Teacher of Health and Social Care

Skegness, Lincolnshire
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Date Posted:30 Jan 2019
£120.00 - £180.0 per day

Teacher of Health and Social Care

Skegness, Lincolnshire
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Tradewind are working with a school on the picturesque coast in Lincolnshire, searching for a teacher of Health and Social care on a full-time basis. This is to start as soon as possible, and will initially run until Easter, but there's a strong possibility that it will increase in length, more than likely until the end of the year. The academy is willing to be flexible for the right candidate, so would consider part time applicants on a four day a week or even three day a week basis. This will be paid to scale, so teachers can expect to be paid between £120 and £180 per day for this booking.

Ideally we are looking for an experienced teacher who can inspire students in health and social care, and help students through their coursework. This will involved mainly KS4 teaching but there will be some KS5 teaching as well, so this is an exciting opportunity to work with post-16 students and really develop your skills with A Level students.

The school is improving by the day, and is receiving support from an excellent multi-academy trust. Having extremely supportive senior leaders, and a friendly team of staff, this is an excellent opportunity to work as part of a strong cohesive team. Being successful in this position will lead to further opportunities within the academy trust. The school is looking for a caring teacher who can really get the best out of their students and help to 'bridge the attainment gap'. Having a large SEN intake, any practitioner with experience of working with students with barriers to learning would be very strongly considered.

This position will be full time and pay will be scaled to MPS.

The school has free onsite parking for those who drive and is accessible via public transport.

If you believe you are the right candidate for this role, please email your CV or for further information please call Alex Bateman on 01522 775347

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