Humanities Teacher

Randstad Education
North West England
Up to £10,000
10 Jan 2021
14 Jan 2021
Contract Type
Part Time
Are you a qualified teacher of Humanities seeking a new position from March 1st?

Does a Humanities teaching assignment from March until the end of the academic year sound like the perfect next step in your teaching career? Of course it does!

If both of the above apply to you, then we have the perfect opportunity within North West London that we would like to speak to you about.

This post is initially a long term supply assignment for one-and-a-half terms until July. At this stage, there is no plan for the position to become permanent in September. However, should this change and you prove yourself to be the ideal candidate, then you would be in exactly the right position at the right time. Ask yourself this question: Why wouldn't it be you?

Applications are welcome from both new and experienced teachers.

Benefits of the role are:
  • The opportunity to put yourself forward for what may become a permanent role
  • A school that prides itself on fostering within students ambition and strength of character
  • A balanced and stimulating curriculum
  • Working alongside staff the school considers to be outstanding role models
  • Being inspirational!
  • The opportunity to exchange ideas with other teachers, which can lead to new and/or different ways of teaching

Responsibilities of the role include:
  • Adhering to the school's policies and procedures
  • Providing pupils with necessary feedback, encouragement and support
  • Meeting with pupils' parents to discuss their academic progress at parents' evenings
  • Setting the right example at all times
  • Occasionally, you may supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursions

Requirements of the candidate:
  • You will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schools
  • Be able to demonstrate the ability to raise standards
  • To possess effective classroom management strategies
  • To be open to the possibility of a permanent contract
  • Having a DBS already on the Update Service or the willingness to complete a new DBS application
  • Ability to communicate effectively with others

Long term supply teachers have the same teaching responsibilities as permanent members of staff. You will prepare lesson plans and teach pupils in accordance with the national curriculum. You will also be responsible for marking students' work and offering constructive criticism.

Should you wish to apply or would like more information, please contact Rob Davies on . Alternatively, you can email me at