Posting Date: Friday 23rd February 2018
Closing Date: Monday 26th February 2018
Interviews: 28th Feb 2018
Contract Type: Full Time
Teacher - Food and Nutrition
Start date: April 2018
Roll: 1330 (including Sixth Form)
Location: Haverhill, Suffolk
Contract type: Full time
This is an excellent opportunity for an inspiring teacher with a passion for Food and Nutrition.
Food and Nutrition is highly successful at GCSE. The department has a high profile and a mission to secure outstanding outcomes and engender a real passion for the subject; Lessons are lively and interactive.
We wish to appoint an outstanding, enthusiastic and ambitious Food and Nutrition teacher to join our team of motivated and successful professionals.
Teaching KS3 and KS4, in addition to developing and creating schemes of work. We welcome all applications from experienced Food and Nutrition teachers to talented NQTs who will be given ample opportunity to develop their professional skills. A successful NQT applicant will be fully supported in the role, including the provision of a mentor, training opportunities and student intervention support.
The successful applicant will establish and maintain high standards of achievement in Food and Nutrition while continuing the department dynamic approach.
Samuel Ward Academy is both innovative and forward thinking with teachers who are keen to research and develop their practice. Further details about the Academy can be found on our website www.samuelward.co.uk
The willingness to take risks, to be innovative and creative are the attributes we wish to develop in everyone.
We have a strong set of values and we care. Teaching and Learning is at the heart of all we do and permeates our culture.
Application packs are available from Mrs Merch-Chammon on 01440 760333 or email
email@example.com or from our website www.samuelward.co.uk
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All successful candidates will be expected to obtain a DBS and other relevant employment checks.
Closing Date: Monday 26 February 2018