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Randstad Education is the UK market leader in education recruitment. Helping teachers and support staff to find temporary and permanent education jobs for nearly twenty years through extensive partnerships with all organisations in the secondary, primary and SEN sectors. Working with over 2,500 schools each week we find the right match for your skills. Randstad Education provides a quality service for our candidates with a cycle of continuous professional development at the forefront of educational landscape.
If you are passionate about teaching and learning and want to make a real difference to the opportunities of our students then this is the opportunity for you.
We are looking for a talented teacher of Geography to join a strong department within a successful and oversubscribed school. The Humanities Department provides a stimulating, well-balanced and inclusive curriculum which is designed to allow all pupils to maximise their potential. Lessons involve a wide variety of learning styles employed by a highly professional and hard-working team of teachers. The school is looking for an enthusiastic and dynamic teacher that can inspire and engage.
Clearly all candidates must be either NQT or have Qualified Teacher Status.
This larger than average secondary school is requiring improvement from its last Ofsted inspection and is now working in partnership with DEFES, driving forward to achieve 'good' in the near future. The new senior leadership team welcome all teaching staff whether temporary or permanent. The school operate clear expectations for all staff and all students with a transparent discipline and rewards system and bespoke CPD programme to support you within an open management and appraisal structure for staff.
The Geography department have continued its proud record in pupil progress and are ready to adapt the skills and strengths a new candidate would bring as part of exciting team.
The school thrives in an area of social and economic disadvantage and the proportion of students eligible for free school meals is twice the national figure. Students with learning difficulties and or with a statement of special educational are supported in their learning through individual learning plans within mainstream teaching, in class support or personalised intervention. The ideal candidate would have experience of teaching SEN students in a mainstream environment and a passion for supporting and encouraging students through a whole child approach.
If you are interested in this role please submit your CV or even better, call Chris on 020 7400 6035 now to arrange your interview at our London office. This job is one of many we are currently working on for our schools in the Barnet area.
(All applicants must meet Randstad Education's strict recruitment criteria and hold a clear enhanced Criminal Record Bureau Disclosure.)