HOD/ Teacher of RE required

Merton, London
CRL170920_1600354893
Date Posted:17 Sep 2020
  1. Religious Studies
Competitive
  1. Long-term

HOD/ Teacher of RE required

Merton, London
HOD/ Teacher of RE required.

Tradewind are currently recruiting for a head of Religion to start asap at an outstanding Academy situated in Merton, South West London who have a reputation for delivering an excellent learning experience for all their students.
Teacher / Head of RE job specification…

*Inner London Pay Scale (+ possible TLR)
*Will suit a qualified RE specialist looking to take the next step in their career!
*Full time, KS3 - KS5
*At least 1 year of teaching experience is required
*Not suitable for an NQT

Our School in Merton are looking to appoint a well-qualified teacher of Religion to start asap.
We need an enthusiastic teacher with excellent subject knowledge to engage and motivate students of all ages and abilities.

At this school you will work in teams of highly educated and very motivated teachers, support staff and leaders. The staff are passionate about their work and have a well-established culture of sharing best practice and of encouraging staff take opportunities which will help them to progress professionally.

We are therefore looking to recruit well-educated and enthusiastic professionals who can contribute to the school's ongoing success.
This coeducational Secondary school in Merton has over a thousand students in Years 7 to 11, and approximately 250 in the 6th form.

They're graded an outstanding school by OFSTED with high standards of behaviour and excellent results at both GCSE and A Level.

If you're available for work now and would like to join this highly successful Humanities department, please send your CV to carlo.randazzo@twrecuitment.com.
Or call: 0207 845 5450 and speak to Carlo on the Secondary team for more details.
We look forward to hearing from you!

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