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Alternative Provision English Teacher

  • Location: Nottingham
  • Start date: 17 Oct 2017
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE10939965
  • Branch: Nottingham
  • Consultant: Laura Cooper
  • Call: 0115 853 2170
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Job description
An Alternative Provision School, based in Nottingham, are recruiting for an English Teacher. The position will start as soon as possible and will run until the end of the academic year.

This English Teacher job will be working for a school that provides alternative education for Key Stage 3 & 4 pupils in Nottingham. Based in a state of the art location, you will be required to teach English to both GCSE and Functional Skills Level.

The school has very high expectations for their pupils, teachers and support staff work from 8.30am until 5pm and have a very collaborative approach to their delivery and planning and interact with their pupils throughout the day.

The successful candidate will be very confident in delivering GCSE English and have some experience of delivering Functional Skills. A teacher with a can-do attitude and a flexible personality is integral to working in this very supportive environment.

This is an excellent job opportunity for development and it could be ideal for someone with experience of teaching low ability pupils within a mainstream setting, looking for a new challenge, will relish this opportunity.

To apply for this English Teacher job, please call 0115 853 2170 or email your CV to laura.cooper@protocol-education.com
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