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Full-time Teacher of Humanities (MPR / UPR)
Leading Geography (TLR 2b)
Required from September 2021
Tor Bridge High in Plymouth, rated Good by Ofsted in March 2018, was described as having “an open and positive school culture”, “where pupils of different ages happily co-exist”.
Ours is a thriving school that is oversubscribed for the seventh year.
We are looking to appoint a subject Lead for Geography and we welcome applications from candidates who can teach across the humanities disciplines at Key Stage 3 and who are specialists in Geography at Key Stage 4/5.
We welcome applications from excellent teachers who are seeking to also develop their leadership skills through the curriculum.
If you are:
• keen to join a school that is committed to equality;
• reflective and open to continually improving your skills through regular practice development;
• passionate about inspiring learning in young people;
• innovative, hardworking individual and an excellent practitioner;
• consistent in their approach to teaching and learning;
• an excellent team player, looking for a role in a well led, organised and resourced Humanities Team.
We would be delighted to hear from you.
An information pack and application form is available from the School
website (www.torbridge.net). For further details, or to arrange a visit,
please contact tbh-hr@.torbridge.net
Closing date: noon on Wednesday 10th March 2021
Interview Date: week commencing 15th March 2021
The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people. The successful applicant will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check. Checks will also be made with previous employers.
Applying for the job
We are not able to accept CV's - please see the link below to our application form.More on how to apply
1251 pupils enrolled
11 to 18
About Tor Bridge High
Our school is a well-established secondary school and sixth form, which caters for up to 1,200 pupils and has been oversubscribed for the past 7 years.
We are on a journey of school improvement with a relentless focus on high expectations with an aim to improve outcomes for all our students. This was reflected in our 2019 Year 11 results where we saw an overall increase in students’ progress - a reflection of the dedication of our staff for continued school improvement.
Arranging a visit to Tor Bridge High
Telephone school reception on 01752 207907 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.