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Salary: Starting from £26,148 (FTE) for NQTs moving up to £35,000 (FTE) dependent on experience
Hours: Part time 0.4 (with potential for more hours if also able to teach A Level Sociology)
Required from: September 2021
Brighton Girls offers an exciting part time opportunity to teach A Level Psychology to confident, passionate and kind girls determined to achieve the highest standards. You will be joining a dynamic, creative and friendly environment where a tailored and individual teaching style is encouraged.
As Teacher of Psychology, you will share your expertise and enthusiasm of the subject, offering support to the learning of individual students and contributing to the school’s pastoral system. The role is available on a part time basis, however, for the right candidate there may be the possibility for more hours as we look to introduce A Level Sociology in the future although this is not an essential requirement.
Applications are welcomed from recent graduates, experienced teachers (either within the profession or looking to return), FE or HE lecturers or industry professionals able to demonstrate a strong aptitude for teaching Psychology at A Level (a willingness to gain Qualified Teaching Status, if not already gained, is essential).
Why join Brighton Girls?
As a founding school of the Girls’ Day School Trust, Brighton Girls has a significance in the history of girls’ education. Located in the heart of the city of Brighton; we are as eclectic, enterprising, and creative as the city itself. Our girls are bright and independent: they are resilient and not afraid to take risks; they have strong social consciences and enjoy learning.
As part of the Girls’ Day School Trust, our staff benefit from our 140-year history of excellence and innovation in girls’ education, with many opportunities to share ideas and best practice with colleagues across the network. They have access to an extensive central training and professional development programme to complement school-based INSET, and also funding grants for individual courses of study.
For further details about this opportunity and to apply please click the apply button.
The closing date for applications is 9am on 28th April 2021.
We reserve the right to close the job prior to the closing date, therefore early applications are recommended.
The GDST is committed to diversity, inclusion and real change: a family where every individual is valued, respected and included. We are committed to the safeguarding of children and child protection screening will apply to this post.