You had the dream again last night. You're looking at a classroom of politely seated students. Hands folded on their desks, they eagerly await your lesson. You let the silent suspense endure for a beat too long. Then, suddenly, you wow them with a single remark comparing Kendrick Lamar to Shakespeare.
Later, when you review their work, you apply the school's time-effective and common-sense marking policy. You finish with more than enough time to enjoy a glass of red and the cheeky weekly takeaway your TLR comfortably afford you.
You awaken, drenched in sweat. The blood-red moon illuminates the mountain of student work awaiting its third round of marking.
It doesn't have to be this way. I'm working with a successful, 'Good' school in South London that will make your dreams come true. They apply a common sense approach to marking policies. Their behaviour policy is unchanging, consistently applied, and effective. Most students come to class ready to learn. They prioritise staff and student well-being over Ofsted criteria.
If you're an English teacher considering a new role in September or January, please get in touch.
- Preferably, a good subject relevant degree
- A creative, inspiring approach to English
NQTs are welcome to apply.
Pulse is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.