An exceptional opportunity has arisen to join Exeter College to teach Religious Studies and/or Philosophy. Taught within the Faculty of Humanities, Religious Studies A level (Eduqas) and Philosophy A level (AQA) are very successful courses with a number of groups each year.
The College’s innovative ‘extend’ programme (where A level learners study a course designed to stretch their understanding of a particular area related to their career aspirations) also includes a popular ‘Philosophers Toolkit’ course, designed to introduce learners to philosophical and critical thinking. Due to the popularity and projected growth in these courses we are looking for a part time team member to join the existing team. Applications are welcome from experienced teachers of Religious Studies/Philosophy or recent graduates of the subject looking to start a career in teaching. The ideal candidate will be passionate about Religious Studies and Philosophy and enthusing young people with them. The successful candidate will join a large wider humanities team who are dedicated to ensuring the delivery of high quality teaching and learning experiences across a number of subject areas. You will be supported and work alongside our dedicated RS/Philosophy teaching team and so a willingness to share practice and collaborate is vital. If you have the drive and passion and are committed to delivering outstanding teaching and learning then we would like to hear from you. The closing date for receipt of completed application is Friday March 22nd 2019
Interview date will be held in Exeter on: TBC Exeter College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults and expects all staff to share this commitment Successful applicants will be required to undertake an enhanced disclosure by the DBS.
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