Design & Technology Teacher – RM
Start date: April 2020
Contract Length: Permanent
A secondary school based in Surrey are looking for a fully qualified and dynamic Design and Technology Teacher to join their school on a permanent basis. The successful Design & Technology Teacher will be required to teach (Resistant Materials) to KS3 and KS4 confidently. Ability to teach up to A Level D&T is desirable but not essential. You must be available for interviews and trails days. Position is to start in September 2014.
The Shepperton based school is a co-educational 11-16 comprehensive. The school has a simple goal and believe learning should always come first. They endeavour to insure that the students have the necessary qualifications and personal & social skills to be successful in whatever future path they choose.
The Ideal D&T Teacher
To be considered for this post you will be a confident D&T Teacher with thorough knowledge of the Resistant Materials curriculum at KS3 and KS4. You will have a proven track record in raising standards and ensuring progress in the classroom and will be expected to have demonstrable experience in the following:
- Structured Lesson Planning
- Behavioural & Classroom Management
- Organisational Skills
The successful Design & Technology Teacher will have:
- A recognised Teaching Qualification (PGCE, QTS, BEd. or equivalent)
- Ability to teach D&T at KS3 & KS4
- Ability to teach up to KS5 is desirable but not essential
- Eligibility to work in the UK without restrictions.
To apply or for more information on this D&T Teacher position or any other D&T Teacher positions in London, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 881 5600 for a friendly chat.
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