Humanities Teacher

Location: Harrow
Job Type: Permanent
Industry: Secondary Teacher
Reference: Humanities TeacheMAT
Salary: £675 - 1,000 per week
Job Published: 13 days ago

Humanities Teacher

Harrow

 Full-time, 1-Year Maternity Cover

 September 2024

Join our thriving Humanities Department and contribute to the delivery of History, Geography, Religious Studies (RS), and Personal Development to Key Stage 3 students. We offer compulsory RS at GCSE, as well as History and Geography at both GCSE and A-level. The timetable will be flexible to accommodate the successful candidate’s specialism(s).

Responsibilities:

Understand and support the curriculum's sequencing rationale

Provide curriculum feedback in team meetings or to HoF/HoD or KS Coordinator

Ensure high levels of challenge and support for all learners

Utilize knowledge organizers and review activities

Promote inclusivity and representation

Equip learners for further studies

Secure excellent teaching and learning outcomes

Apply  principles in classroom practice

Enhance subject-specific teaching strategies

Plan and deliver high-quality lessons

Implement effective AfL strategies

Set and assess regular homework

Provide feedback in line with school policy

Achieve excellent outcomes for all learners, including disadvantaged and SEN students

Maintain high standards in learners’ work

Deliver high-quality feedback to learners

Foster enjoyment and relevance of the subject

Support learners with timely in-class intervention

Promote learner confidence and aspiration

Reward effort and progress fairly

Teach a curriculum that supports spiritual, moral, social, and cultural development

Implement equality, diversity, and inclusion

Promote career opportunities related to the subject

Support learners at key transition points

Lead or support extra-curricular activities

Prioritize learner safety and pass on safeguarding concerns promptly

Manage learner behaviour consistently and respectfully

Encourage full attendance for learner success

Keep parents informed of their child’s progress

Provide clear guidance to learners on improving their work

Engage with learners through the school’s marking policy

Utilize school rewards systems effectively

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see the FAQs on the Protocol Education website for further details.

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 date.

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