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Teacher of History (Long Term Absence Cover)

  • Salary details:
  • MPR 1-6 / £30,000 - £41,333 per annum
  • UPR 1-3 / £43,266 - £46,525 per annum
  • Start date: As soon as possible
  • Closing date: Friday 21st June 2024 at 12 noon
  • Interviews: w/c Monday 24th June 2024

The Prescot School is looking to appoint an outstanding History teacher to join the Humanities department to provide long term absence cover.

The Prescot School is situated in a state of the art, 21st century building, situated on the outskirts of Prescot, approximately ten miles from Liverpool City Centre. We are an 11-16 school which opened in September 2016 as a convertor Academy, linked to the outstanding ‘The Heath Family Trust’.

Our ethos of high aspiration, support and challenge permeates every aspect of our work. Students are challenged and supported by a team of dedicated and professional teachers who strive to achieve the absolute best for the students they teach with high expectations of all individuals at all times.

Our positive and caring atmosphere, backed by excellent resources, makes this a wonderful place to build your career in a supportive learning environment.

The successful applicant will be an innovative, creative and outstanding practitioner, who will be able to contribute to the planning and delivery of the Science curriculum at KS3 and KS4. The Humanities Department are a talented and supportive team who work together to achieve excellent results and improve student outcomes, as well as have a sound knowledge of data relating to pupil progress and achievement.

All information about the post and relevant documentation is available to download below.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact school via E-mail: info@prescotschool.org.uk 

Completed applications should be emailed to recruitment.tps@prescotschool.org.uk

The Prescot School is committed to safeguarding, to promoting the welfare of children and adhering to the Equality Act 2010. The successful candidate will be required to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. To comply with the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996 all prospective employees will be required to supply evidence of eligibility to work in the UK.

‘By engaging in this recruitment process, shortlisted candidates consent to an online search in line with the Keeping Children Safe in Education Statutory Guidance 2022’