Annual Salary: £32,157 - £45,800
Start Date: 01 September 2023
Contract Type: Part-time
Contract Duration: Permanent
Reeson Education are supporting an award-winning Independent School based in Central London who require a Psychology Teacher on a part-time basis from September 2023. This school is a busy co-educational school for students aged 14-19 and is situated in the heart of London overlooking Westminster and the River Thames
The School - Psychology Teacher - Independent Secondary School - Lambeth - September 2023
This multi award-winning Independent School is a unique 21st century 14-19 co-ed boarding and day school, situated on the Southbank opposite the Palace of Westminster, and is one of the most modern and well-equipped schools in the UK.
Students from over fifty different nationalities have the chance to learn in the school's state-of-the-art classrooms, studios, and laboratories, and get the chance to visit world-class museums, galleries and theatres in one of the most exciting cities in the world.
The Role - Psychology Teacher - Independent Secondary School - Lambeth - September 2023
The Principal is looking to invite exceptional and enthusiastic Psychology graduates with vision and expertise to support the college's dynamic Psychology Department. The role has arisen due to growing student numbers and the popularity of the subject. The position will start in September 2023. This is an exciting opportunity for an innovative and creative teacher who is looking to support the Psychology Department in planning and delivering the curriculum, and for monitoring the progress of students.
Job Description - Psychology Teacher - Independent Secondary School - Lambeth - September 2023
The Psychology teacher will be responsible for providing a friendly, stimulating, and inclusive environment in which every student can develop academically, socially and personally. With the guidance of the Head of Department, the Psychology Teacher will complete the timely delivery of the subject syllabus, using a variety of teaching strategies to engage and challenge all students and meet their needs.
The Teacher of Psychology is responsible for their students' academic progress in the subject and must:
- Ensure that students are taught in line with the most up to date examination specification.
- Adhere to the departmental schemes of work.
- Keep records ofthestudents' attendance in lessons via SIMS.
- Follow the guidelines for high quality teaching as defined in the Staff Handbook
- Setting, marking, and assessing work as stated in the staff handbook
- Use of resources; checking of student files; learning support; use of ICT; health and safety procedures
- Classroom management as defined in the school's classroom management and behaviour policy.
- Attend in-service training and classroom observation plus feedback sessions as requested by the Head of Department.
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