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Secondary Teacher of Economics-part time 0.5

Hastings School - Manuel Maranon (Arturo Soria) CampusMadrid

Hastings School Madrid

1175 students ⎮ 50 nationalities ⎮ 6 sites ⎮ 1 school

Founded in 1971 and opened as a family-oriented British School, it was one of the first of its kind in Madrid. Today, it is based on six sites,  in central Madrid and has over 1100 pupils.

Hastings School follows the National Curriculum for England. At Primary we follow a creative, topic curriculum based on stories from all over the world. At Secondary level pupils prepare for IGCSE, AS and A Level examinations. Most pupils go to either British or Spanish universities.

Hastings School is looking to appoint a Secondary Teacher of Economics part time 0.5 from September 2021. Candidates will hold a relevant degree and a UK approved PGCE or international equivalent. The candidate should be able to teach A level and or IB HL Economics. The ability to teach Business Studies would be an advantage.

We can offer:

• Reputation for academic excellence

• Central location in the wonderfully diverse city of Madrid (300 blue sky days!)

• Confident, resilient, welcoming students

• Lively, committed staff

• Career development opportunities

Please see information pack below for further details and visit the website to learn more about our school.


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Diversity: Cognita’s success depends on our people. With 81+ schools in eleven countries and our employees representing over 30 nationalities, the scope of our difference is a source of pride. We believe this diversity positively promotes global citizenship and reflects the value of contribution irrespective of one’s personal characteristics and/or background.

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