Teacher of Design and Technology
MPS / UPS (depending on experience) - required for September 2019
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a DT teacher to join our Design and Technology department in our successful, vibrant and culturally diverse school.
The ability to offer textiles would advantageous but not essential.
This post is equally suited to an experienced teacher or an NQT looking for an exciting first position in a supportive school. What matters the most is that you are a talented and innovative practitioner with a passion for Design and Technology.
The Design & Technology department at Whitefield School aims to encourage and enable our students to remain creative, curious and confident by keeping them connected to the world outside. Our students enjoy a rich and personal learning journey which offers them opportunities to give physical shape and visual form to their design concepts, solutions, ideas and feelings. Through this process students locate themselves as worthwhile young people whose individual qualities are valued and developed.
The Design and Technology department reflects our creative industry where design is at the forefront. Whether our students design an innovative product, building or graphical concept the formal elements of Environment, Aesthetics and Ergonomics are integral to all student designs and innovations.
At KS3 we offer Design & Technology and these makes up 2 lessons over 2 weeks. Students will then choose a pathway for GCSE which includes Product Design, Resistant Materials, Textiles and 3D design.
The successful candidate will have access to continuous professional development through our dedicated internal and external CPD programme. The school also offers various benefits to all employees through our extensive wellbeing programme. Flexible working could be considered.
Please use the school application form to apply for this vacancy.
For further information on our exciting school, please visit our website www.whitefield.barnet.sch.uk
Closing Date: noon on Monday 15th July 2019
Interview: Wednesday 17th July 2019
The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The successful applicant will be expected to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check
If you have not heard from us within two weeks of the closing date, please assume you have been unsuccessful in your application on this occasion.