Psychology Teacher (part-time)

Psychology Teacher (part-time)

  • Location

    United Kingdom

  • Sector:

    Senior Schools

  • Salary:

    £28k - 52k per year

  • Contact:

    Devra Farhi

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  • Contact phone:

    020 7587 5153

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  • Published:

    over 1 year ago

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A leading independent Senior School on the Kent borders require a part-time Psychology teacher, ideally, to start as soon as possible. The position would run until the end of the academic year in the first instance, however, there is a high likelihood the position can can be further expanded into a permanent role for the right candidate. The post would entail teaching Psychology at A level, one day per week (there is flexibility as to which day). Assistance with accommodation is available.

Essential: Prior experience teaching Psychology, or applications from strong NQTs or postgraduates would also be warmly considered. Full support would be provided for the NQT Induction.

Desired: Experience teaching Psychology at A level, a postgraduate degree,the ability to offer an additional subject, and a background in the independent sector would be a bonus, however, this is certainly not essential.

The school values pupils' academic achievements alongside the development of the whole person, be that in sport, the arts or a multitude of other areas. The school is set in the picturesque countryside and its mission is for students to develop a love of learning, and to reach their full potential. Academic rigour is underpinned by an outstanding pastoral care programme. Teaching students values such as: service, humility, resilience, and dedication are central to the school's ethos.

If you are an enthusiastic about Psychology and would like to teach the opportunity in a leading independent school, please forward your CV asap to devra.farhi@harrishill.co.uk or please ask for Devra on: 020 7820 7308 for an informal chat.

Harris Hill is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all partners to share this commitment.