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About the role

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic Teacher to join our successful Business Studies and Economics Team. The successful applicant will be an excellent classroom practitioner.

The successful candidate will be resilient and enjoy working in a lively environment. They will
be keen to contribute to the excellent resource bank we have, take part in the organisation and
running of extra-curricular activities and of educational visits.  They must be able to teach
Economics at A Level. They should have strong interpersonal and communications skills.

In return we offer the opportunity to work in a friendly, vibrant , successful and forward-thinking Department.

Key Information

  • Application Deadline: 8am Monday 10 February 2020
  • Interviews: Friday 14 February 2020
  • Starting Date: September 2020
  • Full or Part Time: Full or part time
  • Pay Range: Main Pay Scale up to Upper Pay Scale

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Teacher of Economics (full or part time)

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How to Apply

To apply for this post, please complete the application form and submit a letter supporting your application to Mrs Sharon Cromie, Headteacher. In your letter you should:
1. State your reasons for applying for this post
2. Outline the experiences that you believe have prepared you for this post
3. Describe the skills and strengths that you will bring to the school, paying particular attention to the person specification in the job booklet.


About the Person

Good honours degree in a relevant subject 
◊ Qualified Teacher Status 
◊ Very good practitioner – consistently rated as good and often outstanding in the classroom
◊ Excellent subject knowledge
◊ Familiar with current subject developments
◊ Keen to be involved in curriculum development
◊ Committed to the ethos of Wycombe High School
◊ Ambitious for self, department and students
◊ An ability to enthuse students and colleagues
◊ Able to work in a fast-paced and ambitious environment
◊ Confident user of ICT to enhance teaching and learning
◊ Recent relevant professional development 
◊ Evidence of good relationships with young people and adults
◊ Excellent communication skills
◊ Able to work calmly and effectively under pressure
◊ A shared approach to problem-solving and achieving goals
◊ Ability to analyse data effectively
◊ Strong organisational, personal time-management and planning skills