Immediate start for a qualified and experienced Humanities Teacher in a prestigious all boys Independent school in South London.
Applicants for this Humanities Teacher post must be able to teach History from KS3 to KS4.
This will be the requirement in order to be shortlisted for this Humanities Teacher position and the everyday teaching required if successful.
The school can appoint a Humanities Teacher on a full time or part time basis. Part time rotas for this Humanities Teacher post will be 60% of the full time timetable.
You are more than welcome to apply for this Humanities Teacher post if you are a Newly Qualified Humanities Teacher or an experienced Humanities Teacher.
Initial Interviews for this Humanities Teacher role will take place via Microsoft Teams.
The salary for this Humanities Teacher position will be between £29915 to £45766 depending on the experiences and qualifications of each applicant.
“Superb cosmopolitan boys schools, with outstanding facilities and a strong academic reputation – an example of what education is really about.” (Good Schools Guide)
A lovely independent all boys school in South London, situated in 45 acres of natural surroundings and known as one of London’s oldest schools.
Recent inspections have ranked the school amongst Britain’s finest schools. Founded in 1596, the school is the oldest school in the borough.
The school offers a number of academic pathways including A Level, Pre U, the IB and BTEC. They also offer a bilingual area for native French speakers.
Sports is a big part of the schools ethos and they have won a number of awards over the years. A variety of sports are practiced, and a high number of pupils go on to pursue a career in sports.
Performing Arts also plays a major role for pupils who are passionate about Drama and Music.
“The excellent achievement of pupils is underpinned by the commitment of leadership, management and governance to ensuring an environment of ambitious expectation which promotes in pupils the desire to aim high and work for success.” (Independent Schools Inspectorate Report)
Applications are welcome from you if you’re a Humanities Teacher at any stage in your career, as well as if you’re a British trained Humanities Teacher or overseas trained Humanities Teacher.
All applicants must have UK qualifications or an overseas formal qualification to be considered for this Humanities Teacher role.
All Humanities Teacher applicants must have the following as a must:
UK QTS or an overseas teaching qualification Right to work in the UK Experience of working as a Humanities Teacher in the UK Without the above requirements, your application will not be considered for this Humanities Teacher position, and your CV will not be shortlisted.
If you would like to be considered for this opportunity as a Humanities Teacher, then please apply via the link below and send your CV to Rahul at REESON Education as soon as possible