Tradewind are working on behalf of one of our client schools in the Warrington area, who are seeking an inspirational Teacher of English to join their department in the new year. The position is to commence in January and will be on an ongoing basis. NQT's or experienced Teachers are welcome to apply. The ability to teach up to KS5 is also desirable but not essential. This is a high achieving school, that embodies real community spirit.
Our client's mission is to ensure every student leaves school articulate, resilient, compassionate and culturally aware. The English department follow the Eduqas syllabus and provides a stimulating and positive environment for students to learn. Extra-curricular activities are widely available and encouraged. The successful candidate will be expected to plan, teach and mark in line with school policies and procedures.
To join us and be considered for this English Teacher vacancy you must:
* Hold QTS or an equivalent teaching qualification;
* Have experience teaching English across KS3 and KS4 (KS5 depending on the school);
* This position is subject to Enhanced DBS, Overseas police check (if applicable) and satisfactory references;
* Your CV must cover the last 10 years of employment history where possible and any gaps in employment must be explained;
* Have the legal right to work in the UK.
Please click 'Apply Now' to be considered for this English Teacher position based in Warrington.
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