Psychology Teacher

Psychology Teacher

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  • Salary:

    £100 - 175 per day

  • Contact:

    Kim Shellock

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  • Contact phone:

    01603 877070

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  • Published:

    over 1 year ago

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Step Teachers are currently working with a partner school in North Norfolk who are recruiting for a Psychology Teacher to take up a role within their social sciences department until the end of the school year.  This Psychology Teacher position is a full time post which could continue into the Autumn term.  As a qualified Psychology Teacher you will be able to demonstrate previous experience delivering Psychology in a mainstream school setting.

  • You should be able to demonstrate experience of planning and teaching Psychology up to KS5
  • The successful Psychology Teacher will be able demonstrate creative and flexible schemes of work in order to meet the academic needs of all pupils as well as inspiring positive learning attitudes
  • You should possess excellent communication skills and be confident in communicating efficiently with both pupils and adults

This is a good school which is working towards attaining an ‘Outstanding’ rating from Ofsted and is committed to delivering an outstanding twenty-first century learning experience, with all students making rapid and sustained progress during their time at school. It is a school which under the guidance of a fantastic head teacher and senior leadership team, strives to see all children excess their potential without compromising their core values.


This school is focused on creating a welcoming learning environment and seeks to build on the partnership between the home and school, with staff being fully committed to pupil development. The quality of teaching in particular was praised in their recent Ofsted inspection with inspectors commenting on the high standards of behaviour demonstrated throughout the school.


Candidates will be subject to variety of checks including: an enhanced DBS check, full references, including from your most recent employer and eligibility to work in the UK.


Step Teachers is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.