Resistant Materials teacher needed in Enfield

Resistant Materials teacher needed in Enfield

  • Location

    Greater London

  • Sector:

    Secondary , Further Education

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  • Salary:

    £29,915 - £45,766 Per Year

  • Contact:

    Chris Pont

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  • Published:

    11 days ago

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We are urgently seeking to recruit a Resistant Materials Teacher for a contract position in one of our exclusive partner schools in the Enfield area. The role of Resistant Materials teacher is set to commence in the April 2021 and will be a long term contract position in the first instance. The school are looking for a teacher who can deliver Resistant Materials up to A-Level.
  • As a qualified Teacher, you should be a creative and enthusiastic practitioner who is able to use all available resources to their full extent
  • It is very important that you have a sound understanding of good practice in Assessment for Learning
  • As a qualified Teacher, you will be an outstanding classroom practitioner with proven ability to understand and utilise current theory and practice in relation to learning and development
  • The successful candidate will hold positive values and attitudes and adopt high standards of behaviour in their professional role
This is a fantastic school where endeavour and aspiration are central to everything they do. The staff form a close-knit and supportive team who work together to promote successful outcomes for all through the provision of a positive, safe and vibrant learning environment which engenders self-esteem, social confidence and a healthy lifestyle. An integral facet of the School ethos is that success is a powerful motivator and that student achievements have positive implications for all areas of learning in terms of raised self-confidence, independence and ambition. Similarly the spiritual and cultural aspects of learning are an important part of the life of the School, to which all areas of the curriculum and school community contribute. Students are encouraged to reflect upon tolerance, specialised understanding, respect and compassion and have an understanding of right and wrong.