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Religious Studies Teacher

Job Summary

Friern Barnet Secondary School
Contract Type:
Working Pattern:
Full time
Advert Start Date:
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 26/03/2018 17:00
MPR / UPR (£26,662 - £42,498)
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Teaching - Schools
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Job details 

Closing date
26 Mar

Job information

School Name: Friern Barnet School, Specialist Arts College
School Address: Hemington Avenue, London, N11 3LS
Headteacher: Mr S Horne
Tel: 020 8368 2777
Email: m.caslingbrown@friern.barnet.sch.uk

Post Title: Religious Studies Teacher
Start: For September 2018

Salary: MPR / UPR (£26,662 - £42,498)
Closes: 26 March 2018

We are looking for a dedicated, motivated professional who is looking forward to working in a wonderfully diverse, multicultural school. The department, which is overseen by the Head of Humanities, is a dynamic department that works closely with a variety of professional bodies to keep practice current and innovative. Therefore, the successful candidate will have a passion for developing their vision for high class RS and inspire a thirst for learning in the students.

This is an excellent opportunity for a passionate colleague who is well organised, focused on student attainment and willing to go that ‘extra mile’ for students. We welcome applications from NQT’s or more experiences colleagues.

Friern Barnet School is committed to the creative arts because they enrich the quality of our experiences, providing rewarding activities that inspire, inform, stimulate, challenge and entertain. We were re-accredited with the Artsmark Gold award in January 2018. We are hugely ambitious academically for our students but we also want them to live lives which are personally and socially fulfilling. In addition we want them to develop a love for art, music, dance, theatre and culture, which will enrich the whole of their lives. However, we believe in the importance of academic rigour and support colleagues in a variety of ways to ensure that the students receive a quality learning experience.

The school has a strong reputation for the successful induction of newly qualified teachers and for continuing professional development. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to enhanced clearance through the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Application forms and further information are available to download at www.friern.barnet.sch.uk

Please note

This job is closed for applications.

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