History Teacher

Posted 12 April by TLTP Education
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History Teacher Greenwich, London £36,745 - £56,959 Per Annum Full time Secondary School

History Teacher Greenwich, London
History Teacher £36,745 - £56,959 Per Annum
History Teacher Secondary School
History Teacher September 2024

Are you a newly qualified History Teacher or an experienced History Teacher looking for a new challenge?

Do you have in depth knowledge of the History curriculum?

Do you have strong behaviour management?

If you answered yes to the above, then apply for this History Teacher role now!

History Teacher The Role

You will be working in a mainstream secondary school as A History Teacher, joining on a permanent basis from September 2024. You will be teaching History to KS3 and KS4 with potential to teach History to KS5. You will be required to plan, deliver, and mark your own lessons, and help with the development of the History curriculum.

History Teacher The School

The School is a mixed non-selective academy situated in the historic borough of Greenwich, London. As part of a small multi-academy trust, the school is dedicated to delivering a top-notch education to its students. Recently commended by Ofsted and graded as 'Good,' The School offers a supportive and enriching learning environment. Located in Greenwich, London, the school enjoys excellent accessibility by car from various neighbouring areas. It is also well-connected by public transport, providing convenient options for commuting students and staff.

Apply for this History Teacher role or contact Harvey Buisson at TLTP for more information!

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Reference: 52463293

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