|Location:||London, London (Central) UK|
|Salary||£29664 to £48244 per Annum|
Geography Teacher – NQTs and experienced teachers welcome to apply – September 2019 start – KS3-5
Are you a Geography teacher relocating to London and looking to secure a permanent Geography teacher role in a very inclusive and supportive secondary and sixth form?
Is it important to you to work in a school that fosters a love of learning amongst pupils and celebrates individual difference?
Would you enjoy being part of a school that plays a strong part in the local community, encouraging their pupils to be the best version of themselves, both academically and within other areas?
If so, then do not hesitate! We are shortlisting ASAP for an exciting Teacher of Geography role in this supportive secondary school, located in Tower Hamlets …
- Permanent position
- Inner London MPS – UPS (Competitive)
- NQTs welcome
- Progression opportunities supported
- Excellent facilities
- Fantastic range of extra-curricular clubs
- Interviewing soon
- September start
- Apply today!
Geography Teacher | School Information:
This school is genuinely one of the most inclusive and welcoming secondary schools in the area. Staff are very passionate to deliver the very highest quality education so that students receive the tools to succeed. The head teacher’s motto is to promote the best in everyone; this vision doesn’t only apply to students, but staff also!
The head teacher is very keen to ensure staff well-being is monitored and promoted. She is also very supportive: when staff have previously expressed an interest in promotion opportunities, she has enabled them to achieve this goal. This has been achieved through excellent training and support throughout.
The staff group are cohesive and team-spirited. Resources and ideas are frequently exchanged. There are even a number of staff sports teams, which has been great for boosting staff morale in recent years.
The school is located within the borough of Tower Hamlets. Many of the students are from a disadvantaged background, with a high number of students being classed as disadvantaged. The head is keen to meet with a Geography teacher who can become a positive role model for the students here. You should also have a strong desire to work in this school context, with a passion to support children who are disadvantaged.
Over 80% of students are EAL and a diverse range of languages are spoken. Despite low literacy levels upon entry, the students here make exceptional progress, with many students leaving at 18 in order to study at Russell Group universities.
If this school sounds like the type of school you could thrive in and make a real difference, then click apply now and send your CV! Alternatively, call for a friendly and confidential chat.