Tradewind Recruitment currently have a great opportunity for a well-motivated and enthusiastic Teacher of Drama to work within a highly successful, committed and forward-looking Arts Department. The successful candidate will be expected to teach Drama across a range of classes across Years 7 - 11. Applications from NQTs with an appropriate academic background are welcome.
This client is a co-educational, inclusive school. Alongside promoting excellent academic outcomes, our school ethos supports students to become confident and well rounded, independent and creative, responsible and caring. Our students are capable, hardworking and a delight to work with
As Drama Teacher, you will plan, resource and deliver lessons to the highest standard, ensuring meaningful learning takes place and pupils make rapid and sustained progress. You will create a pleasurable and stimulating learning environment for students, and fully implement our routines and techniques for creating a culture of high expectations.
Your challenge will be to inspire pupils to achieve at least expected progress and the majority to exceed that standard. We will look to you to support and encourage student participation in activities extending their educational experience outside the timetable too.
You will also contribute to the enrichment and transition programmes aimed at improving the quality of education for students of all abilities. . We will look to you to participate in our quality assurance and performance management processes as well as promote the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of pupils. Behaviour is excellent. Our parents and students have high aspirations and teaching spaces are inviting and well resourced.
If this sounds like a role you would be interested please or to find out about other teaching opportunities contact Leanne.email@example.com, Business Manager, directly for further information
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