Geography Teacher

Southwark, London
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Date Posted:11 Jan 2019
£29664 - £48244 per annum

Geography Teacher

Southwark, London
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Geography Teacher - Ofsted 'Outstanding' Southwark school - results amongst top in the borough - September 2019 start - MPS/UPS - suitable for NQTs


Are you a passionate and knowledgeable Geography Teacher with a talent for driving standards and a desire to teach in a school with a strong sense of community and success?

Are you an experienced or newly qualifying Geography Teacher who wants to join a prestigious school that achieves top results, but where there is still lots of room to bring your fresh ideas?

Tradewind Permanent Division are partnering with this prestigious Southwark school to help them strengthen their Geography Team for September and give an ambitious Teacher an opportunity to shine!


**Geography Teacher - Permanent role - September 2019
**Ofsted 'Outstanding' top performing school in Southwark, Central London
**£29664 - £48244
**Ongoing CPD, great working environment and benefits
**Central location close to city attractions
**Supportive and tailored induction programme for NQTs
**Development and management training opportunities for Teachers who want to further their career


About the School - Geography Teacher, Southwark, Central London

*Located very centrally in Waterloo, Southwark, this modern school opened in 2013, and rapidly became a very successful school with a strong reputation for both high attainment and providing a holistic education to students who take great pride in their school.

*They have been graded 'Outstanding' in all areas by Ofsted, with their main goal and vision being to enable students to obtain their dream job. The curriculum is structured to reflect this straight forward vision, with a unique Enrichment programme forming part of the everyday curriculum and enhancing core traditional academic subjects.

*The school has a clear and transparent behaviour management system that is consistently applied, allowing teachers to teach without having to worry about low level disruption or students being ill-equipped for learning. The Ofsted inspection team who visited the Academy recently noted that "behaviour and safety are outstanding. Students have a strong work ethic; their social responsibility and pride in the school community are particular strengths".

*For an NQT, this school specialises in providing outstanding structured support to guide you through this important year and ensure you every success beyond. Experienced teachers are encouraged to take advantage of regular CPD and career development opportunities for those who have ambitions to lead.


About the Role - Geography Teacher, Southwark, Central London

*First and foremost, they need an excellent class teacher, who leads from the front, ensuring all students of whatever ability have a chance at reaching and exceeding their potential. Humanities teachers here are known for their high standards of teaching, and bringing Geography to life for students with engaging and inspiring lessons.

*Humanities is a popular and growing department in which students achieve highly and many students go on to take Geography to KS5, with this year's expected numbers being the highest in the school's history. The department received praise in their last Ofsted for excellent teaching and encouraging students to learn creatively.

*You should be willing to go the extra mile to ensure progress, and be a good differentiator. The school expect high standards from all, and in return you will have an excellent opportunity to develop, grow, and teach in an inspiring school!


How to apply - Geography Teacher, Southwark, Central London

Has this role captured your interest? Call Laura Snowden at Tradewind to hear more on 02078455490 or email your CV to laura.snowden@twrecruitment.com for immediate consideration!

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