Now Education are delighted to be working with a dynamic and forward thinking secondary school located in Oldham who require two English teachers to work on a long term and full time basis starting in January 2024.
The role will continue until the end of the academic year in July and there is the possibility of a permanent role for the right candidate. Staff at the school are committed to providing an outstanding education to their diverse student body, they prioritise academic excellence, creativity, and the holistic development of each student.
Responsibilities will include:
- Planning and delivering engaging and challenging English lessons that align with the national curriculum, including GCSE level.
- Creating a positive and inclusive classroom environment that fosters student engagement and achievement.
- Assessing and providing constructive feedback on student work to support their academic progress.
- Collaborating with colleagues to contribute to the development and improvement of the English curriculum.
- Participating in school events such as parent evenings and any CPD opportunities.
Qualifications: To be successful in this role, candidates should possess the following qualifications:
- Bachelor’s degree in English, Education, or a related field.
- Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) in the UK.
- Proven experience teaching English at the secondary school level for the UK national curriculum.
- Strong knowledge of the national curriculum and assessment frameworks.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- Passion for teaching and a commitment to inspiring students.
- Effective classroom management skills.
- Ability to differentiate instruction to meet the diverse needs of students.
- Dedication to continuous professional development.
- Competitive daily rate.
- Opportunities for professional development and career advancement.
- Supportive and collaborative work environment.
This is an excellent opportunity to join a successful staff team who are committed to creating an inclusive workplace that reflects the diversity of their student population and the wider community.