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Part Time Teacher of Psychology

Sir John Deane's Sixth Form CollegeCheshire West and Chester

The sixth form seeks to appoint an enthusiastic teacher to contribute to the work of this thriving department.

The post is fixed term until the end of the academic year and is part time, 0.38 FTE - 0.56 FTE to be agreed with the candidate.

The ideal candidate will be a hardworking and enthusiastic teaching professional with a strong academic background in Psychology and excellent subject knowledge. Candidates must also be able to demonstrate a passion for teaching, a commitment to ensuring the highest standards of achievement for all students and have an impressive track record of results. The College particularly values the experience and knowledge teachers can bring from a secondary school environment.

We welcome applications from newly qualified teachers and teachers with experience.  A full NQT programme is offered in the same way as schools: this means you will be fully qualified to advance your future career.

Most importantly, the person appointed must be willing to:

• bring imaginative and varied approaches to their teaching;

• work as a member of a team, sharing ideas and resources;

• develop relationships with students based upon equality, respect, joy and high aspirations.

We are proud that the Sir John Deane’s name has enhanced the career of many colleagues and, together with the professional development we provide, has allowed them to progress into middle and senior management positions.

As part of the Sir John Brunner Foundation Multi-Academy Trust, over time the College will be able to provide professional opportunities in good and outstanding local high schools to help you further develop your career.

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