- Location: Newport - South Wales
- Start Date: May 2019
- Job Type: Long Term
- Sector: Additional Learning Needs (ALN)
- Category: 1-2-1 Support
- Salary: From £90 per day
We are working with a Newport based School who are a seeking a Humanities Teacher on a 5 day per week basis. The School would like to hear from Teachers with both Primary and Secondary experience who are at any stage of their career . The role will require you to plan and prepare lessons and become an integral part of School life. The lessons you plan will not be run of the mill, you will need to get to know your Pupils and find the best ways of inspiring them to learn and keep them engaged.
The School work with Pupils on a day admission and residential basis. The Pupils are working with the School because they have traumatic backgrounds and find learning in a mainstream environment challenging. The Classroom sizes are smaller and there is a wealth of Learning Support Assistant support within the class. There are elements of managing behaviour to this position but no day will ever be the same.
The Head Teacher is seeking expressions of interest for those who can begin for the Summer Term.
New Directions are proud to be able to support you with training for this position and can offer you free courses in Managing Behaviour and the Team Teach intervention programme.
If you would like more information on this post or any other Teaching vacancies, please give us a call.
New Directions have ongoing 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 in humanities are also advised to contact us to register.
Humanities Teachers are in popular demand at secondary schools across England and Wales. The role of a Humanities Teacher is varied and offers great opportunity for development. The post 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.
The Role of a Supply Humanities Teacher
- Teach all areas of the school curriculum or your subject specialism;
- Organise the classroom and learning resources to create a positive teaching environment;
- Plan, prepare and teach lessons that cater for all student ability ranges;
- Motivate pupils with enthusiastic, imaginative presentation;
- Maintain discipline;
- Meet requirements for the assessment and recording of pupils' development;
- Coordinate activities and resources within a specific area of the curriculum, supporting colleagues in the delivery of this specialist area;
- Staying up to date with changes and developments in the structure of the curriculum;
- Take part in school events and activities which may take place at weekends or in the evening;
- Liaise with colleagues and working flexibly, particularly within smaller schools.
What can you expect from New Directions Education?
- A dedicated account manager;
- Regular and varied teaching supply work;
- Competitive pay rates;
- Potential long-term teaching roles;
- Fully compliant with the Agency Workers Regulation (AWR);
- Network of branches across the UK;
- Preferred supplier to 19 boroughs across the UK;
- Recommend-a-friend scheme;
- Respected reputation throughout the education and recruitment industry.
Please contact New Directions Education for more information on this job vacancy, on 029 2039 0133, or use our form below to enquire about this job vacancy.
Last modified: 29th March 2019