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Computer Science Teacher Needed - September 2019

Leicester

Job Description

Protocol Education are currently recruiting or a Computer Science Teacher. The school is a high achieving school, which has an excellent academic as well as pastoral record. They place the utmost importance on nurturing their students in a holistic manner to be the best they can whatever their chosen specialization may be in the future.

Closing date: 18th August 2019
Start date: 2nd September 2019

Working hours: For Full-Time, 08.00 am -16:00 pm Monday to Friday with a lunch break plus preparation, meetings and school events outside of these hours, as required.

Job Description
Strategic Direction and Development of Computer Science
Developing high quality, an innovative programme of study for Computer Science at KS3 and KS4 and KS3 Mathematics
Maintain an interest in and knowledge of a variety of fields of technology from mobile to programming, robotics, web design, cloud storage, animation, and virtual reality.
Keep abreast of technological developments, commentary and trends making adjustments to the curriculum as necessary to ensure the subject remains at the forefront of innovation.
Have a willingness to share knowledge and tech discoveries, promote the significance of technology with other members of the teaching staff in the school.
Establishing and maintaining policies and practices which promote high achievement through effective teaching and learning.
Creating an environment where students and staff develop and maintain positive attitudes toward teaching and learning.
Using data effectively to monitor and evaluate student progress; planning and implementing an effective intervention to support all students to achieve highly.
Analyzing national, local and Academy data, research and inspection findings to inform curriculum area policies and practices, expectations, and teaching methodologies.

To apply for this position please email your cv to shannon.armstrong@protocol-education or call the office on 0116 216 2166.
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