Head of English – Permanent Post from September 2017
Head of English – Greenwich
An opportunity for a Head of English has come up starting in September for a Secondary School based in Greenwich.
This position would be perfect for an outstanding Subject Leader of English who can run a high achieving and successful department with confidence and success.
Working as Head of English you will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the department and will need to be an efficient and effective planner who can also deliver a range of high quality lessons across the respective year groups up to and including A-level standard.
**Head of English – Greenwich
**Fantastic career opportunity
**Strong SLT/Excellent School behavior
** Please apply today so we can arrange an interview
As you would come to expect with a school of this standard students make excellent progress across the year groups at an impressive rate with many post 16 students going on to study at a range of excellent Universities. In addition the levels of commitment from staff and the strong subject knowledge they have helps ensure pupils learn effectively and in a positive environment.
You will need to be a strong English team leader who is totally committed to role, you will be taken over from a very successful current Head of English and the Head Teacher is very keen to make the right appointment
The school can offer the successful Head of English outstanding resources at their disposal and the full support of the Senior Leadership Team.
This position would suit a Head of English with a proven track record and the people skills and knowledge required to teach a school which aims to always appoint outstanding practitioners.
Do not forget TLTP’s Refer and Earn scheme. For every person you recommend that we place and meet our terms and conditions you will receive a referral bonus of £130 (subject to statutory deductions).
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