NQT English Teacher
NQT English Teacher
Are you currently completing your Teacher Training and looking to find an English NQT permanent position for September 2020?
Are you looking to teach in a 'Good' Ofsted rated School and contribute to a very successful English Department as a Newly Qualified Teacher?
***NQT English Teacher - Key Stage 3 to 5 - September 2020
***NQT English teaching in GCSE and A-level
***'Good' Ofsted School
***Lambeth, Central London
About the School - NQT English Teacher- Lambeth, Central London
Located in the Central borough of Lambeth, this Secondary School is ideal for professionals' seeking the perfect balance between city and suburban life.
Recognised as a 'Good' school with its pupils achieving within the top 2% of the highest results across KS3, KS4 and KS5.
By joining this dynamic English Department, the successful Newly Qualified Teacher will become part of a supportive, energetic team. The school boasts cutting-edge facilities and resources to enable students to engage with innovative and dynamic curriculum.
The school offers a fantastic NQT training programme and you will have opportunities to teach both GCSE and A-level English.
About the Role - NQT English Teacher- Lambeth, Central London
*Must hold UK QTS
*Good Results in Teaching Placements and Good University Results
How to apply - NQT English Teacher- Lambeth, Central London
If you are an NQT English Teacher keen to know more about this exciting role, then please call Sarah at Tradewind on 0207 845 5490, or alternatively email sarah.avolio@twrecruitment for an immediate call back!
Are you an NQT looking for a September 2020 post?
Tradewind is running its popular NQT Masterclass and Head Teacher meet in February half term! This totally free event is designed to help you secure the post you want in the school you want quickly! Follow the link for further details and to sign up:
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