English Teacher

Location: Luton
Job Type: Permanent
Industry: Secondary Teacher | Secondary | UK Teaching Jobs for International Teachers
Reference: PE11306160
Salary: MPS/UPS As Appropriate
Job Published: 24 days ago
An excellent opportunity for an English teacher to take up a full time, permanent English teaching vacancy in Luton, Bedfordshire. We are looking to appoint a highly committed English teacher who has a passion for their subject, promoting interest in this popular and successful subject across the full age range of the school from September 2021.
This is highly successful 11-16 mixed school with an excellent reputation, situated in pleasant grounds in Luton. The school prides themselves on excellent GCSE results and providing an enriching educational experience to all of their students. The most recent full OfSTED inspection judged the school to be a good school. Leadership is very strong and behavior is good.
To be considered for this English teaching job in Luton you will need to;
  • possess excellent teaching skills and an ability to lead classes with pace and sufficient challenge
  • have the charisma, enthusiasm and personality to motivate students
  • have experience of teaching English
  • understand the school's academic standing and have a sincere commitment to sharing long-term aims
  • show you are an imaginative and forward-thinking classroom practitioner
  • have the willingness to form part of a successful and enthusiastic team
  • have high expectations of pupils and themselves
  • be committed to planning and delivering an exciting interactive curriculum

In return this school offers:
  • a great school to further your career
  • excellent CPD opportunities
  • a vibrant, happy and calm environment to work in where staff morale is high
  • pay to scale
Applications are welcomed from NQT 's or experienced colleagues. Overseas qualified teachers are also welcome to apply. If you are interested in applying for this English teaching position in Luton, Bedfordshire please apply online to Paul Chuter at Protocol Education today.