Sociology with Health and Social care

Date Posted:07 Sep 2019
  1. Secondary Teacher
  1. Long-term

Sociology with Health and Social care

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Tradewind are urgently seeking to appoint a teacher of KS3 - KS5 Sociology for a school in Surrey, on the border of Sutton, South London.
The job is full time and to start in September.
Pay scale - London fringe M1 to UPS3 with possible TLR

Recent sociology teaching experience is essential and the ability to teach Health and Social care will also be an advantage.

This rapidly improving school was recently rated as 'Good' by OFSTED and is a dynamic, exciting and supportive environment in which to work.
It has a current size of approximately 1300 students on roll including 200 in the Sixth Form. This mixed comprehensive school has an excellent reputation in the community.
The intake comprises of students from all surrounding areas and ability levels are favourable.
The ethos revolves around a growth mindset where all members of the school community are actively encouraged to develop the characteristics of hard work, resilience, innovation and improvement.

The school is well-resourced with outstanding facilities and visitors to this school comment on their calm, purposeful learning environment.

As a Sociology teacher (KS3 - KS5 with Health and Social care), you will have the support of a highly experienced and successful team and benefit from new equipment and outstanding resources.
All new teachers will be provided with a new laptop on which to plan, prepare and deliver lessons.

If you would like more information, please call Carlo @ Tradewind today on 07572 433 372.
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The Headteacher will speak to any suitable applicants for this Sociology Teacher (with Health and Social care) position straight away and we look forward to hearing from you very soon.

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