Teacher of Psychology
TEACHER OF PSYCHOLOGY
MPR or UPR (fulltime)
Do you want to be part of a collaborative and high performing Psychology Department? Are you passionate about inspiring and supporting pupils to achieve their full potential in Psychology? If so, we want to hear from you.
Required from September, a specialist teacher of Psychology with outstanding practice and a commitment to team work. You will teach across key stages 4 and 5, alongside colleagues of the highest calibre.
Northgate is an 11-18 school with first rate facilities situated on the edge of Ipswich. Following Ofsted’s recent inspection under the new framework, we remain a ‘Good’ school. Ofsted noted that “the Sixth form is a vibrant learning community, where every student is valued as an individual” and that “pupils enjoy coming to this school”. We value our staff highly and, if you join us, you will be working in a school that is committed to staff wellbeing, offers a first class professional development programme and maintains positive links with other local schools and universities.
Please contact the School or visit our website for details. Completed applications and a supporting letter of application, should be returned to the Headteacher by 1pm, Tuesday 3rd March 2020.
Essential educational requirements
Qualified Teacher Status
Essential skills and experience
A specialist teacher of Psychology with outstanding practice and a commitment to team work. You will teach across key stages 4 and 5, alongside colleagues of the highest calibre.
About Northgate High School
Northgate High School is a mainstream, state-community, co-educational, non-denominational, secondary school for children aged 11-18. It is situated in Ipswich in Suffolk and there are 1700 pupils on its roll. The school prides itself on its state-of-the-art facilities, with purpose built centres maintained to the highest of standards. Headteacher: Miss Rowena Mackie
- Sidegate Lane West, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP4 3DL
- LA Maintained School
- Northgate High School website (opens in a new window)