Teacher of Food Technology

Parrenthorn High SchoolBury

Parrenthorn High School is a popular and over-subscribed 11-16 co-educational secondary school which prides itself on providing an outstanding education for children of all abilities. The school is located in a pleasant semi-rural area with easy access to the M60, M62 and M66 motorways, Bury and Manchester.

The salary for this post will be £25,714 to £41,604 per annum.

This post is temporary to cover the maternity leave of the substantive postholder.

You should be able to deliver Food Technology confidently to KS3 and KS4 

The ideal candidate will ensure that high standards of teaching and learning are delivered; teaching and inspiring our independent and inquisitive learners to see to it that they develop their potential and are equipped for life beyond school.

If you are an inspirational teacher and team player, with the passion, creativity and drive to maintain the very highest of standards in the department, we would be delighted to hear from you.

The department is friendly, enthusiastic and has a committed team of five specialist teaching staff including two technicians used for support.

The post is an exciting opportunity for the successful applicant to teach and work within a team of highly motivated and inspiring staff. The vacancy is suitable for an NQT or someone looking to broaden their teaching experience, working in a school where all Technology subjects are popular and valued by students and staff alike.

For further information click on the documents below: 

Application forms and further details are downloadable from here

and returnable to the Headteacher via email to: parrenthorn@bury.gov.uk, at the

school by 9.00 a.m. on Wednesday 17th March 2021.

Supporting documents

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