Teacher of Design Technology P/T (0.5fte)

Nailsea SchoolNailsea, North Somerset



Nailsea School is seeking to employ a part time Design Technology teacher from September 2021. The successful candidate will teach Design and Technology in a rotation system at KS3.

The requirement is for 0.5 of a timetable but the days of work are flexible and can be discussed at interview. This post will initially be for a fixed period until July 2022, with the chance of being converted into a permanent position during the year.

Nailsea School aims to achieve excellence for all students, through outstanding teaching and learning and is looking to appoint an enthusiastic and motivated outstanding teacher to an already dedicated Design Technology team.

The successful candidate will consistently:

• Deliver good and outstanding teaching with pace and sufficient challenge

• Support the DT team in its aims to continually improve results and progress

• Show a willingness to implement changes and developments in the curriculum

• Create  a fun, supportive and high performing learning environment

• Support the school ethos at all times

• Be an imaginative and forward thinking classroom practitioner

• Possess excellent behaviour management skills 

Nailsea School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and all appointments will be subject to a criminal records check, medical check and satisfactory references.

To apply please go to the TES website to complete the application form.

If you have any questions or queries please contact Lorraine Coombs, Assistant Business Manager, HR, on 01275 866799

Closing date for receipt of applications: 21 May 2021 Noon

Proposed interview date: 25th May 2021

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