Teacher of Religious Studies

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South East
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Permanent opportunity

Portsmouth based School

Excellent transport links

We are looking to appoint a Teacher of Religious Studies/Education and/or Philosophy and Ethics to join a Multi-Academy Trust School based in the Portsmouth area. This position may offer additional responsibilities where the department falls short, however this is not a necessity, and NQTs will too be considered for this role. Ideally you will be available full time, although the school are willing to consider a teacher on a 0.8 working pattern.

The school are looking for an ambitious teacher to join their humanities team from the beginning of the new academic year. The successful applicant will deliver a mix of humanities to KS3 and RE to KS4. The role will include the planning of the KS4 curriculum, with the Head of Department specifically requesting those with innovative ideas to become involved with adapting current schemes of work to allow the subject to relate to the modern world.

You should be experienced in delivering Religious Studies/Education and/or Philosophy and Ethics to KS3 and KS4. You should also feel confident in your subject knowledge to deliver lessons across multiple exam boards and to a large range of ability of Students.

The School maintains its 'Good' by Ofsted status, owing to its strong team of experienced Teachers who share the Schools values. It is important to the school that you treat all students as individuals and allow them to pursue excellence in their chosen subjects, whilst supporting them throughout any hardships or challenges they may face to their education. You must be passionate about your subject, and the role it plays in the wider society. As well as, being confident in leading open discussions and debates, sensitively where necessary, steering these conversations to educate Students appropriately.

We are looking for professionals with:

* Evidence of excellent classroom practice
* High expectations of pupil attainment and behaviour
* Evidence of ability to enthuse and motivate pupils
* Good organisation and communication skills

In exchange you will be part of a supportive Staff family, and enjoy outstanding CPD. As well as a well having a well-resourced Department, and teaching willing Students.

If you are interested in applying for this role with Teaching Personnel, please submit your CV today and our team will be in touch!

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All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later

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Tel: 023 8033 1441
Contact: Kate Gallacher

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