Design and Technology Teacher

Hounslow, London
Date Posted:23 Jul 2020
  1. Design & Technology
£28355 - £40035 per annum
  1. Permanent

Design and Technology Teacher

Hounslow, London
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Design and Technology Teacher

Design and Technology Teacher - "Good" Ofsted school - Teaching KS3 to KS5 - Suitable for Experienced or Newly Qualified Design and Technology Teachers - Hounslow, West London -Permanent role starting January 2021 or potentially sooner - MPS1 - MPS6 £28, 355 - £40, 035

Are you an experienced or newly qualified passionate Design and Technology Teacher looking for a permanent role to start from January 2021 where you can instill a love for Design and Technology for the students of this school?

Do you have the drive to engage and motivate all students that you teach from KS3 to KS5 to achieve their full potential?

Would you like the opportunity to also take on pastoral responsibility and lead an academic mentoring tutoring group?

Tradewind Permanent division are currently working with this creative and aspirational secondary school in Hounslow, West London! They are now looking to appoint an innovative Design and Technology Teacher for January 2021.

***Design and Technology Teacher

***Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4 and Key Stage 5 teaching

***Open to experienced or newly qualified Design and Technology Teachers

***Permanent role

***Hounslow, West London

***MPS1 - MPS6 £28, 355 - £40, 035

***Well resourced, established and flourishing Design and Technology Department

***Excellent Transport Links to Central London (30 minutes) and Heathrow Airport (15 minutes)

***Potential career progression to become a lead practitioner and/or Specialist Leader in Education

About the School - Design and Technology Teacher - Hounslow, West London

This welcoming and thriving secondary school, based in Hounslow, are looking for a passionate Design and Technology Teacher who will join their supportive and outgoing department.
The school has a curriculum model that broadly focusses on ensuring that children develop their creative and adaptive thinking skills, and therefore place huge emphasis on children developing a passion towards creative subjects like DT.
The Design and Technology department is well resourced and there are multiple opportunities for promotion for suitable teachers.
The school has recently been awarded an a 'Good' Ofsted which highlighted the high expectations and brilliant attitude of children and how well their behaviour was in lessons and around the school.
This school is a pleasant, high-expectation school that has high expectations of both its teachers and students.
The school has a modern department that consists of three full time teachers who are fully experienced and enjoy their teaching.
The school offers leading professional development for all staff and has great induction prospects for an NQT.

About the Role - Design and Technology Teacher - Hounslow, West London

The school will be accepting applications for this permanent Design and Technology Teacher role from both experienced teachers and NQTs.
The post holder for this Design and Technology Teacher position must hold Qualified Teacher Status QTS, and have recent experience teaching the British curriculum in UK schools.
In this post, you will have the potential career progression to become a lead practitioner and/or Specialist Leader in Education.
You should have recent experience teaching at least KS3 and KS4 and some GCSE experience.
It is a benefit to be confident or willing to teach KS5 and A Levels.
The role is to begin from January 2021. There may be scope to start sooner.

How to apply - Design and Technology Teacher - Hounslow, West London

If you would like more information on this Design and Technology position, then please contact Eve at Tradewind on 0207 845 5481 or email your CV to for an immediate call back!

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