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Teacher of Food Technology - Part-time

Nicholas Breakspear Catholic SchoolHertfordshire

We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic Food Technology teacher who is passionate about their subject. The position will involve the teaching of Food Technology at Key Stage Three and the teaching of Hospitality and Catering at Key Stage Four. 

We are ideally looking for someone who can work part-time (0.8) Monday to Friday Periods 1-4 (leaving at 1.25pm daily) but full-time applications will also be considered.

The successful applicant will join a committed, collaborative and friendly department.  The role is suitable for NQTs as well as more experienced teachers. 

Interviews will take place w/c 4th October 2021.

Nicholas Breakspear is a vibrant, nurturing and ambitious school. Situated on the outskirts of St Albans the school benefits from large spacious grounds and close links to London. This role provides an excellent opportunity for someone to join a school which values inclusivity and kindness and which allows children to flourish and grow in confidence. 

Nicholas Breakspear is a member of the Diocese of Westminster Academy Trust. We work together with the other schools in the trust to share best practice and to promote the development of staff and students. DOWAT is recognised as one of the top 10 academy trusts in the country.

Nicholas Breaskpear is a Catholic school and we place great emphasis on the gospel values of Truth, Justice, Peace and Love. This is reflected in the excellent conduct and behavior of our students and the appreciation of the role they have in serving their school and the wider community. Our staff reflect the diverse backgrounds of our students and we welcome all applicants irrespective of faith.

We welcome visits from prospective staff.  If you would like an informal conversation about the post before applying, please contact Mr P Hearn at hearnp@nbs.herts.sch.uk 

Nicholas Breakspear Catholic School is committed to safeguarding, actively promoting British values and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We are committed to the development of community cohesion and the prevention of extremism and radicalisation.  All staff will be required to have an enhanced DBS Check.  All staff are required to have the ability to work in a way that promotes the safety and wellbeing of young children.


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