Highly regarded & Reputable Bromley Secondary school is recruiting for either an NQT or Experienced Teacher of Religious Education (MPS or UPS). This is a full time & long term appointment to commence in January 2018
Well established academically driven secondary school that has a great reputation, essentially with pupils who are passionate about their education & want to learn. Graded Good by Ofsted, the behaviour of their pupils are exemplary. Any disruptions in class are at a minimum and are quickly and effectively handled by staff. Very supportive colleagues at this community based secondary school in Bromley. Exemplary Senior Leadership Team with an inspiring Head who has excellent aspirations for the school. In addition to the lower part of the school, they have a successful Sixth Form. Larger than average & Modern building with state of the art facilities. Strong transport links and free ample parking facilities in the general area. This Bromley School boasts Good to Outstanding teaching which is consistent throughout the school.
This post is for either and NQT or Experienced MPS or UPS Religious Education Teacher/ Teacher of Religious Education for this permanent position. This January 2018 post would only suit a Religious Education Teacher / Teacher of Religious Education who is able to teach a minimum of a ‘Good’ lesson. It is imperative that you are a secondary trained teacher with an excellent understanding of the UK curriculum. The successful teacher must have a secondary mainstream teaching certificate. You will be the type of practitioner who can teach a minimum of KS3 & KS4 (KS5 desirable). Must be a Good to Outstanding practitioner who can engage, enthuse and inspire your students.
You must pass the following:
* Must have a Secondary Teaching certificate
* Experience teaching KS3 and KS4 (minimum)
* Secondary mainstream Religious Education Teacher / Teacher of Religious Education teaching experience
* MPS or UPS (NQT or Experienced)Teacher
* Good to Outstanding Practitioner
* Able to engage, inspire and enthuse your students