Wyke is an established, highly successful Sixth Form College with an outstanding reputation in the locality. The college draws students from Kingston-upon-Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, and further afield. The largest and one of the most successful A-level provider in the area, we offer applicants the opportunity to work alongside committed colleagues who have enabled our students to achieve high levels of success. At Wyke we put the student first and all decisions centre around staff working together to meet their best interests.
We believe that the results and demand for Health and Social Care places confirm it as an ‘outstanding’ department with results that place us in the top 25% nationally. Teachers within the department support students with a range of extra-curricular revision workshops, a highly successful work experience programme and strategic links with employers which have helped contribute to the department’s outstanding outcomes.
Wyke is looking to recruit excellent Health & Social Care teachers, full and part time, to join this friendly and supportive department.
· You should be a well-qualified teacher and have excellent classroom skills which have led to a record of high student achievement.
· This post will would suit a newly qualified or experienced teacher skilled in delivering lessons which are geared towards the BTEC specifications. Applications from teachers less familiar with BTEC but with appropriate skills are also welcome.
· Being confident teaching across the whole course, particularly the sociology and anatomy and physiology aspects would be an advantage.
For further details and an application form please see below. If you have any queries about applying for the role or require paper copies of the information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 01482 346347.
The college takes safeguarding extremely seriously and a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service disclosure will be required for this post.
The closing date for received applications is 9a.m. on Monday 30th April.