We have a fantastic opportunity for a school in Guernsey who are looking for a Food and Design Technology Teacher for a September start! This is a temporary role, initially for one term from 1st September 2019 but may be extended into the first part of the following term as this is long term sickness cover.
You will be required to teach KS3 and KS4 with a requirement for some teaching of Design Technology at KS1 & KS2 and also some Primary Art. The school currently has two GCSE classes following the Food and Nutrition AQA syllabus and will need an experienced and versatile teacher.
Flights and accommodation are provided throughout the contract and our client are offering £150 per day plus holiday pay and are looking to interview immediately.
Teaching on a Food and Design Technology programme
The person & qualifications
- Previous experience teaching on a food technology
- A teaching qualification
- A DBS on the update service or applied for
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