Geography Teacher

Frederick Gough SchoolNorth Lincolnshire

Contract Type: Permanent 32 hours, 30 minutes per week

Preference for a full-time contract but the school is flexible with a possible part-time contract

We are looking to appoint a dynamic, child centred teacher for the above position. The successful candidate will be, or if NQT have the ability to become, an inspirational classroom practitioner.

The geography department is a successful team of three specialist staff that consistently support students to achieve excellent outcomes. In addition to quality first teaching and learning, each student’s experience of geography is supported through targeted and focused intervention. There is a comprehensive induction programme in place to support new staff.

Frederick Gough School is an over-subscribed community school that aims to ensure all of its learners leave as happy, well-rounded, qualified individuals ready to succeed in the next chapter of their lives.

Further details are available from the school. Interested candidates are welcome, if they so wish, to visit the school and geography department by appointment in advance, to meet Mick Dalton (Deputy Headteacher).

The closing date is Thursday, February 25 with virtual interviews to be held as soon as possible afterwards.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect the same commitment from all staff and volunteers.

We would like to thank you for your interest in this vacancy. If you are invited for an interview you will be contacted by the school. For feedback on your application, please contact the school directly.

Contact Details for Informal discussion

- jcurtis@frederickgoughschool.co.uk

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