Teacher of Psychology and Sociology
In the first instance, the candidate will be required to teach AS Psychology and AS Sociology,
We are looking for a teacher who displays the following characteristics:
• a genuine passion for the subjects;
• excellent subject knowledge and a desire to build on this;
• enthusiasm for working with
• outstanding communication skills.
You should be committed to the development of students’ literacy and numeracy skills. You should have a commitment to the provision of a supportive framework that enables all students in both curriculum areas to achieve success in their post-16 studies. A positive commitment to the needs of students from a variety of backgrounds is essential.
You can expect to teach on both AS Psychology and AS Sociology courses and should be capable of delivering the subjects to a wide range of student abilities. Candidates should have the flexibility to work as a member of a team and be willing to contribute to the development of teaching programmes and resources
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: