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TEACHER OF DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY (RMT & Graphics)
We believe exceptional teachers transform lives, so we are looking for a talented and enthusiastic teacher of Design and Technology (RMT & Graphics) with a real passion for their subject. The school offers a wide ranging professional development programme, support for career progression and excellent resources in a state-of-the-art building,
Our students are happy and make excellent progress. OFSTED graded the school outstanding in all areas and commented “Students have outstanding attitudes to learning and take a pride in their work”. D & T subjects are popular and successful options at GCSE with RMT, Graphics, Food and Textiles all offered. The ability to deliver RMT and Graphics to GCSE level is essential. The post is suitable for an NQT or a more experienced teacher.
Applicants should be keenly interested in how children learn, as well as committed to equal opportunities and a collaborative approach to teaching and learning.
CLOSING DATE – 9.00am on Monday 20th May 2019. Early applications are encouraged – we may interview candidates as they apply and hence we reserve the right to interview early for this post should a suitable candidate apply.
Full details of the post and an application form can be downloaded from our website: www.whitmore.harrow.sch.uk Completed forms to be returned to Ms Susan Hammond, Headteacher. CVs will not be accepted. Thank you for your interest.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people. All workers and employees are expected to share this commitment.
Our Child Protection Policy is available from our website.
All appointments are subject to satisfactory pre-employment checks, including a satisfactory Enhanced criminal records with Barred List check through the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)
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