We are currently recruiting a Drama teacher to cover a sickness from March 2019 ongoing until July 2019
Our client school are an outstanding school in North Manchester where behaviour is exemplary, SLT are strong and supportive and results are excellent.
Do you want to teach the next generation of budding thespians? Well, you're in the right place!
As the drama teacher, you will be responsible for guiding school students through some of the most important stages of their education, including their GCSEs and A-levels.
The majority of your time will be spent preparing lesson plans and teaching pupils in accordance with the national curriculum. However, teaching drama will give you license to use creative, interactive and engaging teaching methods, such as games, role-play, storytelling, hot seating and tableaux.
A drama teacher's role, however, isn't just about playing games and directing end-of-term plays. Drama courses do also involve written work from time to time. Indeed, you'll also be responsible for marking students' work and providing them with the necessary feedback, criticism, encouragement and support.
You'll also be responsible for:
Planning and delivering high quality lessons
Helping students prepare for crucial examinations and directing final performances, which will be watched and assessed by an external moderator.
Getting the opportunity to take part in events and projects outside of the classroom, such as taking pupils on theatre trips.
The essential criteria for this position is:
- UK Qualified Teacher Status (or equivalent)
- A degree in a relevant subject
- A passion for Drama and a desire to ensure every student is supported in their learning
To express interest, please submit a CV to Manchester@ednetwork.co.uk
This post is located in Trafford and is commutable from across the Greater Manchester area and M56 but particularly: Oldham, Rochdale, Tameside, Bury
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