Drama Teacher

Drama Teacher

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    £23,720 - £35,971

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    Kim Shellock

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  • Published:

    7 months ago

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  • Startdate:

    January 2020

Step Teachers are looking for an experienced secondary school teacher to teach Drama at this excellent school based in Framingham. To start in January this is an ongoing supply contract role.

Experience in teaching drama up to KS4 is essential for this role. Suited to both newly qualified teachers and those with experience this is a great opportunity to join this school who are consistently one of their region's highest performing schools.

To be suitable for this role:

  • You are a qualified teacher with either a QTS or PGCE certificate
  • You can establish positive professional relationships with students
  • Is sensitive to the learning needs of all students 
  • Can recognize success at all levels and can offer students appropriate praise and reward
  • Has the appropriate knowledge and understanding related to the post
  • Should be able to exhibit highly effective time management skills with an ability to meet deadlines whilst at times working under sustained pressure (usually during performance times)
  • Has the potential for further development

Candidates will be subject to a variety of checks including an enhanced DBS check, full references including your most recent employer and eligibility to work in the UK. Step Teachers are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.

Unlike other agencies, Step Teachers are more than happy to process your pay via PAYE – you will not be forced to go with an Umbrella Company.

Get special perks for free while working PAYE with Step Teachers such as a qualified GP 24/7 with webcam consultations, examinations, and email prescriptions. In addition to a confidential helpline for stress-related issues.