New Directions Education are seeking to appoint a Humanities Teacher, for an immediate start. The post is working across the Rhondda Cynon Taf, with the opportunity to work across several secondary schools.
The role would be a superb opportunity to progress into a long-term role for the new academic year. This is a full-time role working within the school and across the department. It is initially due to start as soon as possible. The role offers up to five days a week, guaranteed work.
The schools have a solid academic record and this role would be an excellent opportunity for both Newly Qualified Teachers (NQTs) as well as more experienced teachers. The schools are well established within the area and have great involvement in the community surroundings, with excellent transport links.
The successful candidate will:
The ability to uphold excellent classroom behaviour and deliver varied teaching styles is essential. A professional attitude is important, where you will be required to abide to the school policies and dress code. You will need to be registered with the Education Workforce Council and happy to adhere to New Directions compliance procedures.
New Directions have on-going supply teaching jobs for Humanities Teachers in all areas. These positions are available for qualified teachers who can teach Key Stage 3 (KS3), Key Stage 4 (KS4) and possibly Key Stage 5 (KS5).
Newly qualified teachers (NQTs) looking for teaching work should also apply.
The Humanities Teacher role may require teaching of the following subjects: art history, classical studies, creative writing, English language and English literature, history, modern languages, music, philosophy, sociology and religious studies.
This role has a focus on personal and social development and pastoral care. If you have an interest in all things anthropological, a humanities teaching post may be the right role for you.
As a Humanities Teacher you’ll be expected to: