Part time teacher of Design and Technology
(Resistant Materials & Graphic Products)
This vacancy , becomes available from 1st January 2018. The post is offered on a fixed term contract from 1st January 18 until 31st August 18 pending a review of the organisation and needs of the school. We would consider a permanent appointment for a strong candidate. The 0.38 – 0.5 FTE timetable will be spread over 5 days per fortnight. Working days will be; Tuesday and Wednesday week 1; Monday, Tuesday and Friday week 2).
The department staffing includes, D&T Curriculum Leader for Key Stage 3, D&T Curriculum Leader for Key Stages 4 & 5, one part time teacher and a Design and Technology Technician.
At Key Stage 3 the Design and Technology department is responsible for delivering the D&T national curriculum in conjunction with the Food and Textiles Department.
At Key Stage 4 the department offers a range of courses; D&T: Resistant Materials and D&T: Graphic Products.
At Key Stage 5 the department runs a well-established A’ Level Design and Technology course.
The department is based in modern, purpose built rooms with excellent facilities. Three multi-media workshops (1 wood biased, 1 metal biased, 1 general/electronics) and a graphics computer suite with a good range of modern CAD/CAM facilities
Good contacts with local industry provide a number of industrial visits for students. The department runs extra-curricula activities and takes part in the Surrey Problem Solving Challenge to name but a few.
This post offers a challenging opportunity for a well-qualified enthusiastic teacher who is keen to play a vital role in the development of this exciting area of the curriculum.
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