We are looking to recruit a Teacher of Art with at least two years experience for a girls school located in South-West London, just a 3 minute walk from a tube station. The role is to start September to cover a maternity leave. This is a good school which sets high expectations for its pupils and achieves strong results (75% A*-C at GCSE). The school is very supportive of their staff and offers a good induction programme for teachers. This is a great opportunity to join a successful and friendly teaching team. The school has also just undergone an Ofsted Inspection and was deemed to be “outstanding” throughout. The successful candidate will demonstrate their strong teaching skills and ability to motivate, enthuse, excite and challenge students to produce the highest quality work. You must be a committed member of staff with a real interest in the provision of quality teaching for all their students. You must also be a qualified teacher, have strong communication skills and enjoy teamwork. This is an opportunity to join a dynamic school who are committed to raising achievement through extensive professional development. The school is open to art teachers who have just qualified as well as teachers with more experience. The successful candidate should be able to teach across the Secondary age range and demonstrate the ability to be organised, communicate effectively with pupils as well as promote effective teaching and learning. We are currently working with numerous long term positions so if this position is not quite for you please do send us your CV to discuss other opportunities more suitable to your requirements. ASQ Education is a quality mark teaching agency that is committed to offering teachers the finest opportunities throughout London and the UK. To apply for this position, please send your CV ASAP to the following email address: email@example.com or visit our website www.asq-education.co.uk and register online today.
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