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Food Tech/Textiles Teacher
We are currently recruiting for a Food Tech/Textiles teacher for an initial term commencing September 2014.
Randstad Education is the UK market leader in education recruitment. Helping teachers and support staff to find temporary and permanent education jobs for 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.
Teaching DT Food Tech and some Textiles to both KS3 and KS4 Classes at both AQA and Edexcel syllabus. Full time 5 days per week. All interested applicants must hold QTS. NQT's will also be considered. The ideal candidate will have excellent subject knowledge, and a proven track record of achieving academic excellence from their Students.
The school is a voluntary controlled 11-18 High School. The school has held an important place in this community for centuries, and many students have parents and grandparents who themselves were educated at the school.
The school want every young person to succeed, knowing and feeling that they matter. The school provide the very best care, guidance and support to ensure that students feel safe and can grow as successful learners and caring citizens. Students are given the power to take control, manage and direct their own learning to develop their future careers and aspirations.
Positive relationships are very important to and the school do everything possible to foster an environment in which they can grow and flourish. The school offer:
- High expectations
- Traditional values
- Outstanding pastoral care for all
- A specialist and experienced staff
- A strong commitment to enrichment activities
- A broad and balanced curriculum meeting the needs of each individual student
The school provide a safe environment in which students can develop as individuals, feel safe, valued and become responsible young adults. They are committed to the 'Right' way for learning.
Allow and support each other's learning
Listen to and follow instructions
Complete all work to the best of their ability
Respect the classroom and school environments.
If you are interested in this role please submit your CV or even better, call Louise on 01482 210212 now to arrange your interview at our Hull or Grimsby office.