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Date Added: Wed 07/04/2021

Humanities Teacher

Didsbury, UK
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Job Type: Permanent

Salary: £25000 - £45000 / annually

Our partnered secondary school require a full-time Humanities teacher to start with them in September 2021. Situated in the South Manchester area near to Didsbury and Chorlton, the school is looking for a Humanities specialist that can teach both Geography and History to GCSE level. If you are a Humanities specialist able to teach either to KS4 and the other to KS3, then please still apply as there is the possibility to mould the timetable in either direction.

This is a full-time teaching position for the successful Humanities teacher with full responsibility for planning, marking and assessing. The school is a highly reputable secondary school in the South Manchester area and is therefore looking for a Humanities teacher that is looking to teach at such an establishment.

Key aspects of this Humanities position:

  • Pay will be based on the teacher's payscale: M1 - UPS3 (Approx. £25000 and £45000 - new pay scales to be adhered to)
  • Full time Humanities teaching position
  • Start with the school on Monday 6th September 2021
  • Highly regarded secondary school in the South Manchester area
  • Ofsted rated 'Good' in its latest Ofsted inspection
  • Easily commutable for any teachers travelling from Didsbury, Chorlton, Whalley Range and Stretford
  • Teach Geography and/or History to GCSE level

This good rated secondary school is situated in the South Manchester area making it very easy to access from the surrounding areas. The school is located on a main road in the area and is serviced well by local public transport including the metrolink for those who don't drive. This co-educational secondary school prides itself on being at the centre of the local community with parents having it high up on the list of schools they would like their children to attend.

The successfully appointed Humanities teacher will benefit from working alongside a team of professionals who are committed to their teaching role. There is a vast amount of experience within the Humanities department, comprising of NQTs and more experienced teachers. There are opportunities to collaborate on resources, lesson plans and schemes of work. The school are therefore accepting applications from teachers of any experience level including final year students due to graduate as newly qualified teachers and those who are more experienced and looking for their next teaching post.

If you are a Humanities specialist able to teach either Geography and/or History to GCSE level, then apply now for a call back to discuss your suitability. Please ensure you apply with your latest teaching CV and include a short cover statement highlighting your experience.

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