Art/ Photography Teacher
Grade A Recruitment is delighted to offer an exceptional opportunity for an experienced Art/Photography Teacher to join a brilliant secondary school in Norfolk. This school has been consistently rated "outstanding" by Ofsted, and its commitment to improving teaching quality has led to a reputation for excellence in education. As an Art/Photography Teacher, you will be responsible for delivering high-quality lessons to Key Stages 3 and 4, fostering an inclusive learning environment, and nurturing students' creativity and technical skills.
Your passion for art/photography and creative teaching will be essential as you inspire and support students in their artistic journey. You will create a stimulating classroom environment that encourages self-expression and skill development.
Responsibilities of an Art/Photography Teacher:
* As an Art/ Photography Teacher, you will deliver high quality lessons that align with the curriculum and inspire creativity.
* Create an inclusive and engaging learning environment that promotes artistic expression.
* Assess and provide constructive feedback to guide students toward their full potential.
* Foster strong classroom management and communication skills to support effective teaching of art/photography.
* Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).
* Experience teaching Art and Photography at Key Stages 3 and 4.
* Enthusiasm for art/photography, and creative teaching.
Benefits of being an Art/Photography Teacher:
* Join an "outstanding" Ofsted-rated school known for its commitment to excellence.
* Contribute to a school that values quality teaching and continuous improvement.
* Make a positive impact on students' artistic and technical skills.
* Collaborate with a supportive teaching community.
What can Grade A offer you:
* Excellent rates of pay.
* £50 refer a friend scheme.
* Free CPD courses.
* Teacher social events.
* An experienced and committed consultant to assist you with your recruitment process.
Grade A Recruitment is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of young people. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced criminal records check (DBS)