Media Studies Teacher

Posted 14 May by Tempest Resourcing
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Tempest Resourcing are currently recruiting a Teacher Media Studies to work in a mixed Secondary School from September (or sooner). I am looking for a Media Studies specialist to teach KS4 & KS5

The Candidate - Teacher of Media Studies - Experience Teaching Media Studies
* A can do attitude and a willingness to plan and prepare lessons and manage people
* The ability to use initiative and work well under pressure
* The ability to communicate effectively with the children and other staff members
* Experience Teaching KS5

The Role - Teacher of Media Studies - Bromley
* The role will involve working with pupils teaching KS4 & KS5 Media Studies
* Leading a class team teaching Media Studies
* Assessing and accommodating individual learning needs of students
* encouraging the social and emotional development of pupils

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- Give details for us to complete Reference checks;
- Provide an Enhanced DBS disclosure We are committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people within education.

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