Business and Economics Teacher

Hackney, London
Date Posted:02 Aug 2020
  1. Business / Economics
  1. Long-term

Business and Economics Teacher

Hackney, London
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Business and Economics Teacher - Hackney, East London - Ofsted 'Outstanding' school - top 1% nationally for A Level results - September 2020 - MPS/UPS

Are you an experienced or newly qualifying Business and Economics Teacher looking to join a school in September that can offer a fantastic teaching environment as well as support to develop a Teacher at any stage of their career?
Would you want to come on board at an Ofsted 'Outstanding' school that has been classed in the top 1% nationally for A Level results, and continues to improve year on year at GCSE?

Tradewind Recruitment are proudly partnering with this Hackney school to help them strengthen their 'Enterprise' Team in September with a talented Business and Economics Teacher. Although a typically traditional school, they are very forward thinking, and Business and Economics is popular to KS5 achieving excellent results year after year. Get in touch with Tradewind today for more information!

**Business and Economics Teacher - Hackney, East London
**Close to Homerton station
**Ofsted 'Outstanding' school in all areas
**Top 1% nationally for results in A Level
**69% of students at GCSE achieved 4+ in English and Maths
**September 2020
**Open to experience level with a great NQT programme, full support provided at any stage of your career

About the School - Business and Economics Teacher - Hackney, East London

*This is a popular and diverse school in the heart of Hackney who have a long history of success, with state of the art facilities. It is a well established 11-19 mixed comprehensive with a wealth of achievements and experience.
*The school is an Ofsted 'Outstanding' educational community based on partnership and respect.
*The school has a strong and very stable leadership team who have ambitious plans to develop further over the coming years, with their already inspiring progress academically looking like it isn't slowing down.
*Behaviour here is excellent, as students take great pride in their school and truly care about the impact of their work
*The school has an inclusive and aspirational ethos that promotes taking personal responsibility, and striving for excellence.
*The school offers a comprehensive training package for NQTs. For aspiring middle and senior leaders, they provide financial and professional support and wider CPD including the NPQML and NPQSL. These programmes are delivered as part of their partnership with the Institute of Education.

About the Role - Business and Economics Teacher - Hackney, East London

*You will be joining a highly successful Business and Economics Team that forms part of the wider 'Enterprise' team at the school. The shared knowledge and drive in this team is what strengthens the school's offering to students who want to follow the path to A Level and beyond.
*They perform strongly at GCSE and A Level and have for many years now.
*They are looking for a Business and Economics Teacher with the ability to teach to GCSE and A Level, and a track record of helping students to achieve good and outstanding results. For an NQT, the drive and passion to help students is more important than your experience!
*You will be an inspiring and passionate teacher with a love of learning, and an ability to impart your knowledge to students of all abilities, and effectively differentiate.

How to apply - Business and Economics Teacher - Hackney, East London

The school are very keen to continue hiring during the summer break. To find out more about this, and other roles in East, North or Central London that may be of interest, call Laura Snowden at Tradewind on 02078455450 for a confidential career discussion, or email your CV to for immediate consideration!

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