date Start ASAP
Contract type Contract Permanent
Salary £28,355 - £44,541 per annum
Contract info Subject to experience

Job Description

Are you an innovative and engaging RE Teacher?

Are you passionate about inspiring and shaping young minds?

This position would suit an NQT or experienced teacher equally.

*** Immediate Online Interviews Available
*** Rated “Outstanding” by Ofsted
*** Supportive Humanities Department
*** Fantastic Career Development Opportunities

This Outstanding school looking to appoint a highly qualified and innovative teacher of Religious Education who will inspire their students, promote a personal passion for the subject and ensure that all students excel.

The Faculty currently offers a wide range of opportunities at Key Stage 3, 4 and 5. Results for all the Humanities continue to exceed national levels and are an ambitious faculty with high aspirations for all the students. You must be committed to being a team member who will ensure that all students, receive an outstanding experience and that attainment continues to rise.

The successful candidate will have a strong commitment to exceptionally high standards of classroom practice alongside a genuine regard for exceptional progress and quality care of all our young people.

Professional development and training is always on offer and the school aims for all its teachers to become Outstanding and will always offer its support to ensure this is attained. The school also have a vibrant and caring NQT program for newly qualified staff, which is mindful of the changing demands of the NQT whilst also facilitating the growth of classroom craft.

If you want to join this thriving school, please apply today!

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