DT Teacher

Hertfordshire
STS300920_1601459377
Date Posted:30 Sep 2020
  1. Design & Technology
£140 - £190 per day
  1. Long-term

DT Teacher

Hertfordshire
Are you an experienced or newly qualified DT Teacher looking for an ongoing post in one of the country's highest achieving schools? Are you looking to join an organised and truly Outstanding school?
Would you be keen to work in a school where you'll be given the opportunity to work alongside a team of experienced professionals focussed on high expectations and good teaching?
Tradewind Hertfordshire is looking for a DT teacher for one of the country's top schools to start in October 2020 for the remainder of the academic year. The school have secured superb GCSE results, amongst the top 7% of schools in the country and were graded as Outstanding in all areas in their most recent Ofsted inspection.

The school and department is well equipped and the school are looking for an enthusiastic and professional teacher focussed on implementing engaging lessons to inspire pupils many of which progress to Oxbridge and other higher-level universities. You must be willing to plan and mark lessons and understand the importance of raising attainment. Leadership in the school work collaboratively and will a clear vision for all pupils and staff alike.

The role
Delivering DT across Key Stages 3&4 Planning, marking and assessment.
Attending Parents Evenings as required.
Running clubs after school as required.

In return, the school will offer
The chance to work in a truly outstanding learning environment.
A permanent contract for September 2021.
Up to date resources that will help maintain the engagement of lessons.
A supportive leadership team.


Click 'Apply Now' to be considered for this great position as a DT Teacher in St Albans. Or for more information about the role, contact Sam Taylor on 01727 236255 or sam.taylor@twrecruitment.com

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