Design Technology Teaching position in Sittingbourne, Kent. TimePlan are seeking an energetic, dynamic and innovative individual to join our client schools’ successful and fast expanding DT team; to help continue the already high standards in this area, and to further develop BTEC Engineering opportunities. The department currently delivers BTEC Levels 1, 2 and 3 Engineering and GCSE Resistant Materials as well as KS3 Courses. There is access to an Engineering Skills Centre. There is a Construction Skills Centre on site with specialist painting and decorating, joinery and bricklaying facilities. Our school’s KS2 to KS4 Contextual Value Added places it well inside the top 3% of schools nationally.
This Sittingbourne, Kent school is an OUTSTANDING school according to OFSTED. This is based on the quality of the curriculum, leadership, and most importantly, pupil attainment. 2009 saw the best ever set of GCSE results with 75% of pupils gaining at least 5 good grades at GCSE and 38% achieving this including English and mathematics. This places the school in the top 3% of schools nationally for pupil progress in all subjects.
Teachers interested in this Design Technology teaching position in Sittingbourne, Kent must be able to demonstrate;
* Enthusiasm for teaching DT.
* Hardworking, reliable and trustworthy.
* Ability to communicate positively with children.
* Ability to work supportively within a team.
In return, we can offer:
* Competitive rates of pay;
* Associated pay benefits, including a longer working day allowance, meal allowance and travel expenses;
* Opportunities to aid your professional development
If you are interested in applying for this design technology teaching job in Sittingbourne, Kent please apply online today or call Paul Chuter at TimePlan the number one teaching agency for resistant materials teaching jobs in Kent on 01732 373340
TimePlan Education believes in Equal Opportunities in employment for all.
TimePlan Education Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (1974) and is subject to a successful Enhanced Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check and two satisfactory professional references.