Religious Education Teacher

Barnet, London
KTL26032020_1585209948
Date Posted:26 Mar 2020
  1. Secondary Teacher
Competitive
  1. Long-term

Religious Education Teacher

Barnet, London
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Are you seeking a Religious Education post in the North West London Borough of Barnet this September 2020?

Does a school with a strong Christian based ethos interest you?

If so, please send your CV immediately to kirsty.tinney@twrecruitment.com

The school
This school is a part of a very successful trust who pride themselves with their effective behaviour policy, 'Outstanding' Ofsted reports and their Christian based ethos which has a huge presence inside and outside of the classroom. This same-sex school is located in the North West London Borough of Barnet and has underground stations and bus stops located close to the school's modern building and playing fields. Well-connected commuter roads mean that the current cohort of staff travel from inside and outside of the M25 to teach at this School.

The role
This role is to teach Religious Education which is a compulsory subject throughout KS3 and KS4. You will be teaching in line with the school's curriculum and Christian denomination. Covering all religions including the big questions and how each religion answers these respectively. This school overs Theology at A level and has a great uptake year on year due to the students continued curiosity of the subject.

If you are a qualified Teacher with QTS can see yourself teaching in a great school based in Barnet this September 2020, teaching Religious Education to KS3 and KS4, then please send your CV to kirsty.tinney@twrecruitment.com.

Due to the school currently bring closed due to the corona virus crisis, the Executive Head Teacher will be carrying out Skype interviews in the next coming weeks; please send your CV for immediate consideration.

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