Religious Education Teacher
Religious Education Teacher
Would you like to join a well-run school that has rising attainment, a great reputation and excellent behaviour?
Tradewind is working with this exceptional Roman Catholic School, helping them to locate a Religious Studies Teacher for September! This is a rare opportunity to join a great school not to be missed!
***Religious Studies Teacher - R.C School - Years 7-13 - Enfield, North London - September 2019
***Permanent role open to both experienced and newly qualified teachers - £27596 - £43348
***Excellent behaviour, low staff turnover and supportive SLT make this a great school to join!
***Leading induction programme available for Newly Qualified Teachers
About the School:
*This is an exceptional all-boys school located in the outer London borough of Enfield. The school is sited on a purpose-built campus that is hidden away on its own large green space. The school has a 'Good' Ofsted from when it was last inspected in 2017 and is aiming to improve further over the coming years.
*The school has rising attainment across Key Stage 3 and 4 (Year 10-13). A high achieving sixth form (which is open to girls) has been producing students who are well equipped to gain entry into some of the best universities in the U.K.
*Religious studies at this school is taught through to A-Level (Year 13). Although this is a Catholic School, there is full respect shown to all religions and many of the school's pupils are from non-Catholic backgrounds.
*Senior Leadership at this school are present, supportive and believe that an excellent school can only be achieved with a calm, settled environment! Something they continue to achieve.
About the Role:
*This school treats Religious Studies as an important subject that adds moral fibre, compassion and understanding for its students in a way many other subjects cannot. Therefore, they are looking for a teacher who is passionate about the subject and keen to inspire students to investigate further, regardless of faith.
*The school has a comprehensive approach to everything it does, and this includes the way it supports its teachers as well as students.
*The school offers ongoing professional development for all, a leading induction programme for Newly Qualified Teachers, and career progression opportunities based on performance.
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