English Teacher

Southwark, London
Date Posted:16 Oct 2020
  1. English
  1. Long-term

English Teacher

Southwark, London

Tradewind are recruiting! Are you looking for you next role teaching English in Southwark?

Tradewind Recruitment are looking to appoint an ambitious teacher of English to join a lovely department for a role to start in January 2021. This department has excellent results last years, 83% GCSE pass rate in English!!!

This is an outstanding catholic secondary school for boys with a co-educational sixth form. Pupils behave impeccably in lessons and throughout the school making this a fantastic opportunity to teach Key stage 3 English. The school insists on highest standards of behaviour and expect students to have a good attitude to learning and respect for one another and the environment. They achieve this by providing a traditional, yet broad and balanced curriculum for all students.

In this school staff at all levels go the 'extra mile' to make sure pupils achieve, feel cared for and thrive within a supportive and productive learning environment. As a result, pupils enjoy coming to school and attendance for all groups of pupils is high. You will be joining a happy, caring and successful learning environment for all students where their true potential can be realised.

This school offers a fantastic professional development program and believe in investing in all members of staff to grow personally and professionally. No matter what your experience you will be part of a comprehensive training program.

This client is in Southwark and is a stone's throw away from the local train station and is also served well but a number of bus routes.

If this sounds like a role you would be interested in applying for or find out about other similar teaching opportunities contact Leanne.king@twrecruitment.com, Business Manager, directly for further information.

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