Geography Teacher

Lincolnshire
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Date Posted:10 Aug 2020
  1. Geography
£120 - £185 per day
  1. Daily supply

Geography Teacher

Lincolnshire
COVID-19 notice: We're continuing to recruit education staff throughout these unprecedented times, as we can still get you registered and cleared ready for when schools re-open. Instead of face-to-face meetings, all interviews will be via phone and we can guide you through submitting your documents online.

Tradewind are recruiting for an exceptional Geography Teacher in Lincolnshire! Could that be you? Are you able to inspire students to think about the deeper impact we're having on the planet? Do your classes ignite a love for learning more about the world? Then we want to hear from you!

Tradewind are currently recruiting for an exceptional Geography Teacher to start this full time role once the schools fully reopen in the new Academic year. The role is likely to last initially for a term, however, there is a possibility it will become a permanent post and the successful recruit is most welcome to apply should that be the case.
As the role includes planning and marking, the successful Geography Teacher can expect to be paid on the main pay scale, which equates to a maximum of £184 per day.

This welcoming Lincolnshire academy is host to almost 650 students and is growing in size year on year thanks to the continued progress it has in GCSE results.
The trust the school belongs to is known for its excellent extracurricular activities and works well with the local primary schools who are often involved in the local events it hosts.
Due to the fact that the school is based in a central location, public transport networks are suitably accessible for those who do not have their own transport. For those that do, there is ample parking available onsite.

This academy supports Key Stage 3 & 4 students so experience working with GCSE students is essential.
The successful recruit will be willing to involve themselves in the wider school life including extracurricular roles and pastoral support.

The school has excellent CPD programmes and your direct line manager will be available for regular support should you need it.
SLT are highly visible throughout the academy and make themselves available always.

Essential requirements:

QTS is essential for this post with a degree in Humanities a prerequisite - ideally Geography.
Applicants must also have the right to legally work in the UK. You will also be required to provide a CV with a full 10 year work history and have a fully enhanced DBS check.

Click 'Apply Now' to be considered for this great position as a Geography Teacher in Lincolnshire. Or for more information about the role, contact Louise Hayes on 01522 775347 or email Louise.Hayes@twrecruitment.com

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