Drama Teacher

10th November 2022
Rossendale, Lancashire
Job Type
Pay Rate
£130-£165 per day


Rotherwood Teachers are currently recruiting a Drama Teacher to join a dynamic Performing Arts department within a well-established, forward thinking high school in Accrington. The role is full-time and starting as soon as possible.

This role provides the successful candidate with the opportunity to join a team of experienced and highly supportive teachers working in a well-resourced department.

As a full-time Drama Teacher, the applicant will be expected to take part in any necessary activities/ duties of a permanent member of staff such as planning and marking but also be passionate about their subject and able to inspire and motivate students to their full potential.

The successful Drama Teacher will:

  • Holding a valid teaching qualification such as PGCEQTS or QTLS.
  • Have previous experience teaching GCSE Drama
  • Be an excellent, inspirational teacher with strong classroom management
  • Possess a passion for the subject, teaching and pupil development
  • Provide details of last 2 latest references, covering the last 5 years’ work history
  • Possess a current DBS check or be prepared to apply for one as part of your registration
  • Be committed to the safeguarding of children and young people
  • Be willing to complete a face-to-face registration and satisfy several checks

If this Computer Drama position is of interest or you would like to know more, please apply or contact Megan Coop at Rotherwood Teachers.

This post is being advertised on behalf of Rotherwood Teachers who is acting as an employment agency.

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