Psychology Teacher – Southwark – September Start
Do you hold QTS?
Are you a subject specialist of Psychology?
Do you have a passion for your subject and are keen to teach students in KS3 and KS4?
If so, read on!
- Psychology teacher required in a London secondary school
- Psychology teacher post to start in September 2019
- Psychology teacher required in Borough of Southwark
- MPS/UPS qualified Psychology teacher required
- Suitable for NQT Psychology Teacher
- The role – Psychology teacher
- £29,664 – £48,244 Per Annum
Psychology Teacher – The role:
The school are seeking a teacher of Psychology to join its faculty and teach this increasingly popular A-level subject choice. The candidate must have ability to challenge, engage and inspire its students to achieve their full potential, ensuring high standards of attainment, progress and teaching practice. This role would be perfect for an experienced teacher or NQT who is looking to start their career in a supportive and welcoming school. They will join a well-respected team and benefit from a wide range of resources. The school have a friendly and creative team who enjoy an excellent reputation both within and beyond the school. The successful candidate will not only be passionate about their subject, and have exceptional subject knowledge, but also have a passion and drive to deliver and engage students in their studying of Psychology up to A level.
Psychology teacher – The school:
This is a mixed secondary school in the borough of Southwark and caters to 1200 students aged 11 – 19. The school is a fast-growing Academy Trust and is aiming to offer a life changing education to children and young people throughout the borough. The school have a great level of attainment amongst its staff and students. The school have its own curriculum and online learning portal that helps them share knowledge and resources, helping to simplify work processes and manage workloads for an improved work-life balance. The school are renowned for rewarding its staff with good career opportunities, better pay, benefits, and ultimately, the satisfaction of helping children to succeed. The curriculum promotes the best standards of behaviour based on our values of mutual respect, self-discipline and self-confidence; it encourages respect for tradition, while embracing innovation by joining up learning and opening the worlds of all our students.
For more information apply today or call Ciara at Qualiteach!