Food Technology Teacher

KS3/KS4/KS5/Secondary
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  • Job Location Location
    Location London, Redbridge
  • Job Salary Salary
    Salary £125 - 195 per day
  • Job Type Job type
    Employment type Long-term Supply
  • Job Start Date Start Date
    Start date 3 January 2019
  • Job Required Time Required time
    Required Time 5 days per week
Job description

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a qualified Food Technology Teacher to join an Outstanding Catholic Secondary School in East London from January 2019.

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Food Technology Teacher
This successful Design Technology department is looking to recruit an experienced, enthusiastic Food Technology Teacher to join their team. You will join a hugely supportive and successful team, who together work very hard to make sure every student’s needs are met. The department offers BTEC Home Cooking Skills, GCSE Food Technology and Food Technology at A-Level. The Food Technology Department achieves outstanding results at Key Stage 3, GCSE and A-Level and classes are taught in mixed ability groups. They are looking to recruit a Food Technology Teacher on a permanent basis but will consider temp-perm for the right candidate. The role is to start in January 2019.

To be considered for this Food Technology role you must have:
– Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)
– PGCE in Food Technology
– Experience of teaching Food Technology KS3 – KS5
– The desire to become part of a fantastic and supportive team
– The ability to demonstrate a supportive understanding of the ethos and beliefs of the school

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The School
This larger than average Catholic Secondary School has been graded Outstanding consistently in their last five Ofsted reports and continues to be one of the top schools in London. The inspirational Headteacher is passionately committed to providing an outstanding education for every student. Every member of staff works together very well to ensure that students enjoy their learning and achieve their full potential. The behaviour within the school is outstanding – students have excellent attitudes to learning. Time is not wasted on managing poor behaviour as the students are very aware of what is expected of them and how they are to behave.

Ofsted states that ‘The school’s strong sense of moral purpose, respect and consideration for each individual contributes very strongly to the sense of community. Staff and students are proud to be part of the school.’

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