History Teacher Needed in Birmingham

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Job Reference: RB/HIST/BHAM

Date Added: 05.04.18

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Location Icon Birmingham

£ £550 - £800 Per week

Location Icon Job Type: Education and Training

Sector Icon Sector: Secondary

Duration Icon Duration: Temporary

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Qualified History teacher
North Birmingham
January 2017
GBP110 – 160 per day dependant on experience

Aspire People are currently looking to recruit a strong academic History teacher for a outstanding secondary school in North Birmingham . All applicants must have UK QTS (Qualified Teachers Status) or an overseas formal secondary school teaching qualification. This school is a calm and purposeful place where good manners and good behaviour are considered essential. The school has no doubt that this moral education and the way it is combined with academic prowess is one of the main reasons that the school is so oversubscribed. The school has very high standards and everyone knows what is expected of them and this helps create what Ofsted describe as “the extremely harmonious atmosphere”. This allows the school to support individuals so they make outstanding progress. The school has excellent subject knowledge and are adept at, not only preparing our students for examinations but for building their confidence so they are very well prepared for their future lives, whatever their chosen path. The successful candidates will be expected to teach History to KS5. Please apply to this role with tour updated CV to be considered for this role.

Requirements of Secondary School History Teacher
*1 Year experience minimum
*Clear and current DBS
Responsibilities of Secondary School History Teacher
*Behaviour management
*Plan, deliver and manage specific subject-based learning
*Enable the development of complex and vulnerable students aged 11-16

Aspire People Limited provides services as an Education Agency and an Education Employment Business. Aspire People is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of pupils and expects every candidate to share this commitment. Placements are subject, to appropriate Child Protection screening, including checks with former employers and the Criminal Records Bureau.