Can you ignite a passion for Picasso and Rembrandt? Do your lessons encourage even the most reluctant learner to pick up a paintbrush? Are you an exceptional Art Teacher looking for your next opportunity? Then contact us today because Tradewind are recruiting an Art Teacher for North Lincolnshire!
We are currently working with a medium sized North Lincolnshire Academy helping them secure an exceptional Art Teacher from April 2021.
This Academy has worked tirelessly to increase attainment and has demonstrated excellent results over recent years. They have been able to drive results in a way that has engaged staff and students alike and as such, there is low staff turnover and an increase in student intake.
As a full time practitioner, you will be an integral part of the Academy and taking on the full teaching role - including planning and marking, which means you can expect to be paid to scale which is up to a maximum of £189 per day. In return, the school are keen to recruit a practitioner with outstanding subject knowledge and can confidently deliver lessons up to KS4. The standout applicant will have QTS and a degree in an art-based subject.
The school itself is part of a large academy trust with excellent facilities and up to date technology. Staff relish this as this enables them to deliver exciting lessons using the most cutting-edge resources.
The cohort for the Academy is varied and as such, a practitioner who is skilled in working with all abilities would be well suited to this role. The perfect candidate will have the knowledge and experience to guide students through their examinations and will have demonstrable results in delivering excellent outcomes for all.
This role is expected to last until July 2021.
Centrally located, the school is accessible by local bus and rail links and there is ample parking on site as well as secure bike sheds.
* Delivering Art & Design to Key Stage 3 & 4
* Planning, marking and assessment
* Attending training after school hours and parents evenings as required
* Promoting positive behaviour
You will be supporting students across Key Stage 3 & 4 and will also be responsible for a form group too. As such, you must be prepared to ingratiate yourself into the full workings of the school.
SLT are warm and welcoming and you will be supported at all levels from your Head of Department all the way up to Head Teacher.
QTS is essential for this post as is a full DBS. We also require you to provide a CV with a full ten year work history.
Candidates must be able to provide legal right to work in the UK in order to apply for this role.
Click 'Apply Now' to be considered for this great position as a Teacher of Art in North Lincolnshire.
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