Teacher of Food Technology, Leeds, West Yorkshire

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The Stephen Longfellow AcademyLeeds, West Yorkshire

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Start date: September 2018
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: MPR/UPR (negotiable depending on experience)
Contract term: Permanent
Suitable for NQTs: No

Working in partnership with The GORSE Academies Trust

Teacher of Food Technology 

Location: The Stephen Longfellow Academy, Morley, Leeds, LS27 0LZ

Start: September 2018

Salary Scale: MPR/ UPR (negotiable depending on experience)

We seek to appoint a highly qualified food technology teacher with experience teaching across key stages 3 and 4, including GCSE. You may come from either a mainstream or special/alternative provision, and are confident to deliver high quality teaching and learning within the AP setting. As a food technology teacher working with vulnerable students, you will be able to impact significantly on their personal growth and well-being and go beyond teaching your subjects. This is an exciting and rewarding challenge for a dynamic individual to contribute to teaching across the academy. 

An application pack is available to download at www.tgat.org.uk/jobs/, or by email to recruitment@stephenlongfellow.co.uk 

For further information about the Academy visit the website www.stephenlongfellow.leeds.sch.uk

Closing Date: Thursday 26 April 2018 (9am)

Interview Date: Monday 30 April 2018

The Stephen Longfellow Academy is committed to safeguarding children and the successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.



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More about The Stephen Longfellow Academy
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Type: Alternative Provision
Funding status: State - Free School
Gender: Mixed
Age Range: 5 - 16 years
Address: C/o Bruntcliffe Academy, Bruntcliffe Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS27 0LZ, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 113 468 5999

The Stephen Longfellow Academy is named in honour of a colleague who worked across many schools in the Leeds city region and established an outstanding reputation as a man who cared deeply about the most vulnerable and most challenging pupils in our ...