Teacher of Art

Lincolnshire
SOH030524_1714720688
Date Posted: 03 May 2024
  1. Art & Design
£153.85 - £211.96 per day
  1. Long-term

Teacher of Art

Lincolnshire

Tradewind Recruitment are seeking a passionate, engaging, and enthusiastic Art Teacher to work in an excellent Secondary School based in Lincolnshire. The school would like to appoint the ideal candidate to teach across KS3 & KS4 with a heavy focus on Fine Art, Textiles, and Photography.

During your time at the school, you will be responsible for:

  • Developing pupils' knowledge and understanding of different aspects of Art based on the National Curriculum.
  • Planning, preparing, and delivering exciting lessons that inspire, engage, and encourage students to participate.
  • Working as part of an excellent team and collaborate with projects.
  • Follow Safeguarding and behavioural policies.

The position will start in June 2024 and last until the end of the school year with the potential of lasting longer.

During your time at Tradewind Recruitment we will support you through an excellent CPD programme, support throughout your booking, and a great service.

The position has the potential to be paid to scale as planning and marking are involved. Therefore, the daily rate will be around £153.85 - £211.96.

If you would like to apply for this role, you must have the following:

  • A specialism in Art and QTS.
  • Experience working in a mainstream secondary school.
  • Enhanced child-only DBS on the Update Service or willing to undertake one.
  • Right to work in the UK.
  • Satisfactory References.

Please submit your CV or call Shawny on 01522 775347 for further information.

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